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Nadia Weber

A one day formation event for leaders of all ages who will influence othersPastrix
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MARCH 22, 2014
9:00am – 2:30pm

For: Students, Adults, Pastors, Church Leaders and anyone who wants to ponder this question:

“SO WHAT does it mean to be marked with the cross of Christ forever?”

This is a day set aside during Lent to wonder about the influence of the cross in our lives and our own call to bear that influence into the world. What does it mean to influence?

About Our Speakerpathway
Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber is the founding pastor of House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver, Colorado. She is the author of Pastrix: the Cranky, Beautiful Faith of a Sinner & Saint (Jericho 2013), Salvation on the Small Screen? 24 Hours of Christian Television (Seabury 2008) and blogs at www.sarcasticlutheran.com and Jim Wallis’ www.Godspolitics.com. Her writings can be found in The Christian Century , The Lutheran Magazine and Patheos.com.

“Nadia Bolz-Weber has probably done more than any other pastor in recent times to poke therapeutic fun at the misdemeanors and flaws of overly-churched Christianity and Christians. The passion behind her words, however, is as deeply pastoral as it is God-drenched and liberating….thus the affection as well as the respect that attend her and her work wherever she goes.” – Phyllis Tickle author of “The Great Emergence”

Location: Messiah Lutheran Church, Cypress, Texas
Registration Deadline: March 7 or until space is filled
Cost: $60 Adults / $25 Students (Includes lunch)
20% Discount for any group of 5 from one congregation or family

Registration open now at waytolead.org or call 832-299-LEAD (5323)


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