Interactive workshop with Mark and Lisa Scandrette
- Friday, April 29, 6:30-9 p.m. Part 1
- Saturday, April 30, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Part 2
Location: International Baptist Church Berlin, Rothenburgstrasse 12a-13, 10623 Berlin-Steglitz (Click Here)
Imagine a life free of worry and anxiety.
What if we could find strength to go through any difficulty? What if we could learn to love… even our enemies?
Jesus said that a whole new way of life is possible for those who would follow his way. With the Beatitudes Jesus invites us to move beyond our first instincts to embrace the deeper reality of the kingdom of God— nine new postures for life that can change us and our world.
We’ve learned to live from a mentality of anxiety and greed, but what if this is a world of abundance? We’ve learned to live as if there is no option but despair, but what if solace and comfort are near? We’ve learned to live by striving, competing, and comparing, but what if we all have equal dignity and worth?
In this workshop/retreat we will explore the Beatitudes through group and individual exercises and practices.
Cost: 20€ per person – Registration includes coffee breaks, lunch on Saturday, and a copy of Mark’s latest book: The Ninefold Path of Jesus: Hidden Wisdom of the Beatitudes
Register at this link: CLICK HERE
Mark and Lisa Scandrette are cofounders of ReIMAGINE: A Center for Integral Christian Practice based in San Francisco.(www.reimagine.org). They lead an annual series of retreats, Learning Labs and projects designed to help participants apply spiritual wisdom to everyday life. Together they have written two books, Belonging and Becoming: Creating A Thriving Family Culture; and FREE: Spending Your Time and Money on What Matters Most. Lisa is an educator, care provider and a fabric artist. Mark teaches in the Doctoral program at Fuller seminary and is an internationally recognized trainer in practical Spiritual Formation. He is the author of several books including Practicing the Way of Jesus and The Ninefold Path of Jesus: Hidden Wisdom of the Beatitudes. (markscandrette.com)