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Discerning the Signs of the Times: Crossing Borders – G190642

Workshop ID: G190642
Dates: June 23 - June 29
Price: $525.00 - $1,235.00

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This workshop has been cancelled. Please select another Ghost Ranch spirituality workshop. Also, look for this offering again in 202o. Indeed we live as humans beings, but we do not wage war according to human standards; for the weapons of our warfare are not merely human, but they have divine power to destroy strongholds.” II Corinthians 10: 3-4 / NRSV

In this time of deep polarization and pain in our country, people of faith and goodwill long to find ways to connect across barriers of exclusion and oppression. These barriers show up in the strongholds of racism, xenophobia, white supremacy and environmental abuse. As they intersect with one another, they augment each other’s destructive power. Overcoming these strongholds requires breaching the divisions upon which they thrive.

When people hear one another’s stories, divisions dissolve.

Stories trigger compassion, commitment, and community. They allow connection to happen. This week at Ghost Ranch will be an intersectional story event in which we will:

  • Learn and practice listening and dialogue skills that build relationships across boundaries to support healing divisions in church and culture.
  • Experience a Feast Day at Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo (formerly the San Juan Pueblo).
  • Explore these intersections through worship, storytelling, the arts and the powerful landscape of Ghost Ranch.

 

Package Price
All Inclusive, Double Occupancy: Private Bath$1,235.00
All Inclusive, Double Occupancy: Shared Bath$1,175.00
All Inclusive, Double Occupancy: Communal Bath$950.00
Camping RV$675.00
Camping w/Electricity$635.00
Camping$620.00
Commuter$620.00
Rio Arriba Commuter$525.00
Denise Anderson

Denise Anderson is the Coordinator for Racial and Intercultural Justice at the Presbyterian Mission Agency. A writer and pastor who has served multiracial and intercultural churches in the Washington area, Denise is also known as one of the



Alonzo Johnson

Rev. Dr. Alonzo Johnson is the Coordinator for the Self-Development of People Program (SDOP) of the Presbyterian Church (USA). SDOP partners in the development and empowerment of economically poor, oppressed and disadvantaged community groups seeking to



Laurie Ann Kraus

The Rev. Dr. Laurie Ann Kraus directs Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, the national and international response agency for the Presbyterian Church (USA), and an associate director for the ministries of Compassion, Peace and Justice in the



Sara Pottschmidt Lisherness

Sara Pottschmidt Lisherness is the Director of the Compassion, Peace and Justice Ministry area of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) This ministry area includes poverty and hunger alleviation, disaster response, development, peacemaking, faith-based investing and corporate



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