Leading practitioners all over N.America who have and are planting multiethnic churches in several contexts share best practices, challenges and opportunities to engage all people groups.
Struggling to connect with students and their families? Leading practitioners share best practices and common challenges in both Kids and Student Ministries who are serving in Multiethnic contexts.
Hear stories and multiple models of how and why sharing a building and maybe even a vision for your community might be challenging, but mutually beneficial.
Devotion involves the elimination of all that is contrary to God.
Dr. Wayne Schmidt, Ministry Velocity
Discipleship methods can become dated, just like a leisure suit from the 1970s. Wayne Schmidt gives four dynamics that are essential to successful discipleship.
A group of tested pastors and leaders in the local church, district level and academia will join us to share their experience and field your questions about "How do you diversify your staff or team?"
How can a small church without lots of resources and a great deal of infrastructure get a quality resident? Is there a difference between an internship and a residency? Learn about this with topic...
How loud, how contemporary or traditional are usually difficult conversation between pastors, boards and congregations when it comes to worship. Panelists will share from their contexts and practices.
FUEL 2017 brought 250 youth workers together. The Holy Spirit moved and brought a hunger for God that changed people.
The percentage of Wesleyan churches that are minority or multiethnic has grown from 6.7% in 1994 to 20%.
IGNITE Camps will run from July 10-15 for middle school students and July 17-22 for high school students. Early bird pricing is $275 per camper and then moves to $300 after March 1st.