Non-MTF National Conferences
Catalyst West is hosting a conference on March 30-31 in Irvine, CA. This conference's theme is "Uncommon Fellowship" because Uncommon Fellowship possesses the strength of our witness, bears the heart of God, and provides a signpost of the Kingdom to come. Learn more and register at the conference website.Find out more »
Description Humanity, being in the image of God, is meant to be creative and manage our world. Yet it often seems that our daily responsibilities either become a god themselves or just serve as a distraction from serving the Lord. Work is not a product of the curse; rather it is a sacred call from God Himself! Join Faith@Work Chicago for this dynamic one-day conference and learn how to be an agent of worship and ministry in your place of…Find out more »
The Gospel Coalition 2017 National Conference celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, unleashed by God in 1517 when Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the Wittenberg door. Six plenary talks will proclaim the gospel of grace from Paul's inspired letter to the Galatians. Another three plenary talks will recount God's work in the lives of Luther, John Calvin, and other leaders in the broader Reformed tradition. Among our usual lineup of workshops, more than 10 will explore…Find out more »
Gather in 2017 as we welcome Q Conference home to Nashville, Tennessee for three days of preparation for the new realities facing our world. Together we’ll become equipped to lead our families, businesses, churches, organizations, institutions and industries. The Journey Over the last ten years we’ve convened thought leaders and innovators in some of America’s greatest cities to explore the tensions at the intersection of faith and culture. The Next Chapter This cultural moment calls for people who will proclaim…Find out more »
Acton University is a unique, four-day exploration of the intellectual foundations of a free society. Guided by a distinguished, international faculty, Acton University is an opportunity to deepen your knowledge and integrate philosophy, theology, business, development – with sound, market based, economics. Learn more about Acton University and register at the Acton University website.Find out more »
One thing I appreciated about the Compassion Group was the willingness to struggle with complex issues. Not only did we grapple with a more developed sense of poverty – relational, spiritual, and economic – but also with complex solutions. The benefit has been a fresh evaluation of our ministry practices and metrics. It was helpful to get to know the other pastors and their struggles with these issues and to visit FCS Ministries and see in practice the approaches we discussed. My hope is that I leave this experience asking better questions and having more discerning eyes to evaluate our processes of service and exchange. As an outreach pastor, this is invaluable.
Pastor Doug Rowland, Pastor at Outreach Ministries & Attendee of Compassion Workshop
My time with the Made to Flourish Preaching Virtual Workshop has been personally enriching. I have enjoyed engaging a group of leaders who seek to disassemble the walls of false understanding often erected between sacred and secular work. These leaders are helping their congregants realize that everything they do, including their work, is part of God’s call. Programs like these are vital for our spiritual leaders. It provides them a space to learn and fellowship with other leaders and it helps them forge a common purpose together.
Dr. John Byron, Professor at Ashland Theological Seminary & Leader of Preaching Workshop
The Compassion Group with Bob Lupton helped me organize my thoughts and challenge my assumptions about effective compassionate outreach. An online forum is a helpful way to gain new ideas for ministry.