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The Value of Burning Bridges

Saturday, 2:00pm | Workshop

Bridges are representative of a connection to another person or place. I have found there is great value in building bridges and also, actually at times, value in burning them down. The question comes down to your intention and in whether or not the bridge is healthy, strong and balanced in the first place. Questions to ask together during this session – Are the bridges that you’ve built or crossed still life giving or nurturing to you? Also, have you ended up in a place that it is time to give yourself permission to keep moving? I’d love to share some of my life story and the lessons I’ve learned intentionally “”burning bridges”” with people and places and the beauty of then allowing stronger, healthier bridges to be built in their stead

Melissa Greene

Melissa Greene is a speaker, singer, curator, pastor and writer. The first ten years of her professional ministry were spent traveling as an artist; seven of those years she sang as part of the contemporary Christian music group, Avalon (American Music Award Inspirational Artist of the Year in 2003, Grammy Nominated in 2005, and Dove Award Winning.) In 2009 Melissa resigned from touring and was immediately hired at GRACEPOINTE Church, a progressive Christian community in Franklin, TN. Melissa worked as Associate Pastor for 8 years at GRACEPOINTE curating the services, leading the music and arts program, nurturing the community and preaching once a month.

As the Hope Curator for Timothy’s Gift (a prison outreach), Melissa produces Concert Tours with other artists designed to entertain and uplift those in maximum security prisons. She is an intentional creator fueled by her love of the beauty, truth and goodness in this world, her belief of the inherent worth of all who inhabit it.   LISTEN

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