Did you know that fewer than 3% of Christians feel equipped and are being used by God to introduce people to Christ and disciple them to maturity?
Explore what God is doing through this new movement to build holistic, transformational disciple-making communities. Barna Research shows that less than three percent of Americans who describe themselves as Christians are fully engaging the Great Commission and living as disciple-makers. What can be done? Join us as together we explore these issues and how the training, mentoring and equipping resources of the Life Spring network can further help you and your church fulfill the Great Commission. Topics covered include:
- The Current State of Disciple-Making
- The Disciple’s Journey
- How to Develop a Spirit-led, Disciple-making Culture
- How we can help you to build a holistic, transformational disciple-making community
A complimentary lunch will be served during the presentation by Rev. Jason Pankau, President of Life Spring Network, Inc.
Speaker – Rev. Jason K. Pankau
Jason brings a diverse background of athletics, finance, Christian leadership, executive life coaching, and wisdom to people and organizations with whom he works. He is a sought after speaker, seminar leader, life coach and consultant. His experience in church planting, speaking, pastoral mentoring and life coaching helped launch the Life Spring Network. Jason is the creator if the Omega Experience Seminars and Courses, author of “Beyond Self-Help” and co-author of “Fired Up or Burned Out.”
Jason graduated from Brown University, has earned his Master’s of Divinity degree from Southern Theological Seminary and completed the course work for his Doctorate in Christian Leadership at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Through a partnership with Trinity Lutheran Church in Roselle, IL, he is reaching out to Lutheran Churches around the world to help them grow into holistic, transformational disciple-making communities.For more information about this event, please contact Darlene Rosenquist at 630-632-2190 or via email.