What Ministry Conferences Are You Attending in 2015 & 2016?

Kent Shaffer —  December 13, 2014 — 4 Comments

Church Relevance’s list of 2015 church conference recommendations has been updated to over 80 ministry conferences throughout 2015 and 2016. It is not too early to start planning which ones you can attend.

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4 responses to What Ministry Conferences Are You Attending in 2015 & 2016?

  1. This will be the fifth year for The Uprising in Lexington, Kentucky on May 1, and it will be the fifth year I have attended. I think every pastor and church leader should go at least once. It is hands down the best local church conference I have ever attended. It really is not a how-to conference as much as it is watch-us-do-it conference. They literally demonstrate what makes their church successful, and inspire you, because the why and how become so obvious.

  2. I’ll be attending Inhabit Conference (April 25-26th, http://www.inhabitconference.com/) and Wild Goose Festival! (June 26-29th, http://www.wildgoosefestival.org/)

  3. Please ad WFX to Church Relevance’s list of 2014 & 2015 church conference recommendations.

    WFX 2014 Dallas – National conference and expo for Church leaders seeking education, services and products to grow their ministry.

    Pre-conference Sept. 30 Conference & Expo Oct. 1-2, 2014

    About WFX: Education taught by churches for churches. 90+education and training sessions across 9 core topics, 40+ Hands-On Training (HOT) technology sessions, 30 Worship Team sessions, Tech Leaders Retreat, WFX Awards and Expo floor with 225+ booths for churches

    Speakers: Miles McPherson (Keynote), Ed Stetzer (Keynote), Worship lead by Ricardo Sanchez and many more.

    http://www.wfxweb.com

    Cost: $165-$300

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