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Roslyn Wright

Becoming who I am: an exploration of our unique identity in Christ

And all of us, with unveiled faces, seeing the glory of the Lord as though reflected in a mirror, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another; for this comes from the Lord, the Spirit. (2 Cor 3:18)

Through experiential learning this workshop will assist participants to develop an identity statement, grounded in their experience of the person of Jesus.  This identity statement gives particular shape to their identification with Jesus and the unique image of God that they carry (true self).  This identity statement can be used with the Examen, and as a touchstone for discernment leading towards the fullness of life in God through Christ.

Roslyn Wright

Rev Roslyn H Wright
BA, DipEd, GradDipOrgDev, MA (SpDir), MTS
Lecturer at Whitley College, a registered teaching institute of MCD University of Divinity

Prior to formal ministry work, Roslyn worked in a number of different areas: primary education, adult employment training, industrial chaplaincy, and spirituality. She was a founding member of Westgate Baptist Community, then worked on the joint pastoral team at North Carlton and Church of the Pilgrim before serving as pastoral leader at Rosanna Baptist Church.  She now serves as Director of Field Education at Whitley College, a registered teaching institute of MCD University of Divinity.

Roslyn began formal studies in spirituality at the Heart of Life Spirituality Centre in 1994 and later joined their staff working as a supervisor, spiritual director and course facilitator.  She was one of the first graduates in Master of Arts (Spiritual Direction) of the Melbourne College of Divinity in 2003.

She is President of the Victorian Association for Theological Field Education, and a member of the Australian Network for Spiritual Direction and the (international) Association for Theological Field Education. Roslyn is married to Patrick and between them they have four adult children and five grand-daughters.