We are called into a story that enfolds our own stories in a grander narrative – a story that is going somewhere, a story that is taking us with it.” – Scotty Smith, Restoring Broken Things
In keeping with the the tradition of “El Lector” (The Speaker/Reader), Scotty Smith joins the great line of gentlemen who shared stories with the cigar workers in 19th Century Cuba and 20th Century Tampa, FL. Interestingly enough, Scotty will share with us the importance of story, but will take it one step further.
In his book “Restoring Broken Things” (co-written by singer/songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman), Scotty Smith shows how stories, even those filled with challenges, pain, dissapointment, separation and death are simply part of a bigger story. This bigger story carries with it a promise of restoration and redemption.
Join us on Saturday, February 12th 2011 at 7pm at Granada Presbyterian Church for a Cuba-Themed evening, featuring Cuban music under the stars, a cigar roller and refreshments. Author and Speaker Scotty Smith will be signing copies of his book, Restoring Broken Things.
This is a MEN ONLY event. Please invite a friend to join us for this special evening of friendship, and new traditions.