We invite you to view our past webinars that can provide essential insight and equip you in your ministry.
Leadership Development and Discipleship Webinars
“What would change about your worship service if the Holy Spirit were to depart? Would things continue as usual? It’s amazing the things that. an be done without His presence. Truth is, every Sunday there are churches who go through liturgical motions and never engage with the presence of the Holy Spirit. In this webinar we will examine practical inspirational ways we can purposely engage with the presence of the Spirit and demonstrate what a Spirit-Led Church is all about. Terry Mahan’s presentation title is “Engaging the Presence of the Holy Spirit in Your Worship Service”
The church must become an agent of social and spiritual transformation in the community. With vision and personal commitment Carswell has led the State Street Community Church in fulfilling their mission, “To positively impact the communities we are called to serve with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” I have full confidence that he will inspire you to engage in greater Christian witness in your community as well. Bishop Carswell Leonard’s presentation title is “Community Engagement Beyond Sunday Mornings.”
The gospel you preach determines the disciples you make. The reason so many disciple-making efforts fail at the local church level is they don’t begin with Jesus’ kingdom gospel. Ben Sobel’s presentation title is “The Discipleship Gospel.”
In this session, we will learn the 7 cultural keys to becoming a healthy growing church. Michael Turner’s presentation title is “Creating an Environment that Promotes Church Growth.”
I have seen ministers that are extremely nice people, have incredible teaching gifts, and are creative in outreach efforts, yet fail to establish meaningful connections with individuals in their sphere of influence. Why is that? What kind of connections are people looking for? We will answer this question in our time together. Scott Lee’s presentation title is “Meaningful Connections as a Pastor/Leader.”
“If you a pastor of a small church – especially a bivocational one- there seems to be an eternal trade off. Every hour spent pastoring is an hour lost to reaching new people and the hour reaching new people is an hour lost pastoring. So what’s a pastor to do? Karl Vater presentation title is “Equipping the poeple you have to reach the people you don’t have.”