Making Plurality Work: October 15, 2016.
Does eldership as described in the Bible really work as the go to leadership structure for the local church? It looks good on paper, but does it make sense for real life of the church in our world today? More than just terminology, different from the corporate model from the business world, the idea of a plurality of biblically qualified leaders sharing the pastoral ministry is not only God’s design but it has many benefits. It also has it challenges.
This may be the most important conference you attend this year–for the heath and growth of your eldership/ leadership team, for your church and for yourself.
Join Alex Strauch and Bob Deffinbaugh as they teach on:
- KEYS TO MAKING PLURALITY WORK: Thoroughly Training and Equipping Prospective Elders
- PROMOTING AND PRESERVING THE JOY OF LEADERSHIP: Making the Most of Your Leadership Experience
- THE BENEFITS OF STEPPING BACK: Knowing When to Take a Break
- LEVERAGING THE BER RESOURCES
For details, check out http://biblicaleldership.com/2016-rochester-simulcast-conference/
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But don’t forget to register for the 2016 BER Simulcast Conference, October 15, 2016.