August 21, 2019 PBL Luncheon with Tony Kriz

August 5, 2019

Tony KrizJoin us Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 11:45 am -1:15 pm, at the DoubleTree by Hilton near the Lloyd Center with speaker Tony Kriz.

Portland-based Tony Kriz is known as a speaker, writer, thinker and neighborhood theologian. This last year he served as emcee at the annual PBL Christmas Luncheon.

He has a Doctorate of Ministry in Leadership and Spiritual Formation. He teaches in colleges and universities around the country on topics of authentic faith, spiritual formation, cultural integration, cross-spiritual communication, and sacred friendship.

His writing life involves books (including ALOOF and Neighbors and Wise Men), articles (including Leadership Journal), and playful profundity through his blog.

Tony grew up Eugene, Oregon and spent his young adulthood in the developing world, including two years living with and being loved by a Muslim family in Albania. He has learned the gospel alongside non-religious barflies and undergrad geniuses at places like Reed College.

He is husband to Aimee, father to three courageous and creative boys, unofficial ambassador of his beloved Portland, devoted to his neighborhood, honored by his communal household, and a friend to the religious and irreligious alike.

Tony hopes through words both written and spoken, to give people permission to authentically feel/speak/struggle and to honestly express their faith-filled affections.

Please join us for lunch and fellowship by registering at this link:


The cost of the luncheon is $25.00 and pre-registration is required.


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