A FREE Seminar for Ministry Leaders
Coming to Orlando, FL
Featuring experts in Leadership | Church Health & Growth | Architecture | Construction | Fundraising
What story does your building tell about the kind of church God has called you to be?
Your community is your mission field.
Does your building reflect a ministry outpost or a religious museum?
Let’s rethink the purpose of church facilities and explore how we can bring the church back to the center of the community through spaces that are more flexible, accessible, relevant and inclusive.
Discover how church buildings can be designed to be more effective ministry tools that meet the needs of the community 7 days a week.
Join us as we explore what it means to be an embedded church - a ministry that not only shifts from an internal to an external focus, but one that is physically and spiritually woven into the fabric of their community.
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Pioneers USA - Orlando, FL
Doors open and continental breakfast available at 8:30am
Executive Chairman, Man in the Mirror
For three decades Patrick Morley has been regarded as one of America’s most respected authorities on the unique challenges and opportunities that men face. In 1989, he wrote “The Man in the Mirror,” a landmark book rooted in his own search for purpose and a deeper relationship with God. With over three million copies in print, “The Man in the Mirror” captured the imaginations of men worldwide and was selected as one of the hundred most influential Christian books of the twentieth century. Altogether, Patrick is the best-selling author of twenty books and more than 750 articles.
In 1991, Patrick founded Man in the Mirror, which has impacted the lives of 10 million men worldwide, has distributed 9 million books, and last year worked with 30,000 church leaders to more effectively disciple men. Through his speaking, writing and his radio program carried on over 300 stations nationwide, he is a tireless advocate for men, encouraging and inspiring them to change their lives in Christ.
Senior Pastor of The Genesis Project - Ogden, UT
Matt is the Founder and Lead Pastor of The Genesis Project, a church based in Ogden, Utah that has grown to a multi-site movement in 6 communities across the nation reaching thousands every week. He is also the author of an upcoming book entitled "The God of New Beginnings: How the Power of Relationships brings hope and Redeems Lives". For 18 years Matt has served in various roles helping churches and denominations revitalize and reimagine their church planting strategies through an embedded, sustainable, community lens. Matt and his family moved to Utah in 2005 to pursue a lifelong dream of planting a “church for people who don’t do church.” That dream has materialized as The Genesis Project, a church moved to reach the darkest areas of the city with the hope of Jesus. The church operates a full-service event center, community coffee shop, multiple ministry and rehabilitation homes and non-profit community services.
Principal Architect, Building God's Way
Don has one of the most extensive backgrounds in church, school and performing arts architecture, designing prominent facilities all across the U.S. throughout his 35 year career. Don has become a leader in the field of faith-based architecture and has been recognized with a number of national design awards, including multiple WFX Solomon Awards for Best Church Architect, Best Church Design, Best Special Project and Best Digital Church. He is also a recipient of the LCEF Arts & Architecture Award for Best Liturgical Design and former President of the American Institute of Architects for the State of Utah. Don will share unique design strategies focused on creating spaces that are more flexible, relevant and inclusive, including mixed-use options that allow ministries to leverage their facilities seven days a week.
Planting & Coaching Director, The Genesis Project National Network
Mark Orphan has spent the last 28 years in ministry and leadership as a pastor and consultant. He has built, funded, and led coalition projects of as many as thirty faith and community-based organizations to collaborate regionally in California and Colorado serving at-risk or foster/adoptive families and youth. Mark leads a national church planting movement that targets communities afflicted by poverty and great need. He is certified by the Paterson Center as a LifePlan and StratOp facilitator providing coaching and strategic planning for leaders and organizations and is certified by Family Wellness Associates as an instructor serving at-risk families. Mark is also the founder of Finally Home Foundation and SERVE 6.8 and co-founder of Mika Community Development Corporation. He has an MA in Church Leadership from Vanguard University of Southern California and he and his wife, Kristin, have been part of three church-planting teams.
Founder & President of The Collage Companies
Brian is the founder and President of The Collage Companies, a design build, integrated services firm that is an established leader in the construction industry, headquartered in Central FL. He has directed the firm’s activities and rapid growth towards quality and excellence since 1982. Brian is a charter member of the Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) and has served as Director on the National DBIA Board. His design and construction projects have won numerous awards and his extensive knowledge of fully integrated services and years of successful design-build projects make him an industry expert. Brian has been published in several magazines and industry journals and is a requested speaker for industry and community groups and organizations. As the exclusive Building God’s Way contractor for central and north Florida, The Collage Companies has a unique understanding of faith-based projects and a passion for helping congregations be the best stewards of God’s resources.
Let’s identify and forge a sustainable path towards God’s dreams for your city!
Learn the keys to moving your ministry from the fringe of a community to an embedded identity, where you can truly impact the brokenness of people, their families, and the relational systems they are entangled in.