What to Expect from echurch Summit 2017

What to Expect from echurch Summit 2017

First Things First

It’s already time to start talking about our annual conference. We are so excited about the lineup we have for February!

For starters, John Maxwell will be joining us as a keynote speaker! And we have another great keynote speaker we’ll announce soon, so stay tuned. But the other really exciting thing is this three-day event will be held at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA.

Maxwell, Mickey, and you! Sounds like a pretty good time, right?

Here’s What You Can Expect from echurch Summit 2017:

INSPIRING KEYNOTES: This year, 10 church growth and engagement experts will share best practices, important trends, and their vision around the future of leadership, communications, and technology in the church.

EDUCATIONAL BREAKOUT SESSIONS: Not just talking heads. We’ll have actual breakout sessions and panels with some of the most successful churches in the world. They will lead discussions on the biggest challenges facing the Church, such as growth, leadership, communications, and technology.

NETWORKING AND FELLOWSHIP: There’s more to echurch Summit than just great content:. This is an opportunity to network with hundreds of other pastors and church staff from around the country. You can look forward to plenty of great networking opportunities and a chance to make some great friends, too.

Got Questions?

WE HAVE ANSWERS! Head on over to our FAQ section to learn more.

CURIOUS ABOUT WHERE TO STAY? We’ve negotiated a discounted price at the Disneyland Hotel. Don’t miss out on echurch Summit, the church growth event of the year. Register now to take advantage of our super early bird pricing (now through October 15th).

Beka Johnson
Pushpay

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