Event Will Provide a Step-by-Step Process to Help Congregations Discern God’s Vision for Their Future
WASHINGTON, DC — Registration is open for the Discovering God’s Future for Your Church Conference and Live Stream. Hosted by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary, the event will provide a step-by-step process to help congregations discern God’s vision for their future.
Discovering God’s Future for Your Church is Saturday, November 5, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Conference attendees may participate in person at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC, or via live stream from their own computer or mobile device across the globe. The event is ecumenical and designed for both laity and clergy.
At Discovering God’s Future for your Church, attendees will learn how to discern God’s vision for their congregations — a step-by-step process for considering the strengths, challenges, and people that God has given them both in their churches and in communities. This process can reveal what God is calling their congregation to be and to do.
Attendees will learn that whether God’s vision for their church is large or small, it has to be right for their congregation — right at this time, right in their context. And they will learn how to make this vision come alive in their churches to be faithful and fruitful to God’s will.
Topics include: Your Church’s Future and the Clarity of Vision; How to Discern a Vision; Living the Vision; and The Power of Vision.
Discovering God’s Future for Your Church is presented by Dr. Lovett H. Weems, Jr., distinguished professor of church leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary and director of the Lewis Center.
Additional conference and live stream information and registration is available at https://www.churchleadership.com/discovering-gods-future-church.
The Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary is a resource for clergy, lay, and denominational leaders. Through resources, research, and teaching, the Center supports visionary spiritual leaders in addressing issues crucial to the church’s faithful and fruitful witness.