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Ladies Spring Tea

May 4 @ 9:45 am - 12:00 pm


What if we saw generations as cultures, not just older and younger “versions” of the same group? What sets each group apart; what are their key values, beliefs, and worldviews? How could we learn to better understand, love, and serve people who are different than us, walking alongside one another in harmony?

Betsy Nesbit (Ph.D.) from Denver Seminary will be joining us to share from her vast experience on the subject. She is a professor, speaker and has co-authored “Effective Generational Ministry” with Dr. Craig Blomberg. Join us as we learn together and share in conversations while enjoying light finger food and sipping tea. Feel free to don your favorite spring tea dress or keep things casual. Either way, plan to join us and bring a friend or two and come ready to gain appreciation, understanding and some new friends. Cost is $12. Register by April 28

Questions? Contact Lynda Goorabian at LGoorabian@GraceChapel.org.

About the Speaker: Dr. Elisabeth (Betsy) Nesbit has spent over 10 years as a researcher, consultant, speaker, writer, counselor, and educator. Dr. Nesbit received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision from the University of Arkansas, her MA in Community Counseling from Denver Seminary, and her BA in Interpersonal Communication from the University of Northern Iowa. Betsy has co-authored a book titled, “Effective Generational Ministry” with Dr. Craig Blomberg, and another with Drs. Heather & Fred Gingrich titled, “Skills for Effective Counseling.” Betsy is currently an Associate Professor of Counseling and the Co-Chair of the Counseling Division at Denver Seminary and a Licensed Professional Counselor. Additionally, Betsy is active at Waterstone Community Church.


May 4
9:45 am - 12:00 pm
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