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Review of strategic planning of the Atlantis Lavalla200> Community

21/08/2019: South Africa

On 24th and 25th July, the Atlantis Lavalla200> Community, South Africa, has reviewed your strategic planning. The first edition was written exactly one year ago, and it was necessary to update, since now the community has grown with the arrival of Juliana and Diogo. The facilitator of the activities was Sister of Holy Cross Aine Hugues, that welcomed all members in your own house.

During these two days, it was possible to evaluate this first year’s walk, as well as share personal stories lived in Atlantis and review the analysis of strengths, problems, threats and opportunities. Besides that, there were time to revaluate vision, mission and, after, dream of new ministry possibilities.

Many ideas have come to life, such as articulating - together to Atlantis leaders - a specific youth leadership training program (thinking of ‘mission multipliers'). This initiative will be priority to the community in the next twelve months. Another point discussed was continue reinforcing activities with children, young people and parents to cultivate a nonviolent culture.

Like the sower, all the members are – send by God - trying to sow the seeds of hope in the holy ground of Atlantis.

The Atlantis Community is composed by Anthony John Clark fms, Bobillo Añel, Juliana Maria Fontoura Galline, Luiz Galline, Nnodu Onwutalu fms and Pietro Bettin fms

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