October [un]stuck session - A Life Worth Living

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Our guest for October will be Matt Croasmun, Director of the Life Worth Living Program at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture. Through university and community courses, the Life Worth Living program equips participants for the lifelong process of discerning the shape of the good life. He also serves as the Faith Initiative Director at the Grace Farms Foundation in New Canaan, CT, where he develops and implements opportunities for contemplation, dialogue, and study across a variety of religious, spiritual, and ethical traditions. He also serves as a volunteer pastor at the Elm City Vineyard Church, a multiethnic church in New Haven that he and his wife planted in 2007. He is author of three books, the most recent of which is For the Life of the World: Theology that Makes a Difference (co-authored with Miroslav Volf).

Join us for a conversation with Matt and A.M. Bhatt about the intersection of one's own sense of Good and one's need to engage with the work of Work - and the inherent stuckness that we experience in trying to balance and integrate the two.

**While you are welcome to register here on Meetup for unstuck, you may want to also follow us at https://uofnext.eventbrite.com for all of the other public events we host (unstuck is the only one we also advertise on meetup).

Thanks, we look forward to seeing you soon!

And visit www.uofnext.com/unstuck for videos of some of our past [un]stuck sessions.