Time to register for the IN Conference

Phil Schroeder


Fantastic workshops and outstanding speakers - that's what you will find at the IN Conference at Dunwoody UMC, September 14-16, 2010. (That's only 7 short weeks away!) We have some of the finest experts in the country presenting workshops and keynote speeches.

There will be 50 different workshops. Topics include Small Church Ministries, Large Church Ministries, Children, Youth, Involvement, Small Groups, Needs-based Evangelism, Worship Planning, Worship and the Arts, Emerging Church, Church Administration, Community Missions, and Travel to Israel, among others.

Our INspiring leadership team of speakers and teachers include:
Coach Dan Reeves
Dan Kimball
Jan Love
Tyrone Gordon
Bishop Mike Watson
Bishop Larry Goodpaster
Wiley Stephens

Other speakers and teachers include Tom Davis, Almeda Wright, Anne Burkholder, Becky Pierson, Ernest Pullen, Gregg Capin, Jason Byassee, Malone Dodson, Mary Lou Boice, Pam Crews, Troy Bronsink, David Melton,Joy Melton, Lee Brogden-Culberson, Sandy Mabry, Joe Diaz, Jim Boyea, Sean Taylor, Richard Hunter, Sonny Walden, Stephen Streett, Zach Martin, Walter Kimbrough, Bob Winstead, Stuart Greene, Susan Marshall, Micky Young and many others!

Register online at http://register.leadershipnexus.org/register.php?eventid=1001. There is a discounted EARLY BIRD rate through Aug. 24.

Receive 2.0 Continuing Education Units for attending this training event.

Scholarships are available. The board of our Church Leadership Training Foundation is so enthusiastic about helping Christians and churches who want training but are having difficulties in getting the finances to do it. They
have added more money to our scholarship fund.

We are offering scholarships for half the registration fee ($137) to those who need help. If you are at that place, needing some help financially to attend a training event, please let me know and the scholarship is available to you until the funds run out. Please email me with questions or visit the conference website.

comments powered by Disqus