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Long-Term Change vs. the Check-Box Mentality

By Fred Oduyoye and Rick Lawrence

The most mature people we know (spiritually and otherwise) have paid the price and made the sacrifice to grow past their good intentions. And, let’s not fool ourselves, our words are like the caboose on a train—what we say must always follow what we do, and our doing must overshadow our talking. This dynamic is also true about the church culture we’re growing. Mature organizational cultures are focused on follow-through. They never settle for checking the boxes on important challenges so they can quickly move on. Instead, they’re focused and invested in long-term change.

Join Reachable Reconciliation Founder Fred Oduyoye and Vibrant Faith Executive Director Rick Lawrence for a short-but-upending conversation about investing in your maturity—personally and organizationally.

Learn the skills of reconciling relationships when you journey with Fred as your coach in a Reachable Reconciliation Cohort

Fred Oduyoye will use his expertise to help you engage in the hard work of reconciliation.

The Cohort includes:

– 5 live online training sessions (90 minute) each month with your facilitator Fred Oduyoye
– Additional materials, assignments, and resources sent to your cohort between sessions
– A private online community to share in discussion, ideas, and connection

Get the full details and fill out the interest form here!

Or contact Fred directly at: foduyoye@vibrantfaith.org

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