Claudia Rossetto, Matt Kitchener – Greys and Greens as Missionary Disciples in the Present Isolation Crisis (2021)

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Speaker: Claudia Rossetto, Matt Kitchener

Organization: Baptist Housing Ministries

Seminar Description:
Mobilizing older and younger disciples to be more intentional in their discipleship to Jesus and to discover together what it means to be God's people (His Church) during these times of isolation. We serve a missionary and communal God. How can we bear his image during these difficult times?

Speaker's Biography:
Matt and Claudia are chaplains at two Baptist Housing senior residences. Matt has been a missionary kid in Brazil, and a pastor in Western Canada for 20 years. He is part of the Centre for Healthy Aging Transitions (CHAT). Claudia is from Bolivia. She was a community facilitator at Missions Fest Vancouver for 16 years and an instructor of Evangelism.

Concentration: Local Mission & Church Planting

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