EARLY MORNING: SESSION ONE
Harman has been the millennial you’ve been trying to reach with the Gospel;
come with your questions as to what faith looks like in the heart and mind of a
millennial, what they desire in worship and community, and any other burning
question better to understand intergenerational ministry.
Hispanic: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Gabe Garcia & Gabby Salazar
discussion on ways churches have tried to do missional work in a Hispanic
What if you could share the gospel in a way that people understand,
remember, and are drawn in? Come and learn!
MORNING & AFTERNOON INTENSIVES
– Session 2: 11:30am – 12:00pm, Session 3: 1:20pm – 1:50pm, Session 4: 1:55pm –
Snakes, Spandex, and Scorpions: A How-To Approach for
Meeting the Neighbors
The theme clearly embedded in this MAST Talk: ways that we
can leverage what we have and who we are for the sake of the Kingdom of
God. This is more than a topic for me. This is my
lived-experience. We have enfolded neighbors into St. David's, forged new
relationships, and brought value to our larger community by simply leveraging
what we have for God's use. This will be insightful and engaging, and
will provide a take-home strategy for every attender.
the Walls and Breaking the Chains
the Great Commission and the Great Commandment through outreach and ministry to
Regional Vision for the Local Church
does the mission of the church look like when it is not only local, but
regional and beyond? Moving beyond local identity, we will explore how the
Church is called, as one body, to foster regional relational networks in order
to harness the gifts of every local congregation to proclaim the message of the
Kingdom through strategic, relational, and missional thinking in order to reach
a region with the Gospel to begin building missional communities in unreached
Forming Word & Sacrament People
Carl B. Smith
MAST Talk encourages holistic formation as an expression of the Great
Commandment – loving God with heart, soul, mind and strength.
discussion of the grace of God being the central reality of all healing. Grace
heals. My example will flow from the story of Zacchaeus and the transformation
of his life when he is freely offered fellowship with Jesus.
through Prayer Teams
as the Body of Christ the Healer
Planting Among Seniors
American citizens the segment with the greatest experience in church planting
and development, the one with the most time to invest, and the one with the
life situations most likely to respond (geographically relocated, recently
suffered tragedy or loss, major career change, etc.) are the elderly and aged.
The field is white for harvest.
Ordained Vocations in Your Congregations
us have men and women of various ages in our local congregations whom the Lord
is calling to be ordained deacons or presbyters. How can we identify them?
Encourage them to pursue this calling? Support them through the process?
University Students Nearby
Caywood & Fr. Ernest Victor