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Jul 12, 2013
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Saturday is for Seminars: Sentralized in Kansas City

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Saturday is for Seminars: Sentralized in Kansas City

This September I will be speaking at Sentralized in Kansas City. It's a conference for pastors, church planters, individuals, and teams of church members that are working through the issues and ideas of missional living and learning. I'm looking forward to connecting with many friends from the list of speakers:

Alan and Deb Hirsch, Michael Frost, Neil Cole, Hugh Halter, Jen Hatmaker, Noel Castellanos, Dave Ferguson, Lance Ford, Kim Hammond, Kirsten Strand, Danielle Strickland, Brandon Hatmaker, Caesar Kalinowski, Matt Smay, Kathy Escobar, Mark Labberton, Dan Southerland, Bob Roberts, Omar Reyes, Gary Kendall, Brad Brisco, Mischele Brisco, Ryan Hairston, Laura Hairston, Dave Runyon, Cam Roxburgh, Jon Shirley, Joey Turner, Mike King, Chris Folmsbee, Kevin Colon, and Dave Zimmerman.

Here is some more info on the confernece:

Sentralized is about helping the missional conversation move beyond theory. It is about to inspiring and propelling the church to engage in God's mission in life changing ways. As always, Sentralized 2013 will give significant focus on practical engagement through the stories and personal examples of some of the best missional practitioners around. If you desire to gain a clearer, deeper understanding of the missional conversation, but would also benefit from knowing how to engage your local context, then join us this September in Kansas City.

Here are just a few of the topics that will be covered:

  • Every Believer a Justice Seeker, with Jen & Brandon Hatmaker
  • The Art of Neighboring, with Dave Runyon
  • Resourcing God's People for Mission, with Matt Smay & Hugh Halter
  • Going Deep in The Hood, with Kirsten Strand
  • A Missional Agenda for Neighborhood Transformation, with Michael Frost
  • The Story of God: Making Disciples & Building Community, with Caesar Kalinowski

For more information, visit sentralizedconference.com.

Related Topics:Missions
Posted:July 12, 2013 at 10:17 pm

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