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peers . mentors . sages . redeeming the "M" word . Seattle . October 12 2017

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There's ministry, and there's The Ministry. We always knew that. 

Now we're learning it again....

October 12, 2017—a Thursday—a network of peers, mentors and sages gather to tell stories, ask questions, and connect with others who are redeeming, reclaiming, and reframing the M word.

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Jim Hancock

Jim Hancock is the author of a bunch of content for youth workers, parents, and teenagers. He lives and works among tall trees and blackberry brambles on the north side of Seattle, and calls his practice “The Tiny Company Called Me” because if you hire him, you get him (plus a friend or two as needed).

Among other explorations in ministry outside "the" ministry, for half-a-decade he edited the now-defunct but pretty-good-until-everybody-lost-their shirt-in-the-great-recession website called InsideWork, which was given to the pursuit of business spiritually engaged. (Trigger warning: search engine results for "insidework" can lead to dark places these days—but much of the InsideWork content is preserved on the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine.)