NW Iowa Legacy Partners

creating your spiritual legacy:
Telling the stories of your life

saturday, September 16, 2017

Registration: 8:30 am - 9:00 am
Seminar: 9:00 am - Noon

sioux center corporate centre

Downstairs (elevator available)

950 N. Main Ave  |  Sioux Center, Iowa 51250

Dr. daniel taylor

Writer, Speaker, Traveler

Daniel Taylor (Ph.D., Emory University) is the author of twelve books, including The Myth of Certainty, Letters to My Children, Tell Me A Story: The Life-Shaping Power of Our Stories, Creating a Spiritual Legacy, The Skeptical Believer: Telling Stories to Your Inner Atheist and two novels, Death Comes for the Decontructionist and Do We Not Bleed? He has also worked on a number of Bible translations. He speaks frequently at conferences, colleges, retreats, and churches on a variety of topics. Dr. Taylor is also co-founder of The Legacy Center, an organization devoted to helping individuals and organizations identify and preserve the values and stories that have shaped their lives. He is a contributing editor for Books and Culture. Dr. Taylor is married and the father of four adult children. Find out more at www.WordTaylor.com.

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creating your spiritual legacy: telling the stories of your life

The most important thing you have to give to anyone is a spiritual legacy. A spiritual legacy is the sharing of wisdom from one life to another, and it is important at any stage of life. Our spiritual legacies are created and shared primarily through stories.

This morning workshop explores the concept of creating and sharing a spiritual legacy. It starts with defining terms, then moves to writing a spiritual will. After that, participants are instructed on how to pass on wisdom and values to others through telling the stories of their lives.

NW Iowa Legacy Partners (NWILP) is a collaborative effort of Dordt College, Hope Haven and Northwestern College. The primary objective is to provide timely and pertinent information to the many generous constituents who have supported these Christ-centered organizations.