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Revitalize: Re-energizing the Church for the Kingdom of God (Central/Valley)

Date: September 19, 2020
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Location:
Woodland Baptist Church
4434 Thomas Nelson Hwy
Arrington, VA 22922


See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. (Isaiah 43:19 NIV)

Registration for this event has reached capacity and is now closed. If additional spots become available, we will reopen registration at that time.

Breakout Sessions:

Innovative Ways to Disciple (Tony Brooks)

Come join me to learn about new ways to disciple others from one on one to small groups, and more.

See How They Grow (Kim Eskridge)

How can we teach the love of Christ to children in a meaningful way that reaches them where they are?

From Praying to Planning (Lance King)

How might a congregation develop a strategic plan conceived by the Spirit and born of the prayerful imaginations of parishioners?  A well-compiled spiritual strategic plan can guide your congregation to a year of purposeful ministry.

Guests Are Typically Looking for More than a Visitors Card (Greg McCormick)

A new person or family who chooses to attend your church made an investment of time and energy.  They are likely taking a risk of stepping into the unknown.  Are we willing to invest in them?  Consider how to appropriately disciple new church attendees and equip them for leadership.  Hint: It’s all about relationship!

Rethinking Evangelism and Culture (Mike Pumphrey)

The landscape of the church in North America looks more different than it ever has.  As leaders are asking questions of the future, we cannot lose the importance of ReThinking our evangelistic efforts.  Though our efforts must look different than yesteryear, the Spirit is moving. We must learn to follow into His Mission.

What are You(th) Willing to Do? (Danny Quirin)

What on earth does a volunteer and church need to do in order to be attractional to this generation of teens for heaven’s sake?

Dealing with Differences to Prevent Serious Conflict and Resolving  Disputes Before They Escalate into Conflict (Cynthia Shackelford)

God creates each of us as unique individuals who think, act, experience and communicate very differently.  These differences allow us to strengthen our churches but can also provoke divisions and conflict.  Our challenge is to learn how to address differences so that they strengthen rather than divide.

Fresh Expressions (Gannon Sims)

How can we in the Church embrace our heritage as the body of Christ while engaging those who don’t even know they need to be part of that body?  Come and learn how Fresh Expressions can be a gift to your church as you seek to reach your community for Christ.

Leading Your Church into Your Community (Jerry Stanfield)

My session will deal with how a church can use creative ideas to get out of the four walls of the church and into the community to do missions and ministry as a means to reach its community for Christ.

Miracles Still Happen (Cindy Elmore)

Come celebrate how the Lord uses our gifts both now and in the future to transform lives and strengthen ministries.

 

Cost:

  • BGAV and local Baptist Association Church Members: $15 per person
  • Non-BGAV Church Members: $30 per person

Lunch will be provided. Childcare will also be available for $10 per child.

Each participant will also receive a free copy of Thom Rainer’s new book, Scrappy Church.

 

Registration Deadline: March 11, 2020

Registration for this event has reached capacity and is now closed. If additional spots become available, we will reopen registration at that time.

Skip Wallace : [staff-title] Skip Wallace
Field Strategist, Valley Region
804.461.1110
skip.wallace@bgav.org

Angela House : [staff-title] Angela House
Congregational Field Staff Administrative Assistant
800.255.2428 or 804.915.5000, ext. 5293
angela.house@bgav.org