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IN A WORLD SO DIVIDED, CHRISTIANS MODELING UNITY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER.

Join us for the Called to Be One Ministry Lunch as we explore the leadership mindset that will create bridges to the diverse populations surrounding each of us. To help your ministry fulfill the Great Commission to go into “ALL” the world, we will learn the importance of the CURE Mindset.

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The CURE Mindset will help you develop a biblically inclusive culture. The first step is for leaders to better understand themselves so they can foster understanding and respect for others in every area of their ministry.

Date:          Tuesday June 14, 2022

Time:         11:30 am -1:30 pm

Place:        Compton Heights Baptist Church

                    3641 Russell Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63110

Price:         $5       

BIBLICAL INCLUSION  CREATES CULTURES WHERE EVERYONE IS VALUED, EVERYONE IS HEARD, AND EVERYONE FEELS A SENSE OF BELONGING.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is such a hot topic today but was actually modeled by Jesus Christ 2,000 years ago. Real unity can never be achieved through worldly ideologies. Rather, it should be defined by the people of God, rooted in the Word of God, flowing from the heart of God. We are called to be ONE church, with ONE Spirit, One hope, ONE baptism, ONE God and ONE mission, to reach the world with the gospel.

There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call—one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.

-Ephesians 4:4-6

Event Speakers

We are passionate about transformational leadership: loving like Jesus so that people feel they belong, celebrating the strength of diversity within the body of Christ

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Allison Choi
Head of People and Culture

Allison Choi has more than 20 years of strategic and practical HR experience having worked with large and midsize global companies across multiple industries in NJ, NY and CA.   She is passionate about putting the "Human" back in Human Resources, unlocking people's potential and building high performing healthy and inclusive teams. Allison earned her BA with a major in Communication and Psychology from Rutgers University. She is a certified professional HR (PHR), obtained a DEI in HR Management certification through the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) and a certified GiANT Worldwide Guide. She currently resides in LA where she enjoys the diversity of different cuisines, going to the beach and hiking  regularly. 

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Laura Scheidhauer
President
LHS Consulting, LLC

Laura Scheidhauer has more than 25 years of success working with diverse populations as an educator and coach, helping people to reach their full potential to  become high performing, highly productive,   highly effective, inclusive teams and leaders.  Laura received a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from the University of Missouri St. Louis. She holds certifications in the 5 Voices, 100X Leaders, Coaching, DEI recognition from the University of Colorado  and ESSEC Business School.  Throughout her adult life, Laura has been an active leader in ministry, as both staff and volunteer leading in music, youth,  group Bible studies, and apologetics.  Laura lives in St. Louis, MO with her husband of 35 years and near her four adult children. She enjoys performing in the community choir, exploring new foods, and traveling anywhere.

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Aaron Frazee
Missionary & 
Founder Liberator Coaching

Aaron lives in the Kansas City, MO area with his wife and three young boys. He has more than 15 years of experience developing people within various non-profit organizations, facilitating training events in Asia, Africa, and Europe, and coaching leaders to unlock their full potential. He received a Business Management degree from Colorado State University, GiANT Coaching certification from GiANT Worldwide, and a DEI certification from ESSEC Business School. He is passionate about family, reading, and building healthy, joyful communities.

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Enrique Uria
Hope Chapel
South KCK Pastor

Enrique, originally from Monterrey, Mexico, is an entrepreneur in both the business and nonprofit arena. He spent 10 years as director for Comunicacion Universal Empresarial, (a language school) in Mexico and then shifted his focus to nonprofit ministry-oriented organizations for the past 20 years. He is currently the pastor of Hope Chapel South KCK, leading two congregations in both English and Spanish. Enrique is also the president of Bienvenidos KC (a non-profit member organization) and founder of Intentional Leadership Network.  His training includes a B.A. in theology with further studies in business administration (UR) and leadership training through YWAM. Enrique is currently a certified GiANT Guide with a passion to see people develop their full potential and live with purpose in every area of their lives. He believes that the richest part of a nation is the cemetery because there lies so much potential that was never developed.