Webinar: The Changing Church


In response to the growing challenges facing Christians and Churches, a collaboration of organizations that focus on church health is working together to offer practical content to help congregations be the Church in the midst of a changing world.  The Center for Healthy Churches, The Church Network, The Presbyterian Foundation, Baptist News GlobalTruett Seminary, Pneumatrix, Uptick, Ministering to MinistersGardner-Webb University, and the Charlie Curb Center for Faith Leadership at Belmont University together will offer a weekly webinar that will equip ministers and the congregations they lead.

WHEN:                Thursday 11 AM EST (approximately 40 minutes).

WHERE:              Zoom (https://zoom.us/j/9797655080)

PANELISTS:        Leadership: Content Experts for each webinar

AUDIENCE:        Ministers in local congregations

WHAT:                Content will focus on responding and adapting to the practical needs of churches and ministers in the 21st Century.  

COST:                  Free

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Time:              Thursday, February 25th, 11am EST/10 CST
Zoom Link:     https://zoom.us/j/9797655080

Panelists:

1.  Jim Kitchens is a native of Mississippi, Jim has served Presbyterian Churches in California and Tennessee for almost 35 years. He loves helping congregations prayerfully discern how the Spirit calls them to adapt to changing cultural contexts. Jim is the author of The Postmodern Parish published by the Alban Institute. He is a consultant for CHC and the coordinator for CHC-West.  Jim has authored multiple articles for CHC.  You can read more from Jim here.

 2.  Chris Ellis is the Minister of Administration, Mission, and Outreach at Second Baptist Church. He moved to Little Rock to join the 2BC staff in 2006.  After receiving a B.S. in Biblical Studies at Palm Beach Atlantic College he went to Truett Seminary in Waco, Texas, where he received a Master of Divinity with an emphasis in Global Mission. Finally, he received a D.Min. from Portland Seminary in Global Leadership.  He’s passionate about seeing the Church become a missional community and impacting global issues such as peace, injustice, poverty, and oppression and seeing the gospel take shape and form in places where it has not.  Chris also occasionally writes for Baptist News Global. You can read his stuff here. You can follow Chris on Twitter @chrisellis79 and email him at cellis@2bclr.com.

 Registration is required.