Breakthrough Renewal Institute 2019 - Hubbard

You are registering for the Breakthrough Renewal Institute at Hubbard United Methodist Church, September 12-13, 2019.

 

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*Breakout Session #1 - Friday from 9 - 10 am

A Learner’s Guide to Evangelism, Part I: Fred Vanderwerf, District Superintendent, Southern Prairie District
What do I really need to know to be an evangelist? How can I share faith without being a jerk? How will I know if I was successful? These sessions will look at evangelism in a way that merely requires a curious and learning heart. We will look at concepts cross-cultural missionaries employ as a way to inform how we share our faith right next door. 

Congregational Breakthrough Prayer: Cynthia Williams, Superintendent, Minnesota River Valley District
What does it mean to reclaim prayer as a central fiber of our life together? This breakout session will focus on the barriers to    being a praying church and a praying congregation and how to overcome them.
 
Lay Ministry: Rekindle the Flame: Terry Sullivan, Marian Hanson, Susan Cafferty:  Minnesota Annual Conference Lay Ministries Team
You love the church. You want to serve, but how and where? Learn about your spiritual gifts and discover your passions and   options to serve as lay persons in your church
 
Preaching Refresher:  Video
This session features a video by Dave Ward, Associate Professor of Homiletics and Practical Theology at Indiana Wesleyan
University. In addition to teaching at IWU, Dr. Ward has served as a church pastor, itinerant preacher and preaching coach. 

 

A Learner’s Guide to Evangelism, Part I 33 available
Congregational Breakthrough Prayer 50 available
Lay Ministry: Rekindle the Flame 42 available
Preaching Refresher 53 available
A Learner’s Guide to Evangelism, Part I: There are only 33 available
Congregational Breakthrough Prayer: There are only 50 available
Lay Ministry: Rekindle the Flame: There are only 42 available
Preaching Refresher: There are only 53 available
*Breakout Session #2 - Friday from 10:30 - 11:30 am

A Learner’s Guide to Evangelism, Part II: Fred Vanderwerf, District Superintendent, Southern Prairie District
Continuing from Breakout Session 1 

Becoming an Invitational Church: Panel
Enjoy, learn and take home new ideas and tools as you discover the difference in making the leap from "welcoming" to "inviting" people to your church.   

New Engagement … New Leaders … New Impact, Part I: Ben Ingebretson, Dakota-Minnesota Director For New Church Development  
Drawing on field-tested examples, this workshop is designed to survey fresh practical ways in which any church can multiply   community engagement, multiply new leaders and multiply their overall impact. Note: This is the first of two sessions; see below for Part II, Start a New Service to Reach New People.

Seeing Your Church Through Fresh Eyes: HUMC Panel
What do visitors experience at your church?  You might be surprised!  Members of Hubbard's Healthy Church Initiative (HCI)  Leadership Team will share some surprising insights they received from having mystery visitors attend their church.  

A Learner’s Guide to Evangelism, Part II 47 available
Becoming an Invitational Church 26 available
New Engagement … New Leaders … New Impact, Part I 47 available
Seeing Your Church Through Fresh Eyes 63 available
A Learner’s Guide to Evangelism, Part II: There are only 47 available
Becoming an Invitational Church: There are only 26 available
New Engagement … New Leaders … New Impact, Part I: There are only 47 available
Seeing Your Church Through Fresh Eyes: There are only 63 available
*Breakout Session #3 - Friday from 1:45 - 2:45 pm

Community Connections: Dawn Houser, Pastor, Aitkin United Methodist Church
Any faith community feeling that it does not have resources, people or finances to engage in meaningful, well-planned, fun-filled, outward-thinking ministries will want to hear about strategies to overcome this concern. This session will give some examples of how to engage locally and collaborate with different entities in order to grow the Kingdom of God in your own community.
 
Lay Leadership: Laurie Kantonen, District Superintendent, North Star District
Everyone brings different gifts to the table. In this session, you will learn the importance of getting the right people in the right  places to move your church forward. 
 
Social Media:
Christa Meland, Communications Director for the Minnesota Annual Conference
Discover how to effectively use social media as a tool to communicate with your church members and to enhance your outreach  to the community at large.
 
Start a New Service to Reach New People, Part II: Ben Ingebretson, Dakota-Minnesota Director For New Church Development  
Learn how to leverage church planting methods to start a new service that reaches new people. Avoid the mistakes and maximize this low risk high reward strategy that most any church can do.  Note: This session builds on information presented in Part I, New Engagement … New Leaders … New Impact.
 

Community Connections 19 available
Lay Leadership 35 available
Social Media 70 available
Start a New Service to Reach New People, Part II 59 available
Community Connections: There are only 19 available
Lay Leadership: There are only 35 available
Social Media: There are only 70 available
Start a New Service to Reach New People, Part II: There are only 59 available
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