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The Changing Church Webinar Series

Cultivating Generosity:  Emerging Practices II - Creative Models
"Emerging Practices II - Creative Models

Time:              Thursday, August 19th,  11am EST/10 CST
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1. Elizabeth Lynn has founded and led several programs designed to expand moral imagination for civic leadership, including the Center for Civic Reflection. Through her writings and creative leadership she has contributed to contemporary understandings of philanthropy and the humanities in American life. Elizabeth currently directs Shifting Ground, a Lake Institute initiative focused on deepening conversation about the changing landscape of faith, philanthropy, and community. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.  Education includes:  a Ph.D., Religion and Literature, The University of Chicago, a M.A., Religious Studies, The University of Chicago, and a B.A., American Civilization, Brown University.  You can reach her at:

2. Jason Edwards is the Senior Pastor of Second Baptist Liberty, Missouri.  He joined the staff in 2009 after a Pastoral Residency program in Dallas, Texas. Before that, he and his wife Christy and served overseas among immigrants and refugees, first in France, then in Thailand. He also served as both a youth and a campus minister. He grew up in rural northeast Texas and earned degrees from East Baptist University (B.A. in Religion and English), Baylor University’s Truett Seminary (M.Div.), and Fuller Theological Seminary (D.Min.)  You can reach him at:

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The Changing Church Webinar Series 2021

The Center for Healthy ChurchesThe Church Network, The Presbyterian FoundationBaptist News GlobalTruett Seminary, Pneumatrix, The Lake InstituteMinistering to MinistersGardner-Webb University, and the Charlie Curb Center for Faith Leadership at Belmont University, and the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving are offering weekly webinars to help equip ministers and the congregations they serve to respond to the growing challenges of a changing world. For more information please visit our website.

WHEN: Thursdays 11 AM EST (approximately 40 minutes)
WHERE: Zoom (;
WHO: Ministers in local congregations
WHAT: Content will focus on responding and adapting to the practical needs of churches and ministers in the 21st Century.
COST: Free

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