Life Spring Network invites you to join us for a

Transformational Church Leaders’ Breakfast

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?

This insightful presentation delivers a strong message on the need for church-wide transformation.  Rev. Jason Pankau will lead you through the importance of why the church “Can’t Stay Here”. This seminar will take you through a brief history and overview of the Omega Experience, a discipleship training course, which teaches people how to steward their lives from God’s perspective.  The Omega Experience is designed to help pastors and church leaders train, mentor and equip believers in your church to grow in Christlikeness through building holistic, transformational, disciple-making communities. Topics to be 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 breakfast will be served during the presentation.

***A bus will be available at the conclusion of the breakfast seminar to take you from the Hilton Garden Inn to Christ Church Lutheran in time for the Best Practices Conference***


Jason_1-96x96Rev. Jason Pankau
President, Life Spring Network, Inc.

Jason is a sought-after speaker, seminar leader, life coach, and consultant.  His experience in church planting, speaking, pastoral mentoring and life coaching helped launched the Life Spring Network.  He is the author of the book “Beyond Self-Help” and the co-author of “Fired Up or Burned Out”, as well as the Omega Course and the Omega Experience Seminars.  He is currently serving part-time on staff at Trinity Lutheran Church in Roselle, Illinois focused on training their leaders and implementing the Omega Experience church-wide.

PJR1Rev. Charles S. Mueller Jr.
Senior Pastor, Trinity Lutheran Church Roselle, IL.

Chuck attended both his undergraduate and seminary here in the States and in Germany. He received his first call as a pastor in the inner city of Philadelphia and since 1985 at Trinity, Roselle. Chuck also served 14 yrs as an Army Reserve Chaplain, on a variety of boards and commissions in the Northern Illinois District of the LCMS and for the national church and for 12 yrs as a member of the Bd. of Dir. of Valparaiso Univ. In 2009, he received an honorary doctorate from Concordia College, Bronxville, NY. Chuck has a heart for family, the lost, missions and for justice.

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