Using Genesis 1-3, Carey and Gannon Sims create space for listening as we seek to hear God’s voice and put it into practice. This resource is free for you to download from 11/27 to 12/3.
You can download any of the individual talks from the Awakenings conference here, or just grab the whole bundle!
About the Resource
We are all created for deep intimacy with God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Like any relationship, intimacy takes time to develop and grow. Using Genesis 1-3, this session will create space for listening as we seek to hear God’s voice and put it into practice.
*This was an “encounter” session, designed to be more experiential in nature.
About Carey Sims
Carey serves as co-director of The Center for Faith and Leadership in Fredericksburg, Virginia where she’s developing the next generation of Christian leaders. Carey is passionate about pioneering fresh expressions of church in the local community and developing new economic models that lead to ministry sustainability. As a Co-Founder of the Good Turn Earth Company and as a licensed fitness instructor, she is particularly interested in the intersection of theology and economics and how the church can make local impact, proclaiming the gospel through innovation and enterprise. Carey earned a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and International Studies from Randolph-Macon College, a Master of Business Administration degree from Regent University and a Master of Divinity degree from Duke University. Carey loves long walks, making food and sharing intentional conversation around the table.
About Gannon Sims
Gannon is the Director of Ministry Formation for Fresh Expressions US and leads the Fresh Expressions efforts of the Baptist General Association of Virginia. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Baylor University and a Master of Divinity degree from Duke University. Prior to entering seminary, Gannon worked as a legislative aide in the U.S. Senate and as a public affairs officer in the anti-human trafficking office at the U.S. State Department. He enjoys forging partnerships between followers of Jesus from different traditions and has served in various roles at several churches, Baptist, Presbyterian, and Anglican. Gannon is married to Carey, who also is a graduate of Duke Divinity School. Together they work to reach the collegiate community at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
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