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About The Workshop
Women often feel conflicted and inadequate as they survey their many roles, responsibilities and opportunities.
- Women may leave or re-enter the workforce due to caregiving needs or health.
- We may struggle with identity following the loss of a job, a husband, child or a dream.
- We may find it hard to reconcile family responsibilities with a job.
- We may feel insignificant in our current callings.
- We may feel discouraged when we compare our imagined life with our reality.
- We may feel empty after looking at the Instagram-perfect lives of other women.
Our Women and Vocation Workshop will outline several key principles of the biblical doctrine of vocation. These will provide a structure to help us live the individual lives God has called us to. Through teaching, discussion, and small group activities we will make what we’ve learned personal and build community. We’ll enjoy lunch together before re-entering our normal lives with renewed hope, understanding and purpose.
This is a workshop for women in all seasons of life, married or not, employed or not, mothers or not.
Presentation, Discussion & Personal Reflection
Date & Time
Saturday, October 6, 2018
Leaf Institute of Art & Vocation
1278 Pendleton St, Greenville, SC 29611
$49 individual ticket
Age / Level
College age and above
About The Instructors
Michelle Berg Radford is an artist and educator living in Greenville, SC. She holds an M.F.A. in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She began her studio practice as a landscape painter, but has recently been exploring the meaning behind motherhood and domestic spaces through her mixed media assemblages and collages. Michelle teaches college painting, fiber arts, and theory courses. Michelle lives with her husband, Paul, and three young children and is passionate about weaving together art and daily life. Visit her website at www.michellebergradford.com.
Dr. Erin Naler has spent the last twenty years making theatre, teaching theatre, and inspiring students to ask hard questions of reality. She teaches theatre and aesthetics at Bob Jones University and graduated from the University of Texas in Dallas with a doctorate in Aesthetic Studies. Her scholarly and creative work are concerned with place, play-cycles of the American theatre, Texas playwright Horton Foote, the relationship of food to place-making, and the American suburbs. She recently won second place in the American Prize for Directing for a production of Horton Foote’s Trip to Bountiful. She teaches courses in Theatre History, Directing, and the aesthetic affects of the Incarnation.