Shalom-Makers – Join the movement!

But seek the shalom of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its shalom you will find your shalom (Jeremiah 29:7)

Shalom-Makers equips participants with the skills and tools required to make a positive difference in their local community. Participants learn to seek the well-being (shalom) of the local community by focusing on discovering, connecting, and building upon the indigenous gifts and assets of individuals, organizations, and institutions.

Join the movement. Shalom-Makers training coming soon!

Rev. Bob Clark is an ordained elder in the Rio Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. Bob received a Bachelor of Christian Ministry from Wayland Baptist University, completed the basic five-year course of study at Perkins School of Theology in Dallas, Texas, and did his advanced work at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio.

He served communities in the Rio Grande Valley, San Antonio and Schertz, Texas before coming to Travis Park Church. Early in his career, Bob’s service on the Texas/Mexico border awakened a passion for working with communities to build shalom. That passion led to his work as CEO of the Pharr Community Outreach Project and to certification, in 2010, as a regional trainer for Communities of Shalom.

Bob served the former Southwest Texas Conference as coordinator for Communities of Shalom and as a coach/consultant for the Healthy Church Initiative. He has specialized training in community organizing, group facilitation, church planting and revitalization, and Asset Based Community Development.

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