Thursday, September 26 - Saturday, September 28
Join us as we learn from thought leaders, pastors, and church innovators how we can love our communities better and share the Good News winsomely and effectively.
Our time together will propel you to deepen your Christian life and confidently shine the light of the gospel. Good For All will empower ALL Christ-followers — growing disciples, leaders, pastors, and community/professional leaders.
Discover how YOU can:
– Love your neighbors in real ways where you live, work, and play
– Build unprecedented good will in your community
– Start and grow relationships with people outside the church
– Create bridges of friendship with spiritual explorers
Discover how YOUR CHURCH can:
– Engage your community, whatever your context
– Move from an inward to an outward focus
– Make outreach a passionate priority of every ministry
– Learn to share the good news in a non-threatening way
Bob Goff, NY Times Best-Selling Author of “Love Does” and “Everybody, Always”
Lee Strobel, NY Times Best-Selling Author of over 20 books including “The Case for Christ”
Dave Runyon, Author of “The Art of Neighboring”
Kristin Schell, Author and Founder of The Turquoise Table and Front Yard People Movement
Alejandro Mandes, Director of All Peoples Ministries. Founder of Immigrant Hope and GATEWAY Theological Institute
Philip Abode, Lead Pastor of Crossover Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. An innovator in creating partnerships with community organizations
Catherine Gates, Senior Director of Content & Partnerships for Workmatters
Fazale Rana, Vice President of Research & Apologetics at Reasons to Believe
Craig Springer, Executive Director of Alpha USA
Garry Poole, Author of the award-winning “Seeker Small Groups” plus the Tough Questions series, and numerous study guides with Lee Strobel.
Jerry & Nancy Foster, FamilyLife Speakers
Kimberly Stuart, Author of eight published novels including the Heidi Elliot series.
Clint Grider, Cheif Integration Officer at Auxano
Amy Thorson, Iowa Network Director for Alpha, helping local churches create a safe space where people can explore life’s big questions.
Quintin Stieff, Lead Pastor of Valley Church in Des Moines, Iowa