Is character formation really necessary in our time? Historically, our families, schools and churches have seen this work as central to their missions. Yet today spiritual and character formation are often seen as impractical or antiquated in an age of self-realization. For those who believe that deeply rooted formation is needed — and even urgent — today, how do we muster the courage to pursue it when our culture doubts its value and legitimacy?

Wake Forest professor, author, and director of the The Program for Leadership and Character, Michael Lamb wrestles with such challenges, exploring how character formation enables leaders to establish trust, think wisely, empower others, and persevere through difficult times.

In partnership with Montgomery Bell Academy and St. Paul Christian Academy, The Trinity Forum invites you to join us on Tuesday, December 5 at 6:00 p.m. CT for an Evening Conversation with Michael to better understand how character is formed and how it can contribute to personal, communal, and civic flourishing.

We hope you will join us for wine, hors d’oeuvres, and conversation at Montgomery Bell Academy, and share this event with friends!

Thank you to our event sponsors for their support: 

David and Janet Chestnut
Kevin and Jessica Douglas
Allan and Gretchen Horner
Eric and Eleanor Osborne
Ed and Molly Powell
Chris and Eleanor Wells
Gif and Anna Thornton

Charis Foundation
Creed and Culture Fund
Andrea Waitt Carlton Foundation
Andrea and Rick Carlton and the AWC Family Foundation

Sims|Funk PLC

The Courage to Teach Character: An Evening Conversation with Michael Lamb in Nashville, TN

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