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Faith formation begins at home: updates from Kyle Oliver@ #Forma15

Faith formation begins at home: updates from Kyle Oliver@ #Forma15

The Rev. Kyle Oliver, digital missioner at Virginia Seminary’s Center for the Ministry of Teaching, reports from Forma 15 on faith formation progress being made across the Episcopal Church:

I knew everything was bigger in Texas, and I knew not to mess with it. But I didn’t know that 36 hours here for the Forma 2015 pre-conference (with Episcopal Camps and Conference Centers) and opening evening could be packed with quite so many notable experiences.

Stay tuned to Key Resources and the Rev. Kyle Oliver’s reflections this week for more faith formation news and learning taking place at Forma 15.

 

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Kyle Oliver

Gotcha good to know! Thanks, Ann.

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Kyle Oliver

Thanks very much for sharing. The 2015 Forma Conference was a remarkable experience. I can't wait to reflect more about it and share some conference resources in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to keyhallonline.org and episcoforma.org for more!

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Ann Fontaine

Kyle: when you put 2 or more links in a comment is almost always goes to spam.

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