Most Christians desperately want to effectively accomplish God’s will for their lives. If you’re reading this blog that is most likely true of you. If you enjoyed the Missional Women conference, take the next step and join us for this one. If you missed the Missional Women conference, here is your chance for another great, life changing time.
Our ministry has recently developed a Great Commission training resource, the Great Commission Leadership workbook, designed to equip you to accomplish all God has for you. We’ll also be doing a week-long workshop, based on that book, this summer in Durango, Colorado. We want to invite you to this amazing conference. If you want to learn how to practically fulfill Christ's Great Commission wherever God has you in life, join us for this workshop. Come learn time tested evangelism, discipleship and leadership skills that will help you experience the purpose God has for you.
The first half of the week will focus on personal and leadership development, training you on biblical leadership tools and techniques. The second half of the week will be focused on evangelism, discipleship and ministry leadership. There will also be time scheduled each day for applying what you are learning. The week will end with each participant developing a Great Commission Strategy to take home. You will leave this conference changed forever and ready to multiply Christ-like multipliers. Each participant will receive a Master Plan Ministries certificate of accomplishment upon completing the workshop.
The workshop will be July 13-19, in Durango, Colorado, at Three Trails
Ranch (directions). This is a beautiful mountain ranch, right outside of Durango. The cost is only $125 and that includes lodging, meals, snacks, resources, sessions and all activities at the ranch.
These activities will include growing closer to God, learning how to make disciples, making new friends, many different outdoor, mountain adventures (like fishing and hiking) and all the great things people visit Durango for. There will also be additional, optional, off-site activities which will be pay on your own. These will include things like the Durango/Silverton train, sight-seeing, the Pagosa hot springs and more. This workshop will be fun and life changing. Please join us for this incredible experience and please invite your friends to come along as well.
You can get more info or RSVP by contacting Nate at email@example.com or 970-946-9045 or by visiting Great Commission Leadership (you’ll also find resources there to help you promote the workshop and invite others to join you).
All of the staff here at Master Plan Ministries hope you’ll make this life and eternity changing week in beautiful Colorado. Make sure to register soon as there are only 60 spots available and they’re going fast! See you in July!
Nate & Erin Herbst
Nate put his trust in Christ at the age of 5 and Erin made a decision to follow Jesus at the age of 8. Nate grew up actively involved in his parents ministry around the world and has always wanted to serve God in full time ministry. Erin decided she wanted to go into full time ministry as a young girl. Nate and Erin met at Fort Lewis College where they were both involved in Master Plan Ministries and were married after graduating (Nates degree
is in Chemistry and Erins is in Humanities) in 2002. They spent the next 2 years volunteering with MPM and have been on full time staff since 2004. They have led the campus ministry at FLC, numerous summer projects (both in the U.S and overseas) and many other aspects of ministry, including a weekly apologetic and evangelistic radio show. Nate and Erin are passionate about equipping believers around the world to practically reach the world for Jesus Christ and the next stage of life and ministry will include starting and leading the MPM Great Commission Training Center and internship program. God has blessed Nate and Erin with 2 beautiful girls, Eliana and Kara, and a little boy Micah. They hope to be serving God faithfully until they die. Read more about them at EternityImpact.com
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