Please RSVP by emailing City Director Samuel Feemster by Tuesday, May 23, 2017.Find out more »
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RSVP by emailing City Director Samuel Feemster * Tentative eventFind out more »
Based on the seven “I AM” statements of Jesus, Collyde Summit 2017 is about Jesus. It’s about worshipping Jesus, and not just for what He has done, but for who He is. As our knowledge of who Christ is grows, so will our confidence in what He’s accomplished on our behalf. Collyde Summit 2017 is all about focusing on Jesus Christ, in whom everything lives and moves and has purpose. Register on their website. Matt and Chip will have an exhibit table…Find out more »
Movement Day (MD) was launched in 2010, as a one-day to three-day gathering of ministry, marketplace and non-profit leaders passionate about cities and the Gospel of Jesus. It is an initiative of The New York City Leadership Center (NYCLC), a not-for-profit ministry focused on training Christian leaders to impact their cities. Register on their website. Matt and Chip will have an exhibit table and will be hosting breakouts and/or meals nearby. Stay tuned for details.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.