Advent: Waiting For Jesus

Do you find waiting hard? Advent is the season of waiting for the birth of Christ. Don’t miss what God has for you this month. This workshop equips you to “scale the wall of waiting” and encounter Christ this Advent. Your soul will thank you for this workshop.

$20.00 $10.00

Advent: Waiting For Jesus

Advent: Waiting For Jesus

Presented by Spiritual Director Lane M. Arnold

Do you find waiting hard? As my niece said, "I just want to know what will happen, then I can wait." Advent is a season of waiting for the birth of Christ and the beginning of the Church Year. In this workshop, you will be introduced to the role of the Church Year, the role of waiting in spiritual formation, and how to wait. Lane introduces six handholds to "scale the wall of waiting" and offers multiple examples and resources for each of the six handholds.  Amy compared this presentation to a buffet table that Lane has set for your soul. As a teaser, in the section on scripture, you will be given six scriptures and questions to meditate on. "Waiting patiently in expectation is the foundation of the spiritual life," said Simone Weil. Your soul will thank you for this workshop.

Lane's Bio:

Lane Arnold delights in the creative invitations of the wild, winsome, and wondrous Good Father, Lover Jesus, and Holy Spirit. She passionately pursues prayerfulness for herself, her family, her friends, and for her directees and those she coaches. She loves heart transformation and intimacy with God.

With the heart of a teacher, the sassy delight of a child, the lament of one who has known suffering, and the joy of an encourager, Lane dances with Jesus.

Her certificate in Christian Formation and Soul Care from Denver Seminary and a master's in education complement her gift of listening deeply to the story of folks’ lives.

You can find her twirling in the kitchen, on a joy hunt at the beach, frolicking with words, exploring colors, creating quilts, or messing around with paints, and, whenever possible, laughing long and often with her grandchildren, children, and high-school-sweetheart husband.

She’s yet to turn down dark chocolate, ripe raspberries, fresh-churned ice cream, the beauty of a violin serenade, sunrises sashaying to ocean breezes, a well-worn book of poetry, a story worth reading more than once, and antics that make her very-grown children shake their heads.

For a free inquiry call about spiritual direction or life coaching with Lane, contact her at lanemathisarnold@gmail.com. For more of her writings on Advent and other themes,  or any other information, come on over to lanemarnold.com.

$20.00 $10.00

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Can I pause my workshop?
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How long is a workshop?
They tend to run between 45 and 55 minutes. We want you to get your money’s worth without being overloaded.
What is the “notes” feature
I don’t know about you, but I have notes written in this notebook, or on that piece of paper, or on a handout . . . that I either I can’t find, or forget about. We want you to be able to have all of your notes in one place that you can easily access. Every workshop will have a “notes” button below the video, click on it and a notebook will open up on the right-hand side. You may take notes as you listen to the workshop. When you are finished, click save” and your notes will be saved in the “Notes” section of your My Trellis. You may also print or download your notes. At any time you can edit, add to, or delete from your notes. We have formatted your notes so that when you download them they look nice and you shouldn’t need to reformat.
How much does a workshop cost?
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Who can participate?
All are welcome! While the Workshop is crafted especially for people who are serving overseas or plan to serve overseas, many of the workshops will offer something to anyone with an interest in Christian cross-cultural work. If you purchase a workshop, it is intended for you and one other (a spouse if married, or teammate if single). Many workshops will be beneficial for a team to watch and discuss together. On the honor system, please purchase the appropriate amount or contact Amy for a group discount. Amy@globaltrellis.com.
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What if I am a more sensitive area of the world?
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