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“Discovering the Beloved Community: A Deep Spiritual Dive” with Ron Chapman
November 3, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
What if the beloved community is right before our eyes? What if belovedness is in the seeing…in the experience…not in the object of love? Our only choice would be to learn to find it by letting go of what prevents us from experiencing the beloved community. As Jesus suggested, this would be to let go of “old wineskins” to allow for “new wine”.
Join us as Ron Chapman facilitates an experience of holiness in all things and a change in what and how we see, to realize the beloved community.
$25 Suggested love offering. No one turned away.
Ronald Chapman is an internationally accredited speaker and workshop leader, and author of four books and two audio sets that collectively explore forgiveness, spirituality, and transformation. Ron will lead you through an experiential workshop that explores the underlying issues that creep into relationships in recovery.
About Ron Chapman
Ron Chapman believes there are no self-made men or women. “All I have and all I am came from people and circumstances for which I cannot claim credit. While I don’t define myself much anymore as the product of any specific hardship, I have been drawn in ways I could not resist. Had I not been drawn, I could never have succeeded in the face of some daunting life challenges.” One of those key challenges was the battle with addiction, a battle that Ron has waged continuously for three decades of sobriety. During this time he has dedicated himself to helping others through their own Progressive Recovery.
“Had I not been drawn, I could never have succeeded in the face of some daunting life challenges.”
— Ron Chapman
Ron has been called motivational and inspirational, as well as being labeled a master translator. These experiences lay a foundation for a wide range of expertise and successes for Ron including three enterprises that focus on consultation, facilitation, speaking, workshops, coaching and other activities to develop people and organizations. While Ron is a native Oklahoman and long-time resident of New Mexico, he currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Beyond sobriety, he considers his greatest success to be the relationship that he has with his two daughters; it is a direct result of the type of emotional work necessary in a Progressive Recovery.