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Pablo Yoder

We are delighted to announce that guest speaker Pablo Yoder will give a lecture at Sattler College on Thursday, March 28, from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Pablo has a proven track record for living out Jesus' teachings on loving your enemy in classic hypothetical "what would you do" scenarios. He has written about some of these encounters in books such as Angels in the Night and Angels Over Waslala.  He will be speaking about his life and experiences as they relate to preparing to live out Jesus' peaceful revolution (even in the most difficult moments). 

Pablo grew up in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and moved to Costa Rica as a child. After marriage, Pablo and his wife Euni were blessed with six children and moved to plant a church in Waslala, Nicaragua. Between 1995 and 2000 the Yoders experienced upwards of 40 robberies. As a lover of nature, he also writes about the colorful wildlife of Central America. He has written two books filled with colorful photos of Nicaraguan wildlife. Other books he has written include: The Long Road Home, The Work of thy fingers, My Father’s World, and The Death of a Saloon.

The event is open for the public to attend. Sattler College is located on the 17th floor, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02114. We would love to see you there!

 

Sattler College is committed to providing our students a world-class education firmly rooted in the historic Christian faith. This includes exposing them to cutting-edge ideas and public issues of great importance in order to prepare them to navigate these issues in the real world to make the greatest impact for Jesus’ kingdom. To accomplish this, Sattler will from time to time engage outside speakers – experts and thought leaders in their respective fields – to engage in dialogue with our students. We do this because we understand that, sometimes, while those with the greatest knowledge or expertise in a subject may or may not share our faith commitments, they can still offer valuable perspectives that can benefit our students. 

Having a speaker on campus is not an endorsement of his views or opinions and by no means signals agreement or alignment with the speaker in general or on any specific issue addressed. Should a speaker ever espouse views or opinions in direct contradiction to our stated Founding Precepts, we would of course address this with our students in an appropriate venue.