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Cultivating Sustainable Faith in College

Sat 11.10.18 @ 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM CST

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Cultivating spiritual practices that can withstand the transition from college life to working life is a challenge. But spiritual practices are an essential part of developing sustainable faith that serve to deepen your communion with God once you leave campus. Join Dr. Greg Thompson as he leads a roundtable discussion designed to equip students with tools to experience and sustain life with God. This event is presented by RUF (and hosted at Upper House), but open to students from any campus ministries.

Sponsored by: Upper House, Geneva Campus Church, Lake Trails Presbyterian Church, Resurrection Presbyterian Church, Providence Presbyterian Church, RUF at UW

Greg Thompson (B.A., The University of South Carolina, MDiv., Covenant Theological Seminary, MA, Ph.D., The University of Virginia) is the Director of Research and Strategy at Clayborn Reborn, an initiative restoring the historic Clayborn Temple in Memphis, TN. Before serving at Clayborn, Greg was the Senior Pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Charlottesville, VA, and CEO of Thriving Cities Group, a social impact consulting firm that aligns impact investors and entrepreneurs around shared data and a shared vision for human thriving in their city. Greg also served as Executive Director of New City Commons, an education and consulting firm that equips institutional leaders for the work of nurturing thriving communities, and was an Associate Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia, where he wrote his dissertation on Martin Luther King, Jr. and the American democratic imagination.



Sat 11.10.18
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM CST


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