Well-Being Respite

​Board University introduces Well-Being Respite, a unique online opportunity for members that supports wholeness.

Well-Being Respite
"Having just finished the August respite, I can see how important it is for me to do this regularly. Normally, I am caring for the church, my family, and my community. This gives me an opportunity to care for me."

— Well-Being Respite attendee

Well-Being Respite is a unique online opportunity to step away from your daily routine and come to the well for spiritual renewal, mental stimulation, thoughtful conversation, and meaningful engagement with colleagues in life and ministry as you contemplate God's movement in our individual and collective experiences.

Available to all Benefits Plan members*, Well-Being Respite is a virtual space to pause, learn, reframe, and connect. Each of these four monthly offerings focuses on a different dimension of wholeness — financial, spiritual, vocational, and health — and how the current landscape shapes our understanding and application of it.

Each respite is comprised of the following:

  • worship
  • an engaging workshop
  • a panel discussion
  • break-out conversation with other participants

The event concludes with a charge and blessing as you return to the rhythm of your day. 

*Includes all active and retired plan members and their spouses, including surviving spouses.

2020 respite schedule

Scheduled topics and primary presenters for each respite are as follows. Registration for each respite will open a few weeks prior to the event. Check back for your opportunity to register for these unique online opportunities that support wholeness.

Date​RegistrationPrimary
presenter
Wholeness
dimension

August 19

​Registration closedScott Dannemiller, author of A Year Without a PurchaseFinancial
September 16​Registration closedRev. MaryAnn McKibben Dana, author of Sabbath in the Suburbs: A Family's Experiment with Holy TimeSpiritual
October 21​​Registration closedRev. Dr. Eric Chavis, CREDO facultyVocational
November 18Registration closedRev. Larissa Kwong AbaziaEmotional/physical health

Cost

These events are offered at no cost to Benefits Plan members, including all active and retired plan members and their spouses, including surviving spouses.

Questions?

Email us with any questions.