Free Pastors Luncheon: How to Promote Diverse Ministry in Your Church

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Do you want to promote diversity in your congregation? Desiring diversity is easy. Making it a reality is harder.

Our friends at Made to Flourish want to help. They are hosting a free luncheon on April 20, 2017 for pastors in North Carolina’s Research Triangle.

Guest speakers Walter Strickland, K.J. Hill and Chris Green will talk about the cultural climate and how churches can pursue unity and ethnic diversity in effective ministry. Plus, attendees will receive a free resource starter pack with books selected by the speakers.

If you’re a pastor, you’re invited to this event, and you can bring up to two church leaders along with you. (Please register in advance.)

The Details

What: Faith, Work, and Ethnicity: Helping Churches Promote Diverse Ministry (featuring Walter Strickland, K.J. Hill and Chris Green)

When: April 20, 12-2 pm

Where: Maggiano’s Little Italy (Southpoint Mall)

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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