.........2019 Lenten Lunch Series

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2019 Lenten Lunch Series
@ Grace Northridge Church
Wednesdays, 12:00 - 1:00pm


One lunch = $5
All four lunches = $15

March 20: Revival through Relationships - Blake Coffee
March 27: Revival in the Neighborhood - Kristin Schell
April 3: Revival in the Home - Carl Caton
April 10: Revival in the Arts - Robert Balfour



Blake CoffeeBlake Coffee is the founder and Executive Director of Christian Unity Ministries. As an author and speaker, he equips God’s people to experience the genuine Biblical community in which they were designed to thrive. As an attorney, his law/mediation practice has been in San Antonio, but his ministry of reconciliation and unity spans the globe. For more than 20 years, God has given Coffee a message for the church about interpersonal relationships.

Kristin SchellKristin Schell put a picnic table in her front yard, painted it turquoise, and began inviting. A new concept of hospitality unfolded, and before long The Turquoise Table led to a movement of Front Yard People—ordinary people who long to create community right where they live. Today, there are Turquoise Tables in all fifty states and in thirteen countries. Kristin is the author of the book The Turquoise Table: Finding Community and Connection in Your Own Front Yard and the host of The Turquoise Table Podcast.

Carl CatonCarl Caton leads the San Antonio Marriage Initiative - a Christian, volunteer, community based association focused on marriage with the goal to network, equip, and mobilize the church community to strengthen marriages in the San Antonio area. Carl has been the husband of his high school sweetheart and best friend, Kelli, for thirty five years and has two kids and a precious granddaughter.

Robert BalfourRobert Balfour is a former Teach for America teacher and a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the owner of Revival Woodcraft - a custom furniture and cabinetry business specializing in hand tool woodworking and antique reproduction. Robert is in his second year of Missional Residency at Grace Northridge Church where he is pioneering the implementation of a ‘makerspace’ that will provide a place for people to share equipment and knowledge related to ceramics, painting, and woodworking.

Come participate in this dynamic opportunity to learn, grow, and engage revival.

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