Featured Keynote Programs
Womanhood and the Gospel
How does the gospel impact our understanding of womanhood? We’ll look at our Creation, our Sin and our Redemption as women.
How to Cultivate Connection
We all desire to have close friends within our communities, but it can seem so challenging to see that desire come to fruition! So what can we do? How can we work to create an environment where deep and meaningful friendships can form? Here are 8 ways we can all work to create environments in our churches where friendship and community can blossom.
Connecting with God through the Word
The Bible is not our savior; it simply points us to Him. So how do we make sure we aren’t making the same mistake the Pharisees did, becoming experts in theology and never connecting with Jesus?
Real Power for Lasting Change
We naturally gravitate to ﬁve-step plans or self-help advice to bring about change in our own lives. But lasting transformation comes not as we follow a to-do list, but as we walk with a Person.
Replicating Our Faith
We need multigenerational relationships. Titus 2 makes it clear that we need older women teaching and discipling younger women. But sometimes that can seem so intimidating to walk out. Why should we replicate our faith? What exactly are we replicating? And how do we do it?
Counterfeit Friendship (First of 3-part seminar based on the book, Friendish)
We’re more connected than ever. And we’re lonelier than ever. What’s the problem here? In this ﬁrst session, you’ll see the real culprit behind our loneliness and the only solution while learning about 3 counterfeits of true friendship that we all need to avoid.
Redeﬁning Friendship (Second of 3-part seminar based on the book, Friendish)
How does the gospel change friendship? How does our access to the fountain of living water transform how we relate to others? This session seeks to redeﬁne four things in light of the gospel: how we practice friendship, our needs in friendship, the true enemy of friendship and our mission in friendship.
Fostering a Culture of Healthy Friendships (Third of 3-part seminar based on the book, Friendish)
How can you help change the culture of your school, church, and community? Here are 5 sure-ﬁre ways to ﬁght for deep and meaningful community for yourself and for others.
What Does it Mean to Know God?
How can you tell if you truly know God? There are 3 counterfeit versions of knowing God to watch out for and a few key signs that you have the real thing.
What Do I Need to Know God?
What is required to have a friendship with God? To ﬁnd the answer, we’ll a look at the woman at the well in John 4. In this scene, we see (1) what Jesus oﬀers, (2) what Jesus reveals, and (3) who Jesus is.
How Do I Live to Know God?
We were made to know God. But how do we know a God we cannot see? How do we foster a friendship with a God we cannot sit across from? First, we need to count the cost. And secondly, we need to learn to use the paths God has given us to know him.
Food Is Not Your Savior
The conversation about food is often driven by fear. Fear of calories, GMOs, and gluten. But we don’t have to be driven by our fears in food. In this talk, learn how the fear of God frees us from our fear of food and teaches us to eat in faith and to the glory of God alone.
Glory In the Highest (Christmas Message)
The birth of Christ puts the shocking humility of God on display and when we marvel at his lowliness, it equips us to handle every challenge we face during the holidays.
Embracing Diﬃculties in Ministry
(For Christian leaders)
Learn how to make it through all the challenges of ministry with joy and purpose.