What resources do you think you need for your church? What does God say you need as resources for your church? How do you know the difference?
During three exciting roundtable discussions at General Conference 2019, we will attempt to uncomplicate these questions. Join our multicultural group as we use biblical principles and real case studies to cover how discipleship, evangelism and worship all work together — when stewarded properly — to completely resource every aspect God has planned for your church.
The format of these discussions will be set up as small group roundtables. Our panel of leaders will present information and thoughts on discipleship, evangelism and worship. We will provide case studies and testimonies from churches and individuals who have experienced God moving in these areas. We will also provide a few thought-provoking questions to the attendees for each session.
Your table groups will have the opportunity to discuss each topic and develop some transformational takeaways. Our prayer is for God to provide the right people, in the right seats, at the right time, working together to produce a harvest of resource information.
If you are a pastor or layperson interested in learning how stewardship can be taught and done better or if you think you have something that will help others, this is the session you will want to attend.
Join author and National Prayer Ministry Associate Director Brett Heintzman, Waynesboro (Virginia) Free Methodist Church Lead Pastor Chris Pulice with some help from a few Central African immigrant pastors, Free Methodist Foundation Vice President of Estate and Gift Planning and GuideStream Charitable Gift Fund President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Burkhart, me and a few other special guest speakers as we attempt to simplify and revitalize your ideas about stewardship and resourcing your church.
Everything you need is in or will be inside your church walls. Are you willing to harvest?
Mark Kehrer is the Saratoga Springs, New York, campus pastor of Revelation Church and the leader of the Stewardship and Resourcing focus group at General Conference 2019 (gc19.org). He previously served 24 years in the U.S. Navy and is a retired master chief.