How can we engage well with retired leaders?

How can we keep learning from them?

How can we engage well with retired leaders?

Matthew Kitchener, Pastor of West Point Grey Baptist Church shares a story of the impact of a wonderful leader in his life.

He sees her gifts and what she can offer but there is a challenge in that people are not asking for her help.

Listen in and dialogue with us on how we can find ways to engage in those who have served and led well among us and that are still with us in community.

Are you experiencing this in your community?  Are there creative ways or stories you can share with us on what you are doing?

About the author

Matt grew up in the USA and Brazil as a son of pastor/missionaries but has spent the majority of his life in Canada-the last 15 years in Vancouver, BC. For the last two decades, he has served churches in Red Deer, Alberta and Vancouver. He has been married to Essie for 25 years and they have two children, Anna and Zach, who are currently pursuing post-secondary education in Victoria and Abbotsford. They also have a Shih Tzu-Yorkie dog named Mazey. Matt is currently finishing up his training in Clinical Pastoral Education (Chaplaincy) and will be moving into a role as Chaplain for a Long-Term Care Facility on the Vancouver North Shore.

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