LA 2010: Speaker Themes – Shelley Trebesch
LA 2010 starts this coming Friday, November 5th and ends on Saturday November 6th. For a full list of the speakers and details about this UNconference, check out this LA 2010 post. Please RSVP for this event on our facebook event page. We have a seating capacity, so those who register on facebook will have first priority. Here is the topic Shelley Trebesch will be addressing.
Title: Deep Listening in a Distracted World
Talk in a Sentence: Our societal values push us to “do” more and presumably, we can do more, but…
Talk in a Paragraph: Much of Western discipleship focuses on “doing” more. Presumably, given our technology and quest for efficiency, we can “do” more, but does this mean we become deeper followers of Jesus? In doing more, are we more present to the Presence in ourselves and others?
|Shelley Trebesch – is the assistant professor of leadership in the School of Intercultural Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary and recently moved to Pasadena from Singapore where she served as global director for Member Development for OMF International. In this role, she sought to enhance the effectiveness and potential of 1,400 OMF workers who serve in a variety of ministries including church planting, relief, development, and medical services. Beyond her work with Fuller, Trebesch teaches, leads, and consults in other organizational contexts locally and internationally. Among these are InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Frontiers, National Evangelical Christian Fellowship of Malaysia, Youth With A Mission (YWAM), Evangelical Association of Chinese Churches, Urbana, Oasis International, Children’s Hunger Fund, Prison Fellowship International, Pioneers International, and TEAM International.|