Lori Walsh of Wichita will be the featured speaker at the opening session of Tabor College?s Learning in Retire?ment program for the spring semester Friday, Feb. 24
Walsh will recount the sometimes surprising adventures into which God has called her. As a former preacher?s kid who married a man in ministry, Walsh has moved across the country and has led many retreats and programs.
Walsh and her family moved from California to Kansas four years ago, settling in Wichita, where she lived as a child. She works as an admissions representative at Tabor?s School of Adult and Graduate Studies in Wichita.
Her husband, Chris, was executive pastor at First Menno?nite Brethren Church in Wichita until last October, when he began serving as director of Tonto Rim Christian Camp in the mountains of Arizona.
Just before moving to Kansas, Lori Walsh?s family lived for 10 years in the mountains near Yosemite National Park at Sugar Pine Christian Camps, where Chris was executive director and Lori served as women?s ministry coordinator, planning and hosting retreats for women.
Learning in Retirement meets in the lobby of the Wohlgemuth Music Education Center, with the program beginning at 9:50 a.m. Registration for the entire series of presentations is $15 per semester for an individual or $29 per couple.
Admission is $4 for a single session.
LIR participants can eat in lunch in the cafeteria following the program for an additional fee of $4 per person.
For more information, contact Connie Isaac, coordinator, at 620-947-5964 or by e-mail at conniei @ tabor.edu.
The LIR semester schedule can be found online at tabor.edu/about-tabor/learning-in-retirement.