|Christian has gotten quite comfortable here in Winston-Salem|
We are celebrating our first month together!
|Some might say too comfortable!|
ROUND TABLE was pretty special. It was hosted by the trio of Morgan Bonds, Kate Donahoo, and Ashley Trewhella from last year's Fellows class. JP Flynn also came to visit as well as Abby Holdsworth's brother and his girlfriend from Wilmington.
My new friend Madison who also goes to UNCW has called their two going on three weeks out of school as a "hurrication" I think that is hilarious.
All that to say - we had a lot of fun eating, laughing, worshipping, and praying together Monday night.
|We hold hands in the Fellows|
LEADER LUNCH was also a special time led by Dr. Sanford Danziger, a new friend of mine. He has had multiple lives, including: working during the infancy of the Peace Corps, practicing as a shrink in California, serving on the faculty for the Center For Creative Leadership, and founding a consulting company called Totally Responsible Person (TRP). He has also been developing a new program that he and his compatriots call "Looking Forward." It is centered around asking questions and listening to the collective wisdom in the room.
|Sanford doing his thing|
It begins with a simple question: "What is an experience I've had in life, and what did I learn from it?" The next thing you know, we are sharing these amazing stories with these amazing life lessons. I was absolutely blown away by the "wisdom in the room." Thank you Sanford!
|Sanford and the Fellows (Thank you Robinhood YMCA for providing space!)|
We started our coursework this week. Ben Milner kicked us off with some theological groundwork.
Clay Cooke then proceeded to show us that everything we thought we knew was wrong! Ha! Just kidding. However, Clay's course is certainly one of the most interesting, provocative classes I've ever experienced. thanks Clay!
|The view from the other side of 52|
Terrance Hawkins led us on a Freedom Ride Friday afternoon. What is a Freedom Ride you ask? It's a tour of Winston-Salem from a black person's perspective.
Speaking of provocative.
|Terrance helping us see a better way|
It was so eye opening. If you live in Winston-Salem, I recommend doing something like this - it will rock you.
Thank you Terrance!
YOU ARE INVITED!!!
The Winston-Salem Fellows are hosting our second annual START WELL Breakfast
At River Birch Lodge.
This is a great chance to meet and interact with the Fellows as well as learn about opportunities to get involved and support them.
If you want to come, please email email@example.com or call (336) 413-4918
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE
We have got bios up for all our Fellows at http://www.wsfellows.com/class-of-201819/
ALSO! Our application is up and open for 2019-20!!! holy moley!
I had the distinct privilege of getting to introduce Jenny Fulton at Rotary Club on Tuesday
Chanice read scripture at River Oaks this week.
Way to go Chanice!
We had the chance to celebrate the birthday of Waughtown Pediatrics
|Ellen, Ashley, and Lia|
|Nic and Ellen|
I also ran into Nic and Ellen while they were on a midday date on Monday. They are the hosts of Chanice. They also put me to shame with their midday dates on Mondays...you go guys!
We had a great board meeting on Wednesday. Christian and Abby came and shared about their experience thus far. We actually voted on something. It was exciting!
|Anna Rose is going places|
|She was also elected/selected captain for the JV Field Hockey team at Summit. Go Eagles!|
|the Deacs played valiantly, but you it's not easy to beat a team that has nuns praying for it|
|Hope Hoe Down|
We need support!
If you want to offer yours, write checks to
851 W. 5th St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
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We are anticipating another great week.
ROUND TABLE at the home of Chis and Virginia Perry
LEADER LUNCH at Nigel Alston - one of the best!
SAM AND EGGS fundraiser for the Samaritan Inn. We are helping to welcome guests and point them in the right direction
FORSYTH PROMISE Event on Thursday
CLASSES with Ben and Clay
FIRST PRES FAMILY WEEKEND
Lia's family coming to town.
Wake v. Rice...
among other things.
We couldn't be more grateful that you have joined us on this journey. Thank you!
Keep sharing the story and spreading the love!