Transforming Church: Exploring Incarnational Christianity

Program Description

A Biblically grounded, interactive, and practical program designed to provide participants with the principles, language, and experiential practice necessary to lead their congregations in exploring, practicing, and applying the principles of the incarnational way of Christian community described in Paradoxy: Creating Christian Community Beyond Us and Them, principles that will equip them to help their communities become strong, diverse, united, and capable of finding their way the future into which God’s Spirit is calling them.

Program Options

  • Working Conference (2-3 days • onsite)
  • Workshop (1-1½ days • onsite) 
  • Keynote Presentation (60 min • onsite)
  • Webinar (60 min • videoconference)

Program Cost

Varies based on length and context (onsite or videoconference) of the program. Work is guaranteed. Contact us for quote.


No conference before or since has had such a dramatic impact on our clergy of our diocese.
– The Rt. Rev. Todd Ousely • Bishop – Diocese of Eastern Michigan

A third way of being Christian going into the future.
– The Rev. Rob Skirving • Rector – St. John’s Episcopal Church

Led us to a lovely place that will continue to bear fruit in our common life.
The Rev. Canon John D. Betit • Canon to the Ordinary – Diocese of Long Island

2 thoughts on “Transforming Church: Exploring Incarnational Christianity

  1. FAO Ken Howard – I’ve just accepted your invitation to link via Linkedin. Don’t know VTS but in my time as a geologist I spent 3 months on sabbatical at the Smithsonian, and was a member of Falls Episcopal Church.

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