Abundant Aging Workshop
July 14 - July 15
Abundant Aging … Grow Whole…not Old!
Are you living the abundant life that Jesus promised? If you are in, or about to enter the “second half of life,” please join us for a retreat to explore how you might claim your rightful place among the “new elders.” Inspired Christians regard the second half of life as a gift, in which they are invited to grow “whole–not old.”
This practical retreat will show you a new model for living this time in your life with vitality, intentionality, and joy, so that you will live your life on purpose and leave the legacy you choose. Through inspiring stories and thought-provoking exercises, we will explore four important questions for our journey:
Who am I? – Where do I belong? – What do I care about? – What is my purpose?
When: July 14, 8:15 am – 4:30 pm; July 15, 10:15 am – noon
Where: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 1200 N Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719 (520) 327-6521 Held in the Koch Chapel/Patio Room; Activity Building
Register: Email RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org DEADLINE is JULY 5 – Register today!
Instructors: Rev. Richard Andersen is a Vietnam veteran, a graduate of the University of Minnesota and Luther Seminary. He had successful careers as a founder of the ARC Retreat Community, Minnesota pastor, Thrivent Financial representative, and Executive Director of St. Andrew’s Foundation. Prior to accepting the call to serve as Executive Director of Spirit in the Desert Retreat Center, he served at Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota as Director of Congregational Relations and Senior Gift Officer.
Rev. Andersen will be joined by Glenn Schrader and Nick De Los Reyes, both are recent graduates of Tucson’s Hesychia School for Spiritual Direction. This retreat is based on the book, “Claiming Your Place at the Fire: Living the Second Half of Your Life on Purpose” by Richard Leider and David Shapiro.
*A free-will donation of $5 will help to cover food costs.