A Native Way of Giving – Lecture with Author Forrest Cuch

What: A Native Way of Giving – Lecture with Author Forrest Cuch
When: Thursday, April 28th from 7p to 8p
Where: First-Plymouth Church, 2000 D St., Lincoln, Ne

A Native Way of Giving
Lecture with Author Forrest Cuch

Thursday, April 28, 7:00pm, Mayflower Hall

Join this provocative, yet uplifting presentation as Forrest Cuch (enrolled member of the Ute tribe of Utah and former head of Indian Affairs for the State of Utah) makes the case that contemporary Christians can, and should, learn a lot from “Native Ways of Giving,” the title of his recently published book. “Despite a grim history of violence, seizure of lands, and cultural destruction,” often at the hands of Christians themselves, “Native communities have gifts to offer that are desperately needed,” writes Cuch and his co-author, Episcopal priest, Michael Carney. “The life-giving cycle of gratitude, generosity, and abundance stands in stark contrast to the arrogance, greed, and destruction that are so wide-spread in modern-day life.” Such a spirit of abundance and generosity serve as antidotes to zero-sum beliefs, which have wrought unprecedented destruction to God’s creation, unprecedented wealth gaps, and unprecedented political division in our national politics.

April 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
First-Plymouth Church
2000 D St.
Lincoln, NE United States

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