2 Shameless Plugs….Posted: Saturday, March 6, 2010 Filed under: 2k10 | Tags: Book Reviews, Christian Books, Christianity, church, Evangelism, Faith, Fritz Kling, Global Church, Leadership Training, missionary, Missions, outreach, Pastors, RCLI, Richmond, Richmond Christian Leadership Institute, The Meeting of the Waters, Tim Keller 1 Comment
I got to know Fritz Kling when I participated in RCLI (Richmond Christian Leadership Institute) in 2008-2009. You will hear more about RCLI in future posts. But…here are my 2 shameless plugs.
RCLI is accepting applications for its 4th class – 2010-2011.
Annually, RCLI selects a diverse cross-section of young Christian leaders, age 25 – 40 (yes…they made an exception for me….I was definitely over 40!!!), to participate in a nine-month leadership development program that connects them with each other and equips them for biblically-grounded, Christ-centered service in the Richmond, Virginia region.
Beginning with the overnight retreat in September and continuing through their June commissioning ceremony, the “students” gather one Friday evening and Saturday each month to explore issues confronting our region and to consider them from a Christ-centered perspective. A wide array of churches host these monthly sessions, providing a glimpse of the rich diversity of ways through which Christians worship and serve God.
Check out RCLI to apply! (Link is also in the sidebar to the right!) DEADLINE: April 1, 2010.
Fritz Kling authors and publishes his first book!
RCLI is also the brainchild of Fritz Kling. He recently wrote and released his first (of many, I hope!!!) books, The Meeting of the Waters. I can’t wait to purchase my own autographed copy! Here’s the trailer….Enjoy! May the Lord richly bless Fritz and his hard work and many late nights. May God be glorified through his book!!!!!
Marti, thanks for the plug. I have been following your blog. i especially enjoyed the posting about finding your other 1/2. I remember when you were considering STL, and always felt our city would be better for your staying. I thank God that’s what happened.