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logo-colorMark your calendars and make plans to attend Prairie Fire: Building Bridges on Saturday, August 5, at Concordia University, Seward.

The day will be filled with encouragement and practical tools designed to help EVERYONE learn how to build genuine, caring relationships within their various vocations of family, workplace, church, neighborhood, and recreational communities. Breakout sessions will focus on building relationships with disconnected members; neighbors, friends and co-workers; military families; those in conflicted situations; our Muslim neighbors and more. Registration materials and the session list are now available here. Email nicholeh@ndlcms.org with questions.


Engaging the Wandering Workshops

Reaching out to inactive members is an important part of the mission work that the Lord calls and enables us to do.

To help equip you to reach out to inactive members of your church, you can attend an Engaging the Wandering Workshop. Participants will see how much Jesus loves those who have wandered from the flock and will learn caring ways to gently restore them to the Body of Christ.

Contact Nichole Hetz for information on holding an Engaging the Wandering Workshop at your church.


 

revitality-banner-transparentThe Office of National Mission is addressing the challenge of congregational decline through a comprehensive Revitalization initiative. In the language of 1 Cor. 3:5-9, revitalization is centered on planting and watering in anticipation of God providing the growth.

Currently in development, Re:Vitality is a full-scale program that addresses the three fundamental premises of revitalization by providing congregations with resources to improve their abilities to invite, welcome and receive people from outside the congregation.


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Download the Equip, Encourage, Engage booklet for insights and practical tools to help you shine the light of Christ into your community.


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