Coming Soon in the Events Lab

September 11, 2008 by

Last time we let you know the latest in the Events Lab, it was for August and September. But now it’s time to take a look at October, the biggest event month of the year around these parts. And November’s not exactly boring. So round up your extra gas money and all your friends for a road trip. Here’s what’s just around the corner:

October
6-7…Sticky Church Conference – Myth: Attracting more people will help your church grow. Fact: Churches will grow when people stick.
8-10…Catalyst Conference – The Catalyst Conference is the largest gathering of young leaders in the country. It’s an experience where you can find yourself fully immersed in learning, worship and creativity.
13…C3 on the Road – Ed Young shares the life-lessons and leadership principles needed to tackle the real issues facing leaders today. It’s a one day, crash course in leadership that is packed with more than just theory and philosophy; it provides the practical tools you need to take your leadership to the next level.
14-15…Reveal Conference – This is an all-new, two-day event for church leaders presented by Willow Creek. The big bonus is that Reveal research has helped identify a number of churches–most never before on the national radar–that rank high across multiple areas of spiritual growth.
20-23…Internet Ministry Conference – Our own Brad Abare and Michael Buckingham will be speaking at this conference that takes a look at how to effectively harness the power of the Internet for your ministry.


November
5-7…National Outreach Convention – Outreach Magazine’s national conference features the likes of Erwin McManus, Francis Chan and Ed Stetzer looking at how your church can impact those around you.
9-10…The Sticks Conference – Designed for churches in rural and small town settings, this conference can help a church in the sticks connect with their community. Featured speakers include Mark Batterson, Tim Stevens and more.
14…Granger Workshops – Maximizing the Arts asks the question, “How can you use the arts to translate biblical messages for today‚Äôs culture?” while Simply Strategic Volunteers can teach you how to identify, invite, motivate and train volunteers, and develop a team of thriving volunteers who love serving.

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Josh Cody served as our associate editor for several years before moving on to bigger things. Like Texas. These days he lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, and you can find him online or on Twitter when he's not wrestling code.
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