Every third Tuesday, 1-2 p.m. CST
Many churches have assumed that they don't have the resources or numbers to reach new people and grow their congregation. But what if you don't have to have a large congregation to reach new people?
Chasing after God’s vision, congregations in the Missouri Annual Conference of all sizes, have seen a growth vision turn into creating new places for new people. In this webinar series we’ll feature pastors, church planters, and lay leaders from churches of all sizes who will share their stories of growth and provide tools that you can use in your congregation and community.
Mark your calendars for these upcoming dates and topics (all third Tuesdays of each month):
Experiencing Transformational Community in a Band: Why and how to lead someone to follow Christ for the first time and rediscover relational discipleship in transformation community via The Band Meeting
Kevin Watson and Scott Kisker, authors of The Band Meeting, will present.
Why and how to create a Ministry Action Plan for breakthrough in your ministry
Rev. Nathan Stanton is the Director of Congregational Excellence for the Great Plains Annual Conference
Exponential: Why and how to multiply your ministry
Rev. Dr. Ken Nash is the lead pastor of Wesleyan Church of Hamburg in Hamburg, New York. He formerly served as teaching pastor and multisite director at Cornerstone Church in Caledonia, Michigan.
Discipleship: Why and how to create a discipleship pathway for your church with Mike Schreiner
Mike Schreiner started at Morning Star UMC in 1999 as
a new church out of SunRise UMC in O’Fallon. Morning Star has been the fastest growing church in the Missouri Conference, and is also
the largest, with an average weekly worship attendance of more than 2,000. Schreiner’s new book, co-authored with Ken Willard, is Stride: Creating a Pathway of
Discipleship for Your Church.
Why and how to start a new worship service
Why and how to start a new small group with Angie McNeil and Robyn Miller of Woods Chapel UMC
Angie McNeil is the Small Groups Pastor at Woods Chapel. Robyn Miller is the Lead Pastor at Woods Chapel.
Narrative Budgeting: Why and how to do narrative budgeting to tell your church’s story
Our discussion will be centered on the book A Spirituality of Fundraising by Henri Nouwen.
Why and how to change the world through social entrepreneurship
Our discussion will center on the book How to Change the World: Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas by David Bornstein.
Why and how to influence for behavioral change
Our discussion will center on the book Influencer: The New Science of Leading Change by Joseph Grenny, Kerry Patterson, David Maxfield, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler.
Innovative Mission: Why and how to innovate mission through Fresh Expressions of the Church
Our discussion will center on the book From the Steeple to the Street by Travis Collins.
Let's Talk About It: Why and how to have crucial conversations in your church and community
Our discussion will center on the book Holding up Your Corner by Willis Johnson.