The CHE Vision Seminar uses small-group interaction, problem solving and self-discovery. It introduces the why and how of the CHE model as practitioners have used it in communities overseas. It increases understanding of the challenges, best practices, and potential results of the CHE process. It also explores how CHE principles can impact your own discipleship and neighborhood.
The training sessions will be held at Westside Family Church, Lenexa Campus in the Community Room on Friday, May 11 from 6:30 - 9:30pm, and Saturday, May 12 from 8:30am - 5:30pm.
The Guiding Principles of CHE:
- Development: CHE is a long-term process that respectfully develops the most valuable resource in the community—the people themselves.
- Community Ownership: The community learns to do their own problem identiﬁcation, prioritizing, solving and evaluation.
- Wholistic & Integrated: Many community problems and their solutions are a blend of heart, mind, soul and body.
- Multiplication: The CHE process is designed so each community can be an example and mentor to other communities. Disciples make disciples.