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Discover how the story of your life connects with God’s story and learn ways to lead other people toward the same discovery.

Date: October 6-8, 2014

Begins Monday at 4:00 p.m. and ends Wednesday at noon

Location: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, McCord Community Center
100 East 27th Street, Austin, 78705

Cost:  $275 (meals included) 
(Contact beyondthewalls@austinseminary.edu.)

Recommended for: pastors, educators, people in leadership roles, and anyone searching for ways to build connections with and among others

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Mark Yaconelli is an author (most recently Wonder, Fear, and Longing a Book of Prayers, Contemplative Youth Ministry), nationally known speaker, retreat leader, and the founder of The Hearth: Real Stories by Regular Folks.

What will a pastor learn from this event?

How to tell your story and how to lead storytelling events in your community. Telling stories in public builds relationships.

We have done 3 public storytelling events over the last year. One of our Humble Walk parishioners left last spring to go off to seminary in South Carolina. Last night, he led an event in the bar--Beer and Hymns. It was a first for that community and that bar. It's a fairly conservative area--and was such a big deal they made it on the news. And they packed the room with 110 people. At the end of the event, he invited everyone back in two weeks for Beer and Stories--modeled after what we do at Humble Walk.

Wheeee!! It's so fun to see this get out of control.

Peace, Jodi

Mission Pastor at Humble Walk Lutheran Church 

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