Helping Not-Yet-Christians Identify Their Deepest Needs
Topic: Evangelism through the Love Languages
Date: Tuesday, December 8th, 2020 at 2:00pm Eastern Time (11:00am Pacific)
After decades as an evangelist with InterVarsity, York Moore understands the deepest needs of non-Christians. They are longings God has placed in our hearts. To be seen. To be known. To be loved. Partnering with Gary Chapman (author of The 5 Love Languages), York has developed a set of ministry resources that is helping non-Christians meet God in unparalleled ways. Join us and learn more!
We will be offering a free copy of Seen. Known. Loved. to the first five people who register for the webinar.
Looking Back – Looking Ahead – Giving Thanks: A Grief Prayer
Topic: Learn how to lead your congregation to process grief through prayer
Date: Tuesday, January 19th, 2021 at 3:00pm Eastern Time (12:00pm Pacific)
We have all experienced trauma this year in one way or another. Trauma lingers, not just in the memory, but in the body. We will use mind, heart and body together as we encounter God through this grief prayer, led by InterVarsity National Director of Spiritual Formation, Carolyn Carney. This prayer is suitable for congregations.
Multiethnic Worship that Has Integrity
Topic: Thoughtful Worship Diversity
Date: Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021 at 3:00pm Eastern Time (12:00pm Pacific)
Many churches say they want to be multiethnic – but their worship experience shows that they don’t. How can churches lead worship which reflect the diversity of Christ’s Body without engaging in cultural appropriation or tokenism? How can churches increase their people’s hunger for diverse worship experiences? How can worship leaders learn to lead in culturally-sensitive ways? For decades InterVarsity’s Urbana Student Missions Conference has been the gold-standard of worship which reflects the diversity of the global church. Join us as two leaders of Urbana worship teams (Andy Kim, former Urbana worship leader, and Imer Santiago, director of Diverse Worship Training) share what they’ve learned about becoming leaders who can lead diverse worship.
We will be offering a free copy of The Next Worship to the first five people who register for the webinar.
Engaging Latino Students and Young Professionals
Topic: Ministering with the future of our country
Date: Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021 at 2:00pm Eastern Time (11:00am Pacific)
Latino students and young professional represent the future of our country and the church in the United States. Learn now to hear their concerns, engage their hearts, and call them into mission from Orlando Crespo, who brings decades of wisdom and experience in ministering to young Latinos.
We will be offering a free copy of Being Latino in Christ to the first five people who register for the webinar.
Churches Planting Campus Ministry
Topic: InterVarsity VP Jon Hietbrink invites churches to consider planting campus ministries
Date: Tuesday, March 30th, 2021 at 3:00pm Eastern Time (12:00pm Pacific)
Is there a college campus – whether four-year residential or community college – within an hour drive of your church? (For almost every church, the answer is “yes.”) God may be calling your church to reach one of the most strategic mission fields in the world. For the past 15 years, InterVarsity has been refining its campus ministry planting tools in the hopes that, by 2030, every college in the United States has a witnessing community on campus. We want to share what we’ve learned so that more churches can join us in this process – whether or not the ministry planted is affiliated with InterVarsity.
We will be offering a free copy of Planting a Church Without Lossing Your Soul to the first five people who register for the webinar.
Mission & the Emerging Generation
Topic: Moving the next generation towards missions
Date: Tuesday, April 27th, 2021 at 2:00pm Eastern Time (11:00am Pacific)
Churches are at the center of missions mobilization, but they often present global missions in ways which miss (or alienate) young adults. Gen Z and Millennials also have insights, passions, and concerns which could better prepare mission-minded churches and mission agencies to reflect God’s kingdom in clearer ways. Scott Bessenecker has led InterVarsity’s student mission programs for decades, creating innovative programs and practices that clearly call each generation to follow Jesus around the corner and around the globe.
We will be offering a free copy of Overturning Tables to the first five people who register for the webinar.
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