TAG: SPEAKERS MEETING


LA Pastors’ Bottom Line: We Want to Help the City That We Live In

In conclusion of TogetherLA’s 4-part series on LA pastors who participated in a panel, we ask again: Is there hope for the City of Angels even though it often appears so broken, so filled with spiritual poverty among its people that a diagnosis may very well be — beyond repair? The answer as expressed by the four pastors that met at the beginning of this summer for a TogetherLA pop-up...

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Hillsong Colour Conference

With love and affection we extend our invitation to Colour 2017 We are so excited to announce COLOUR 1.0, our premium conference condensed into one day held in New York, Phoenix, and Los Angeles. Thank you for loving and leaning into this magnificent journey regarding the value, worth and wonder of the feminine heart. My husband Brian is famous for saying the best is yet to come – perhaps I’ll leave...

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Catalyst West

It’s common in our culture to sort, divide, and exclude. To look out for ourselves, make it at all costs, and leave others in our wake. But Jesus is building something uncommon. For the Catalyst Leader, uncommon fellowship tells the story of our family. Uncommon fellowship possesses the strength of our witness, bears the heart of God, and provides a signpost of the Kingdom to come. It’s time for a family meeting. Speakers:...

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KKLA Men’s Gathering VI

We invite you to join us for our 6th Men’s Gathering, Saturday, February 25, 2017 at Faithful Central Bible Church (400 W Florence Ave, Inglewood, CA 90301) for a special gathering of men, who come together, with a desire to be challenged, corrected, held accountable, encouraged and united, while standing firm on the Gospel of Jesus. For just $10, enjoy a special program that includes Keynote Speaker Bishop Kenneth Ulmer...

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AMP Conference – Reasons to Believe

If you’re like other people who’ve attended AMP before, it’s likely you’ve sat in church and heard your pastor talk about the importance of sharing the gospel. You know you have a calling to make disciples and should be talking to people. When it comes to actually doing it, it’s terrifying. Which makes sense because most people don’t naturally bring up religion in conversations. So you stay quiet because you’re afraid...

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