Faith Alive!, the six session opportunity to explore and grow in our understanding of God's call to us, and how we can answer that call, will be offered again starting in September, 2018 and concluding in April, 2020. Registration is now open for up to 20 persons who are interested in learning more about how our personal stories interweave with God's story and how we can integrate faith into our daily living.

Faculty persons over the six weekends of Faith Alive! include Bishop Hee-Soo Jung (Who Is God?), Rev. Dan Schwerin (What is My Story?), Rev. Paola Benecchi (Civility: Conflict Prevention and Resolution), Rev. M. Barclay (The Gospel's Call to Justice and Inclusivity), Rev. Rich Rubietta (Making Personal Passion Matter) and Richard Bruxvoort Colligan (Celebrate Calling).

Participants are asked to be a part of all six weekends (September 2018, January, April and September 2019, and January and April 2020) and they will receive a book to read before each session. All participants stay at Mt. Morris Conference and Retreat Center in central Wisconsin where they can unplug from the outside world, and connect with God in a pristine 200 acres of trees and natural prairie. The cost is $225 per weekend.

For more information, click here. You can also read testimonials from people who have previously attended Faith Alive in this YouTube video.