If you answered yes to the question in the subject line, then you are not alone. I communicate regularly with thousands of pastors who are asking for help.
The same pastors looking for help are also looking for community. But not just any community. A community that understands the obstacles and challenges of church revitalization and will relate to their current season of ministry.
I am excited to announce the official launch of Revitalize 2020. I have been talking about it for months, and today the Revitalize Network team launched the official website. We are partnering with Idea Network, a community of like-minded individuals seeking to advance the kingdom of God, to host this very special event.
Revitalize 2020 is a purposeful training event that includes worship times and breakout sessions that will equip your team in the ministry of church revitalization. Revitalize 2020 will focus on revitalizing self, revitalizing the church, and revitalizing your community. With every element rooted in Scripture, attendees will leave Revitalize 2020 inspired, motivated, and encouraged to grow healthy churches together.
Revitalize 2020 will be held on April 20-21, 2020 in Bradenton, Florida. Space is limited to 500, and there are already 100 registered.
You don’t want to miss our first ever Revitalize event. Super early bird pricing will close February 4th. Registration is currently as low as $99.
Revitalize 2020 is presented by the North American Mission Board and ChurchReplanters.com. More than 10% of churches in North America are at risk of closing and the North American Mission Board is committed to reversing this trend by decreasing the death rate of existing churches while simultaneously increasing the birth rate of new churches. To learn more about what it means to become a replanting pastor or to explore resources for replanting and revitalization in your own church, visit ChurchReplanters.com.
Posted on January 16, 2020
With nearly 40 years of ministry experience, Thom Rainer has spent a lifetime committed to the growth and health of local churches across North America.
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