Church Health Check-Up
How healthy is your church? Regent University invites you to join us as Pastor Dwight Mason offers practical insight on ensuring that your church is healthy and thriving.
This dynamic event will examine:
- Congregational Health – strategic lessons in church planting and outreach
- Staff Health – keeping your staff motivated and inspired
- Personal/Spiritual Health – avoiding burn out and growing your own faith
- Financial Health – making wise choices in spending
I look forward to seeing you!
Your friend in ministry,
Director of Church Relations
Dwight Mason is lead pastor of NewPointe Community Church in Ohio, one of America's fastest-growing churches, according to Outreach Magazine. He has nearly 30 years of experience in church growth.
Bonus "Ask a Pastor" Panel, with:
Dr. Bobby Hill, Church Planter and Educator; Pastor Dan Backens, New Life Providence Church; Dr. Jim Wall, Community Church of Western Branch; Dr. Kirk Houston, Gethsemane Community Baptist Church; and Dr. Darryl Clark, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church.
Thursday, May 23, 2013
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Event is free but registration required.
Regent University Chapel
Virginia Beach, Virginia
View Campus Map (Building 6)
David Kleffman, Director of Church Relations firstname.lastname@example.org
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