ADVERSITY – The Unwelcome Path to Transformation!
April 13 @ 11:00 am - 12:45 pmFree
While on a mountain bike ride in Colorado, Matt Crowe suffered a severe spinal injury that left him paralyzed. No one would ever welcome such tragic adversity. But in the ashes of the unknown, God’s wisdom and beauty brought about unparalleled transformation in his life and the lives of his family.
In this WorkLife Connect you will be inspired, challenged and changed by Matt’s remarkable story. He will focus on healing and transformation couched in 4 faith-driven characteristics that you can embody to bring the fullness of God’s transformation in your own life.
In addition, here’s some questions Matt will be guiding us to think about, wrestle with, and hopefully discover some new answers to:
How can I persevere despite unspeakable challenges I might face or be facing?
How prepared am I to handle adversity?
What does God say about trials in our lives?
How do I thrive, not just survive through challenges?
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*A light lunch will be provided (Example: sub/wraps, chips, and a water).
*Your Donation of $10-15 or more at check out would be greatly appreciated to help cover costs and allow us to grow and expand future WorkLife Connects and the impact of Kingdom Way Ministries in Northern Colorado and beyond.
WLC Presenter/Facilitator: Matthew Crowe - Executive Sales Leader
Meet Matthew Crowe - Executive Sales Leader
Matt Crowe is an executive leader and entrepreneur. Matt has held various leadership and management positions for Medtronic, Fusion Robotics, Lanx, and Xenex. Matt is also a real estate investor and founded the company THRYV to serve the needs of spinal cord injury (SCI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients nationally.
Matt has lived in Denver for over 15 years and he earned his bachelor’s of science degree from the University of Arizona in 1994.
He and his wife, Janelle, are the parents of two children, Davis and Ivy.
Matt is currently a board member for Craig Hospital and has served for other non-profits in the Denver area, including KIPP schools and individual mentorship programs.