Tabor’s mission: “Preparing people for a life of learning, work, and service for Christ and His Kingdom.”
Friday Sept. 27
The Silver Tsunami!
To kick off our new year, come hear Chuck Buller, Visalia, Calif.,who until recently, served as an administrator for Palm Haven, a retirement community in Reedley, Calif. He’ll disuss issues relating to aging, in both California and Kansas.
Friday Oct. 4 (Homecoming weekend)
Not your Ordinary Elementary School
First clue is a sign “Fresh Eggs for Sale” in front of Walton Rural Life Center, a charter school in Walton, Kans. Principal, Natise Vogt, will share what has made this agriculture-based school newsworthy enough to be covered by Reuters national news service.
Monday Oct. 7 (note day)
Art or Popular Music in the Church
Composer and lecturer, Larry Warkentin, Fresno, Calif., will stimulate our thinking regarding current trends. Is modern culture influencing evangelical worship music? Can people with a much-loved hymn tradition make peace with contemporary worship music?
No meeting, Oct. 11
Friday Oct. 18
Leave No Threshing Stone Unturned
Ever wondered why someone would have a 600 pound hunk of limestone in their yard? Using illustrative images and stories, author Glen Ediger will explain its importance, the history of grain, the railroad, Kansas, and threshing.
Friday Oct. 25
Concert by Hearts4Him
Six men from the dynamic Gospel men’s ensemble, Hearts4Him, will bring a full concert of gospel songs. Based in Central Kans., Hearts4Him has performed on stages large and small since 2001. Accompanist is JoAnn Nickel. CDs and DVD available.
No Meeting Nov. 1 *
Friday Nov. 8
We’ll be privileged to hear well-known Wichita evening news anchor, Larry Hatteberg, of KAKE TV10, share stories from his years on the road in search of memorable people. He’ll reflect on his 50 years at KAKEland.
Friday Nov. 15
Wheat Bread is Not Created Equal
Ever since immigrants brought the Turkey Red, wheat has been of utmost importance to our area. Kansas Wheat Commission spokesperson, Mary Beth Bowers, Marion, will bring us the latest baking and nutrition information.
Friday Nov. 22, 6 p.m.
The Great Commission Today: Thanksgiving Dinner
With a heart for the world, Brent Warkentin, Wichita, will be the speaker for our evening dinner meeting. Our regular meeting room will be transformed with décor and round tables. Bring a friend! $10 per person advance payment required by Nov.15, payable at the lifelong learning registration table or the advancement office front desk in the Tabor welcome center.
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For information contact Geneva Just, 620-947-3121 xt 1709 or Connie Isaac, 947-5964, firstname.lastname@example.org