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May 24, 2014
Seminars

Saturday is for Seminars: All Pentecostal, All Week. Go!

I'm hanging out with Pentecostals two different countries this week-- pray we honor Christ in all we do. |
Saturday is for Seminars: All Pentecostal, All Week. Go!

I'm looking forward to being with several Pentecostal groups. Pentecostals are evangelicals-- just happier than most! :-)

Donna and I are headed to Calgary as I post this. We will spend a few days in Canmore and Banff for some days off. Then, I'll speak that the following Pentecostal meetings.

Please pray that we make much of Jesus!

Sunday, May 25—The Branch in Canmore, Alberta, Canada

Last week I offered to preach for a small, "normal" church pastor around Banff, Alberta. The first church that responded is a Pentecostal church and I am looking forward to joining the folks at The Branch in Canmore tomorrow. They are actually in a new location and are relaunching tomrorow. I blogged yesterday about the church and some of their values. I look forward to it (and love that it is one mine-- or 1.6 kilometers-- from my hotel!).

Wednesday, May 28—Foursquare Church in Dallas

After spending a few days in Canada and worshiping on Sunday with the people of The Branch in Canmore, I'll fly down to Dallas for the day and spend time with the Foursquare Church. Here's a bit of what I'm doing in Dallas:

10:20am: Main Session: The Need for Transformational Churches
11am and 2pm: Breakout: Healthy Transformational Churches

Thursday and Friday, May 29-30—The Congress of Apostolic Ministries, Apostolic Church of Pentecost in Calgary

When I am finished spending time with my friends in Dallas (and Donna is still in Banff!), I'll fly back to Canada and head over to the Congress of Apostolic Ministries in Calgary.

Here is my schedule there:

Thursday

9am: The Mission Field: How Churches are Understanding and Engaging Their Cultural Contexts

10:30am: Revitalized Churches on Mission: How Churches are Coming Back from Decline and Seeing Genuine Transformation

1:30pm: New Churches on Mission: How Church Multiplication Advances the Kingdom of God

8pm: An Engaged Mission Force: Engaging More of God's People in Mission

Friday with the International Delegates

9am: Disciple Making Movements/Church Planting Movements

1pm: Shift from Parenting to Partnering

I hope to see you at one of these places-- but if you can't be there, please pray we make much of Jesus.

Posted:May 24, 2014 at 8:50 am

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