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Missio Lincoln
launches fall 2024.
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 What We Do 

Missio Lincoln runs September to April. Participants gather monthly as a full cohort on Fridays, except in October and March when they gather for two-day retreats. Gatherings include meals, dwelling in the Word, guests, and conversation with one another around our focusing questions: Where are we? What is God up to here? How is the Spirit inviting us to join? Participants also gather monthly in triads with a coach for coaching. Between gatherings, we engage with neighbors and foster holy imagination through reading. The time commitment is about 8 hours a month, except October and March which include two full days. 


 Cohorts meet 10am-2pm, Fridays: 9/13, 11/8, 12/13, 1/10, 2/14, 4/11. iRetreats: 10/14-15 & 3/17-18.

 Meet the Missio Lincoln Team 


Alex Rousseau


Alex is Director of The Gathering Network, a hub for missional communities & everyday disciples.  Born & raised in Lincoln, he holds his hometown dear and wants to see it thrive.  He spent 5 years as a pastor, 16 summers working for NATS Detasseling (ongoing), and is a part-time stay-at-home dad.  He currently serves as president of Atlas: Lincoln and is ordained in the Christian & Missionary Alliance.

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Lauren Peters


As a certified coach and ministry consultant, Lauren

leads Feasting Table, serving ministry leaders nationwide with passion for new ministries and thriving clergy. She is ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and President-Elect of International Coaching Federation's Nebraska Chapter. Since moving to Lincoln in 2020, Lauren has fallen in love with the community. 

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John Harris


Known around Lincoln as "Mr. Encouragement," John is Founder of Encouragement Unlimited.  He holds an M.Ed. and has served in positions at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska Wesleyan University, People's City Mission, and City Impact. John continues to serve in multiple coaching and consulting roles, and currently pastors Encouragement Kingdom Outreach Fellowship.  




Robrenna is Founder of Reclaiming HER Resilience, through which she helps women find hope and healing with narrative-focused trauma care. Robrenna has created and hosted two podcasts grappling with faith and contemporary life, served two justice-seeking Lincoln non-profits (City Impact and I Have A Name) and is a Veteran of the U.S. Army National Guard.

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