What does it look like for believers to wisely engage the intersection of faith and culture in daily life?
Join us on March 16, 2018 on the campus of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC, or via livestream, for The Wisdom Forum — an evening of compelling conversation addressing the faithful interaction with cultural issues the church faces today.
Today, get to know one of our speakers, Jonathan Darville, who has suffered from chronic Lyme disease for 12 years. He will speak about suffering and the good life.
Jonathan Darvile has had a varied and wide-ranging career. He worked in the fashion industry in New York, modeling for clients such as Louis Vuitton, Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s. He helped lead the New York branch of an international non-profit ministry geared towards supporting artists in the fashion industry. His experience there provided rich training and coaching opportunities in a rapidly evolving environment.
He has also served as a Master Trainer for The Center for Leadership Studies where he trained men and women in Fortune 500 companies in Leadership and Management theory and practice across America.
Jonathan frequently speaks on the role of the arts in society at schools, churches and conferences. He also speaks to young adults on the subject of identity and has been interviewed on TV, radio and in print publications. The latest addition to his academic and corporate interests includes the topics of individual and corporate purpose.
Jonathan’s education includes: a B.A. in Christian studies with a minor in apologetics from The College at Southeastern and an M.A. in the philosophy of religion from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, which is still in progress. He is a certified Situational Leadership® Master Trainer and has completed Meisner Training at William Esper Studios.
Jonathan has suffered with Chronic Lyme disease for the last 12 years.
Join Jonathan Darville and others at The Wisdom Forum.