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Upcoming Discipleship Workshop: May 1st

Join us for our next Discipleship Workshop on May 1st. Rev. Linda Anderson -Little will be leading the workshop and will be focusing on the following topics:

Deepening our relationship with God

Developing spirituality in everyday life

Embracing new spiritual practices

The workshop will be located in the Fellowship Room from 6:00 to 9:00pm on May 1st.  Dinner will be provided.  If would like to attend please contact Mandy Hilger ( or sign up in the Welcoming Space.

About Rev. Linda Anderson- Little:

Linda Anderson-Little serves as the part-time Interim Associate Pastor and Director of Pastoral Care at Lutheran Church of the Atonement in Florissant, MO. Linda has been an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America since 1989 and she has served congregations in Detroit, Kansas City and St. Louis. Linda is working toward a Certificate of Spiritual Direction at Aquinas Institute of Theology, and is also in training to become a Prayer Companion for theSpiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of LoyolathroughThe Bridges Foundation in St. Louis. She serves on the Board of The Prosperity Shop, the business arm of The Blessing Basket Project, which works to end global poverty by paying artisans in Asian and Africa Prosperity Wages®; a model which creates the working capital artisans need to start their own business and transform their families and communities. Linda is married to the Rev. Dr. Dan Anderson-Little, a pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA).  They have 3 young adult children.

In the fall of 2016, Linda published her first book, Motherhood Calling: Experiencing God in Everyday Family Life, which shares humor and insights about the sacredness of daily life, the spiritual wisdom of children, and the presence of the holy in the mundane, joyful and sometimes painful events of daily life (including her battle with breast cancer). She is passionate about helping people see all life as Sacramental by encouraging people to notice “God-sightings” and to recognize the presence of the holy hidden in the ordinariness of our everyday.

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