Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Seashore United Methodist Assembly
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2.0 CEUs for Clergy
About our Mentor:
Under Mike’s leadership, Ginghamsburg Church became known as an early innovator of small group ministry, the Church “media reformation” and cyberministry. Ginghamsburg has invested more than $8 million into sustainable humanitarian relief projects, raised raised $875,000 toward Imagine No Malaria, the first installments on a $1 million pledge. Locally, the New Path outreach arm of Ginghamsburg Church annually serves more than 58,000 people in surrounding communities via its food pantry, car, clothing and furniture ministries. In 2005 and 2006, Ginghamsburg was named as one of the top 50 churches in the U.S. by The Church Report magazine. In 2007, The Church Report listed Mike as one of the 50 most influential Christians in America.
As a mentor, Mike travels globally to speak and uses his “gift of irritation” to equip ministry leaders to minimize brick and maximize mission so that they may fully deploy the mission of Jesus into the world.