Life is lived in story but are you living your story? Do you really know your story? Most people don’t. The SoulCare Project introduces for the very first time in Chattanooga, “The Art of Digital Storytelling.” From a master teacher of digital storytelling, you will learn the process of locating, articulating and communicating your personal story in a multimedia format. This process can be used in churches, non-profit organizations, civic groups, neighborhood group or any other place seeking to find voice and narrative clarity. Come check it out.
The SoulCare Project is dedicated to providing leaders intentional space to experience the quiet assurance of God’s love and to expose the significance of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care by providing retreats where leaders will have an opportunity to set aside the busy and productive life in order to hear God’s voice through stillness.
The SoulCare Project, represented by Chris Woodhull will be co-hosting this workshop with Seed Lynn.
Who is Seed Lynn?
Seed Lynn Stephen “Seed” Lynn is a listener, artist, problem solver (and troublemaker) creating a second home in the Chicagoland area. Through a practice that heralds deep listening and sharing, Seed assists communities in the emergence of their most necessary narratives, across political, social and cultural boundaries. At the University of Chicago’s Ci3 (Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual & Reproductive Health), he leads workshops and designs learning experiences, exploring how art, new media and games combined with a careful awareness of narrative can deepen health learning and improve health outcomes for some of the nation’s most vulnerable youth.
Chris Woodhull has come on board at The SoulCare Project to serve as a Strategic Advisor. He is a seasoned soul care provider practicing in Chattanooga, TN. Chris is currently a missionary in residence at The Mission Chattanooga focusing on two city wide initiatives: Build Me a World, a youth development project and Creative Citizenship, promoting civic engagement. His background includes eight years on Knoxville city council and twenty plus years running an inner city ministry outreach to young gang affiliated men, using business as a platform for development. He completed the Graduate Program in Spiritual Disciplines at the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation in Bethesda, Maryland. He is also on the Leighton Ford Ministry Leadership team hosting and teaching spiritual mentoring and disciplines to ministers around the world.