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A Presbyterian Outlook 90-minute webinar presented by Ray Jones
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at 4 p.m. ET
How is your congregation raising up new disciples? Are you looking for new approaches to ignite and engage your discipleship practices?
The Evangelism Office is becoming more convinced that if churches are making disciples, we will be starting new churches, reaching new people and doing justice in our communities.
A Presbyterian Outlook 90-minute webinar presented by Rob Fohr
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 4pm ET
How is your congregation reaching out to young adults?
In this webinar, Rob Fohr will help you navigate the expanse of perspectives and scores of new data on young adults and the “Millennial” generation. He will also focus on how this generation invites and responds to issues of faith.
A 90-minute Presbyterian Outlook webinar featuring Clif Christopher
August 27, 2013 at 2 p.m. EDT (11 a.m. PDT)
In this webinar, Dr. Christopher will discuss his belief that churches must change their whole culture around financial stewardship or risk losing more and more market share of philanthropic gifts.
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A Presbyterian Outlook 90-minute webinar presented by Henry Brinton
Will your church be ready for guests this summer and fall?
Summer is the perfect time to put a hospitality plan in place.
Henry Brinton's book "The Welcoming Congregation: Roots and Fruits of Christian Hospitality" blends the “how to” and the “why to” of Christian hospitality, presents the best practices of welcoming congregations across the theological spectrum, and offers concrete action plans for congregations.
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2 p.m. Eastern time (11a.m Pacific time) “HOW TO TALK ABOUT MONEY WITH THEOLOGICAL INTEGRITY"
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2 p.m. Eastern time (11a.m Pacific time)
“HOW TO TALK ABOUT MONEY WITH THEOLOGICAL INTEGRITY"
Jesus had much to say about money and the faithful use of possessions; in fact the Bible has more to say about this subject than love or prayer. Ironically, most pulpits are silent when it comes to money-talk except for the annual stewardship or “we-need-your-money” sermon. How different might the financial health of most American congregations be if clergy knew how to talk about money with theological integrity and pastoral sensitivity?