The Reverend Ivan E. Greuter at Central Baptist Church is organizing a four-day Spiritual  Retreat – “Conversations with the Trinity” – to our denominational Christian Conference Center at Green Lake, Wisconsin, Thursday, October 18 thru Sunday, October 21, 2012.  We will stay in the historic Roger Williams Inn.  Meals will be served buffet style in Bauer Dining Room in Kraft Centre including all-you-can-eat ice cream!  Participants will be encouraged to take the Guided Tram Tour, play golf on the championship courses Lawsonia, shop at the World Wide Gift story, and explore the many acres while learning about the Trinity’s promise for the renewal of prayer. Contact Reverend Greuter to register for this spiritual adventure to the American Baptist Assembly grounds. Cost: $250.00 per person,  double occupancy (single occupancy add $50.00), meals included. Visit: www.glcc.org to learn more about Green Lake Conference Center.

About Dr. Ivan E. Greuter

A native of Nebraska, Ivan accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior and experienced a call to the ministry at a young age. He graduated from Kearney Senior High before attending Ottawa University (Kansas) where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. He attended Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in Lombard, IL to earn a Master of Divinity in Pastoral Care and Counseling (1999) and a Master of Arts in Philosophical Theology (2002). In 2014, Ivan earned a Doctor of Ministry in Missional Spirituality from the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary. His dissertation: “Searching For God When You Have Lost Your Dogma: The Promise of New Life for an American Baptist Congregation by Increasing Passionate Spirituality through Devotional Consideration of the Doctrine of the Trinity and Natural Church Development.” He served as the senior minister at First Baptist Church of Wood River, Illinois (1999-2006), and Central Baptist Church of Quincy, Illinois (2006-2016) prior to joining the staff at West Side Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas. Ivan enjoys French cooking, fly fishing, gardening, and playing games with family and friends. Ivan and his wife, Rexanne, live in Topeka with their three children – two daughters and a son.
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