The Common Good conference was created as a way to engage in a conversation about the common good — a subject that is not often addressed directly, especially among Christians. What is the common good? Why is the common good so central to the mission of the church? And what are some practical ways we can pursue the common good, both as individuals and churches? Atlanta will join 19 other sites for this unique conference experience featuring a combination of simulcast presentations…Find out more »
Join MTF Atlanta for lunch to hear from a panel of consultants about the unique challenges and opportunities for Christians in this demanding line of work and to discuss together how pastors and churches can care for and equip believers in this strategic professional space.
RHR International will host lunch in their office at the corner of 10th Street and W Peachtree, which can be easily accessed from the Midtown MARTA station.
Join MTF Atlanta for this virtual learning opportunity. Hear from a panel of consultants about the unique challenges and opportunities for Christians in this demanding line of work and to discuss together how pastors and churches can care for and equip believers in this strategic professional space.
This unique season of disruption has given us lots of opportunity to learn - about the vocations of our congregants, about technology that enables worship in a digital format, about the needs of our communities, about our own practices of pastoral care. Join us to hear from Matt Rusten, Executive Director of Made to Flourish, and from a panel of local pastors about the lessons we as pastors are collectively learning right now.
Many pastors struggle to maintain healthy practices of work and rest. And that was true before a pandemic that forced us to reinvent most of our ministry! Join us to learn from Neal Salzman of The Rest Initiative about how we can use this time of disruption to establish more sustainable practices of work and rest!
Six months ago medical professionals were lauded as the heroes of the pandemic. After some of the most stressful months of their working lives, the end is still not in sight, and many are tired, struggling, and in need of support. Join us to hear from a panel of medical professionals about how pastors and churches can be especially mindful of the unique needs of these members of our congregations and communities in the coming months.