Webinar: Pilgrims in a Post-Modern World, January 14

the dome of the rock in JerusalemI’m leading a webinar on Tuesday, January 14, from 4:00-5:30.

Pilgrims in a Post-Modern World.

This 90-minute webinar is presented by Presbyterian Outlook.  Registration is open now. The webinar is intended for church leaders who want to ignite a passion for pilgrimage. Non-Presbyterians are welcome! This webinar is intended for leaders who:

~ Hope to go on a pilgrimage in 2014 or beyond — perhaps a sabbatical.

~ Want to cultivate interest in the subject of pilgrimage — perhaps hoping to bring others along on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land or elsewhere.

~ Wonder what this ancient spiritual discipline can offer to our post-modern world, and would like to preach or teach about this subject.

If you’re curious about the subject of pilgrimage, this webinar is for you!

In case you’ve never done a webinar before, here’s what to expect: a live online educational seminar that’s interactive, meaning that participants can submit comments and questions and receive responses during the session.

All you need is access to a computer and the internet. Up to 6 people can participate for one fee, so this is a great resource if your key leaders are discerning next steps with you, or you’d like to use it for a class.

If you aren’t available during the time-slot, you can replay the segment from the web whenever you desire. (You also have the option of ordering a DVD if you’d rather not depend on the web when showing the webinar to a group.)

Check out the info at Presbyterian Outlook to register. Feel free to contact me or Jack Haberer if you have any questions.

I look forward to seeing you online!

About Ruth Everhart

I'm a Presbyterian minister and my faith has brought me to unexpected places. If you're curious about what it's like to go on pilgrimage to Israel/Palestine, I invite you to read my book "Chasing the Divine in the Holy Land."
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