Ministry Leadership Project

The Nehemiah Workshop:
Building the People to Meet the Need

Thursday, July 17, 2014
10:00AM – 4:00PM
Seattle Pacific University | Upper Gwinn Commons
Registration: $75 for individuals | $50/person for teams of 4 or more!

 
 
 

 

We Help God’s People Build their Walls

After humbling himself before God, the king asked Nehemiah why he was sad and what he wanted. Their open conversation inspired Nehemiah so that he was able to build a massive wall through a network of faithful people — people that God had put right in front of him. What wall are you trying to build in your ministry, and who are the high potential contributors around you who are waiting for that transcendent mission that will stretch them and build their faith?

The Ministry Leadership Project is a high energy day-long conference focused on two things:

1) Helping you build the wall God has called you to build right now.
2) Inspiring your people and building them up at the same time.

On July 17, you and your team of ministry staff and volunteers are invited to join other teams from around the region for the next Ministry Leadership Offsite. It’s about investing in the faithful leaders around you and getting something accomplished at the same time.

Our noteworthy speakers include:

Rob McKenna, MBA, PhD

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Executive Director
CLRD
Read more about Dr. McKenna

Jason Morriss

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Director of Credentialing
Free Methodist Church
Read more about Jason

 

Who Should Come?

If you lead in a church or ministry, non-profit, small group, or worship team, and you are responsible for the growth and development of one other person, then workshop is for you. We understand leadership as more than a role given, but rather, something that can be engaged no matter what title you may have. We want everyone from senior pastors to small groups leaders, and executive directors to volunteer coordinators to come and be a part of the leadership conversation that may change the entire way you think about leading.

Where to Stay

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