"Serious Times" Church & Culture Conference in Charlotte, NC, March 23-25

Many conferences offer insights into church leadership, church growth, and the practice of ministry. The 2006 Serious Times Church and Culture conference is uniquely designed to bring the latest and best analysis of our culture, coupled with strategies and insights from seasoned cultural engagers that will help the church become a change-agent; a true "maker" of culture. It is designed to serve churches willing to both think and act on the cutting edge of the world's great need.

 

Gain the latest insights into today's culture, and how to transform it. Serious Times will feature Charles Colson, Andy Crouch, Crystal Downing, Brian Godawa, Kelly Monroe, James Sire, and James Emery White; with special musical guests Michael Card and Jill Phillips. For more information, and to register, click here – http://www.serioustimes.com/information.asp?topicid=56.

 

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