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11-21-14 Colloquium: "The Spirit We Call Holy"

Leadership Transformations, Inc. (LTI)

Friday, November 21, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EST)

11-21-14 Colloquium: "The Spirit We Call Holy"

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Standard Registration
Standard Registration. Lunch is included. Space limited to the first 30 registrants.
Ended $49.00 $0.00
GCTS Student/Staff (or spouse) - Standard
Must be a current GCTS student or staff (or spouse). Lunch is included. Space limited to the first 30 registrants.
Ended $45.00 $0.00

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In this Colloquium we will explore the role of the primary agent in Spiritual Formation.  The Holy Spirit is not always clearly articulated or acknowledged.  We will consider the biblical witness to the work and activity of the Holy Spirit both in the world and in regenerate hearts.  There will also be dialog around the subject of discerning the Spirit’s presence and work.

Lunch will be provided. MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE (no walk-ins).  Maximum registration for each Colloquium is limited to 30 participants.  Please email Trish@ltinc.org with any special dietary requests.

Colloquium Facilitators:

Facilitators

Steve Macchia is the founder and president of Leadership Transformations as well as Director of the Pierce Center for Disciple-Building at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also serves on the teaching team in the Doctor of Ministry department. Steve is a pastoral teacher, conference speaker, ministry leader, retreat facilitator, ministry mentor/coach, and spiritual director.  He's also the author of several books, including Crafting a Rule of Life (InterVarsity Press), Becoming A Healthy Church (Baker Books), Becoming A Healthy Church Workbook (Baker Books), Becoming A Healthy Disciple (LTI Publication), Becoming A Healthy Disciple: Small Group Study and Worship Guide (LTI Publication), Becoming A Healthy Team (LTI Publication), Exercises for Becoming A Healthy Team (LTI Publication), Wellspring (LTI Publication), and Path of a Beloved Disciple (LTI Publication). He resides in Lexington, MA with his wife Ruth and is the proud father of two children, Nathan and Rebekah.

In his role as minister of spiritual formation, Jeremy Stefano offers spiritual direction, leads retreats, teaches classes in spiritual formation and serves as Senior Faculty in the Selah Spiritual Direction program. The heartbeat of Jeremy’s calling is to encourage Christian leaders in the cultivation of their relationship with God. He has served churches as local pastor, interim pastor and as a visiting Bible teacher in Southern Africa and North America. He and Bethany, his wife of 27 years, have been blessed with eight children and make their home in Massachusetts. He has a Licentiate in Theology from the Cape Town Baptist Seminary in South Africa, a Masters of Christian Studies from Regent College in Canada and a D.Min. in Leadership & Spiritual Formation from George Fox Evangelical Seminary in Portland, OR.

Have questions about 11-21-14 Colloquium: "The Spirit We Call Holy"? Contact Leadership Transformations, Inc. (LTI)

When & Where


Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
130 Essex Street
South Hamilton, MA 01982

Friday, November 21, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EST)


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Leadership Transformations, Inc. (LTI)

At LTI, we seek to increase the "attentiveness quotient" within individuals and teams – helping them to become more aware of God's presence and direction as He forms them more into the likeness of His son Jesus, gives them discernment for the path ahead, and renews their strength as only He can. In all that we offer, our mission is to cultivate vibrant spirituality and attentive discernment in Christian leaders and their teams.    

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