11 a.m., April 12, 2020
Because of the coronavirus situation, this Forum will be held online.
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This online Forum will be on the topic of “Dying Out Loud”, as described below:
Dave Warnock, a former evangelical pastor and now atheist, was diagnosed with ALS, a terminal illness in 2019. He is spending the time he has traveling and speaking about seizing the moments and approaching death as an atheist.
His message is about living an intentional life and grabbing as many moments are you can. On his web page, daveoutloud.com, there are links to many of the presentations he’s already done.
Dave loves meeting new people and engaging in fellowship with both faith based and non-faith based individuals and communities who desire to live their most authentic life.
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