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Free Pastors Luncheon: Economic Wisdom, Flourishing and the Local Church

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How does economic wisdom intersect with the local church? How can we pursue flourishing churches and communities? You can find thoughtful responses to these questions and more at an upcoming luncheon with Made To Flourish (MTF).

Dr. Charlie Self, MTF’s Director of City Expansion and resident teacher, will be visiting the Raleigh-Durham network on April 30. Join us for two sessions on Monday, over lunch and dessert, on these topics:

  • “The Holy Spirit, Economic Wisdom and the Future of the Local Church”
  • “Flourishing Churches and Communities: Principles and Practices Across the USA”

Charlie Self holds a a PhD in theology, and he hails from the Assemblies of God. He has been on the ground floor of seeing God do amazing things through the MTF network in cities across the nation. He will come share these stories and his own unique perspective on Faith, Work and Economics.

Lunch will last from 12:00 -1:30PM, but you are invited stay for the second session and dessert from 1:30 – 2:45 PM.

If you’re a pastor, you’re invited to this free event. (Please register in advance.)

The Details

What: Equipping Lunch with an MTF Director: Dr. Charlie Self

When: April 30, 12 – 2:45 pm

Where: The DoubleTree by Hilton RDU
4810 Page Creek Lane
Durham, NC 27703

Price: Free (You must register in advance)

About Made to Flourish

Made to Flourish is a community of pastors that provides training, resources, access to thought leaders, national events and city network gatherings to help pastors connect more meaningfully and deeply with their congregations on a topic that profoundly affects their lives — work.

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