Foundations for Community Transformation
If you know of a ministry leader yearning to experience more of God’s presence in their life and in their community, who are earnestly praying for change in their city and eager to join with others of like-mind to learn proven principles that have brought about long-lasting transformation and transforming revival to communities across the globe, I have an invitation for them.
I will be hosting Foundations for Community Transformation training beginning the evening of March 21st with a dinner and concluding at 3 p.m. on March 23th in Houston TX. Based on proven principles gleaned from 35 years of effective ministry, this gathering will be a time to imbibe the DNA of community transformation as revealed through the Somebody Cares model during times of presentation, discussion, and fellowship.
As part of our time together, participants will have the opportunity to:
-Interact with me and other proven practitioners in an up close and personal setting as I unpack the principles of 35 years of effective ministry strategies, along with testimonies from others who have seen God move as they put these principles into practice;
-Learn how to contextualize these principles to the needs of their own community;
-Understand how to assess and identify resources and other ministries in your community with a heart to reach the city;
-Connect with the extensive Somebody Cares America/International network of relationships for ongoing support.
Each attendee will also receive books and other helpful resources; the opportunity to set up a one-hour one-on-one follow-up session with me at a later date; and a certificate of completion.
I believe it is important for me to invest in and empower a new generation of transformational, front-line ministers and laborers to reach their communities in far greater ways than ever before. That is why I am committing to strategically mentor impassioned community transformation leaders of the next generation, who are willing to do whatever it takes to see God move. I want to pass on what I have learned so others can build on a solid foundation.