A Zoom gathering for Perennial Gen readers and friends
DATE: Saturday, January 15, 2022
TIME: 11 AM–1 PM
Women in the second half of life have gained wisdom, experience, and courage – and have an essential role to play in this time of change and challenge in the church.
We’ll gather for a lively two-hour seminar featuring a mix of wise, courageous Perennial Gen contributors who will name the challenges and offer practical insight as to how to be a faithful voice of change, healing, and renewal in the body of Christ. Keynotes, a panel discussion, and a lively Q and A with those in attendance. Those who register will receive workshop handouts, a resource lists, plus access to the recording that they can share with other women of valor in their local church community to keep the conversation going.
Dorothy Littell Greco is the author of Making Marriage Beautiful: Lifelong Love, Joy, and Intimacy Start With You and and Marriage in the Middle: Embracing Midlife Challenges, Surprises, and Joys: When she’s not writing or making photos, she loves to kayak and hike with her husband. You can find more of Dorothy’s work on her website. Follow Dorothy on Substack and on Instagram.
Michelle Van Loon is the co-founder of ThePerennialGen and the author of 7 books including Becoming Sage: Cultivating Maturity, Purpose, and Spirituality in Midlife and the upcoming Translating Your Past: Finding Meaning in Family Ancestry, Genetic Clues, and Generational Trauma. Visit Michelle’s website, and find her on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Carlene Hill Byron was a NAMI family educator for 8 years and spoke at the NAMI-NC state conference about effective suicide prevention models. Her writing on faith and mental illness has appeared on The Mighty, Mad In America, and Yahoo! Life, as well as her blog The Church and Mental Illness. Her book on the role churches play in promoting good mental health, Not Quite Fine: Mental Health, Faith, and Showing Up for Each Other released in October, 2021. .
PerGen regular contributor Rachel Campbell is from the UK; she is married to New Zealander Grant and they have three children. She recently completed an MA in Theology from Nazarene Theological College, University of Manchester, England. Rachel believes God’s gift of life in all its fullness is found in family, friendships, community, and God’s wonderful Word and world. She tweets here and can be found on Instagram. .
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“A woman of valor, who can find?” (Proverbs 31:10)