“Of all weapons, love is the most deadly and devastating, and few there be who dare trust their fate in its hands.”
― Howard Thurman
Mission: What are we seeking to Achieve?
Our mission is to help students:
Identify and develop their natural abilities to affect positive change in their environment - POWER.
Develop a motive of love for their actions and public leadership - LOVE.
Develop critical thinking skills and the ability to respond confidently to cultural realities and issues - SOUND MIND.
Strategy: How will we accomplish our Mission?
The strategy for achieving our missional objective is to facilitate immersion experiences and gatherings for robust and intentional dialogue around topics related to:
Throughout the school year, we meet twice a month for a time of Intentional Dialogue (ID). During "ID" gatherings, a facilitator initiates the dialogue with a premise, a summation, or scenario related to Faith, Culture, and/or Leadership. Afterward's - time is given for participants to reflect and bottom-line their thoughts in preparation for an open discussion.
Itinerary for ID gatherings:
When: Sunday at 6 pm – 7:30 (Twice A Month)
Where: Western Theological Seminary (Maas Hall)
What to bring: Pen, Pad, and a readiness to engage.
*Food and/or snacks will be provided for every gathering*
Throughout the year, and especially during the summer, we will facilitate workshops, conferences, and immersion trips/experiences - Each with the intent of accomplishing our missional objectives.