"Navigating the Rapids: Finding Hope in Changing Times"
Louise Arner Boyd (1887-1972) was an American explorer and writer. She led expeditions to Greenland and was the first woman to fly over the North Pole. She gained international notoriety for her exploits, hunting and intrepid nature. She was dubbed by newspapers around the world, as “The Girl Who Tamed the Arctic”.It is with the spirit of her statement “The real work of an expedition begins when you return” that we gather for this conference.“Navigating the Rapids” was originally scheduled as an onsite conference focusing on the dynamics of challenge and change in our denominational and natural world. We offer to you in this revamped, focused, and online format an opportunity to respond to the uproar and responsibilities of leaders in communities of faith in an era of COVID-19 and rapid change in our economic, health and leadership worlds.Explorers and adventurers of every century have faced the reality of finding something on their journeys that was unexpected and demanded a response that was quick, thoughtful and undergirded in principles.
With this opporunity, please join the observation, challenge, and application along our current expedition and return by watching the recording!
Note: Due to copyright issues, Peter Steinke's segments could not be recorded.
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