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Melissa Bishop has served full-time positions at Christ Church in both Student Ministries and Worship and currently serves as the Children and Student Staff Coordinator. She is a wonderful speaker known for her honesty about church, family and ministry all served with grace and good humor. Melissa has been a consistent innovator at Christ Church and a catalyst for moving the congregation in uncharted waters. She is the wife of our Senior Pastor Shane Bishop. The Bishops have two grown children and four young grandchildren.
The mission at Christ Church is to connect people to Jesus Christ and we believe that participation in a small group is one of the best ways to strengthen that connection. This workshop will explore the evolution of small groups from a traditional “Sunday School” setting to our current “Connect Group” philosophy. Our goal is transformation of the heart and the strategic plan for helping to achieve that transformation will be discussed, including group structure, curriculum and the methodology for getting people connected to a group.
Early Childhood Ministry is about more than just babysitting. It’s about introducing children to a BIG God who loves them and setting a foundation for children to build on as they learn more about God. So… where do we start? This workshop will give you practical steps to make your Early Childhood ministry more …
There is nothing more difficult than growing a church. To get from one size to another, a series of understandings and priorities must be negotiated between a pastor and a congregation. Here is what we have learned as we have grown from 200 to 2,000. These principles apply to churches of any size.
Something unexpected has happened in the past ten years; the world changed. As a result, many Christians are doing ministry with a skill set designed for a world that no longer exists. Join us in discovering why change is not an option and why it can’t come soon enough.