Thursday, March 05, 2009

Relevance Church Conference - Eagle Brook Church


Relevance Church Conference
Eagle Brook Church, Lino Lakes, MN
Thursday, May 21
8:30 am-4:45 pm

$65/person (includes lunch, plus great group rates for more than four people)
Featuring Special Guest, Pastor Bill Hybels!
**New website and registration opens March 20. Check eaglebrookchurch.com for emerging details!


Fellow Midwest Church Leaders,

It's hard to believe we're only a couple of short months away from our fifth annual Relevance Church Conference here at Eagle Brook Church. As a senior pastor, I know how important it is to invest my time and resources wisely. So, we've designed our one-day Relevance Conference with you and your team in mind. It's regional. It's a great value. It's practical. And, this year, it's the place to get up close and personal with a leadership mentor to many of us-Pastor Bill Hybels from Willow Creek Community Church! You can even submit your own questions for him here, and he may choose yours to answer at the conference.


This May, the Relevance Conference will be all about...well, relevance. We've been tossing around a phrase here lately that sums it up: "If it's green it's growing, if it's ripe it's rotting." While what is considered to be "relevant" has a pretty short shelf life these days, we'll help you to define for your church, What is relevant? Why is relevance important? How can we achieve it in a variety of ways?


We hope you'll join us for some fresh insights on how to stay rooted to God's truth and produce fresh ministry that truly connects.


Don't miss this friends, it will be worth every second.


See you there,


Bob Merritt
Senior Pastor
Eagle Brook Church


Listen to what Pastor Bob Merritt has to say about Relevance '09!



Eagle Brook Church | Office: 7015 20th Ave., Centerville, MN 55038
(651) 429-9227 | www.eaglebrookchurch.com

1 comment:

Thankful Paul said...

It was a happy day for him when he gave us our new lives, through the truth of his Word, and we became, as it were, the first children in his new family. JAMES 1:18