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P O Box 307 Marlborough NH Other USA
Lumunos is a leading organization empowering people to explore, discern and act on their many gifts and calls in the complexity of their daily lives for the good of God’s world. Building on the foundation of Faith At Work.
After moving from Falls Church, VA, we are working as a "virtual" organization. We have produced a workbook for people 60+ to focus on their call into 2nd Adulthood. We have a quality Physicians program, and Core Values program for hospitals, and companies. We continue to offer quality retreats for men and women. We are now finding a need for grants to assist us with our busy programs.
Physician Colleagues Program Core Values Training Women of Wisdom Light for your Journey Men's Retreats Looking Back & Giving Forward for small groups.
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Lumunos first came into my life in the mid-1980s (when it was called Faith at Work) through its then-President Marjory Zoet Bankson. The life-changing weekend women's events she designed made the Bible come to life by helping me connect my story with God's story. I subsequently not only attended women's events but also helped design them. I have served on the Board. Currently I write every few weeks for the Lumunos blog. The people I have met through Lumunos, who come from all over the country, have been among the most authentic teachers and seekers I could ever hope to know. The dynamics at Lumunos gatherings--whether at women's events, mixed events, or board meetings--are consistently open, affirming, forward-thinking, and grounded in Christ's compassion and love. Lumunos has a particular interest in--and gift for--opening peoples' hearts and helping them discern their call. It operates without pressing a particular dogma or relying on pat "religious" language. It respects the individuality of all who participate in its events, and it values the various paths its participants travel. It opens a space in peoples' lives and trusts Spirit to enter that space. I am profoundly and eternally grateful for the ministry of Lumunos--and for the men and women of Lumunos with whom I have shared parts of my journey over the last two-and-a-half decades.
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