Pastor Taiwo Odukoya
Dr. Sam Adeyemi
Mrs. Ibukun Awosika
Bro. Sam Kputu
Mrs. Ndidi Nwuneli
Pastor Godman Akinlabi
Pastor Nathaniel Bassey
Mr. Femi Odugbemi
Mrs. Dotun Akande
Mr. Idris Belo-Osagie
Friday April 28 – Saturday April 29, 2023 10am – 3.30pm
At the Creative Church Conference, we will explore the expanse of what is possible. Myths and traditions that limit will be challenged. We will be inspired by the stories of others. We will lift the rug and sweep out essentials we have conveniently forgotten there. We will be refreshed, our creative juices will be stirred and we will embrace the task of the call of God with a greater and purer desire to bring glory to His Name
(all sessions are plenary
The jury is out and here’s the decision: the church is not making as much impact as expected when we consider how many churches we have in Nigeria. Whether you agree or not, we want to challenge ourselves and see how we can practically as the body of Christ make a tangible difference.
There are people who don’t look like us and we consequently look down on. The blind. The deaf. The disabled. Children with special needs. This session will focus on how we can deliberately ensure that these special children of God are not alienated in our local assembly
Denzel Washington. Tyler Perry. Debola Williams. Kate Henshaw. Kunle Remi. All Christians. Influencers. Capable of influencing a greater number of people than most Pastors can from behind the pew. How do we disciple current and potential influencers for benefit of God’s Kingdom?
Raising it, spending it, accounting for it. This explains itself. Nothing needs to be added.
The Pastor is the chief worship leader. Actually, people take their cue from the pastor’s disposition during worship. This session will focus on how to deliberately lead the people whose role is to facilitate the manifest presence of God at every meeting.
In Zechariah 11, God makes it clear that a wise shepherd seeks the young. Sometimes, with the best intentions, we are at a loss on reaching young people. What’s going on in their heads? This session will deal with practical steps in engaging with and discipling young people.
COVID. Security. Traffic. Cosmopolitan dynamics. Privacy concerns. All these and more are eroding the efficacy of cell group meetings. A few churches have discovered and are taking advantage of interest based cell group meetings. This session might be what you need to plug into to revitalize your small groups system in your local assembly.
Human beings realise they have to make the right choices to be healthy. Choices in terms of diet, rest, etc. This same intentionality has to be applied to churches in order for them to be healthy. What are the things we need to do intentionally and watch out for in order for our local assemblies to be healthy?
No human being has 180 degrees vision. It means the best of us are blind-sided always. We need the wisdom and insights of others to guide us. We are fond of sharing wisdom to the people in the pews. Let it be known that there are many Jethros sitting in the pews with valuable counsel for Moses of the day.
A lot of missionaries are serving in hostile environments. With little or no remuneration. This session will serve as an eye opener with respect to how we can partner together to achieve the Great Commission.
N37,500 per participant
Fee covers access to all sessions, conference materials, refreshments
- For teams of 5 to 9 persons, 5% discount applies.
- For teams of 10 persons and over, 10% discount applies.