Nines Conference Today
Don’t miss the Nines Conference today. Leadership Network asked some of the church’s greatest communicators: “If you had nine minutes to talk one-on-one with thousands of church leaders, what is the one thing that you would tell them? The result is a series of passionate and personal messages that will help you and your church navigate into the future.
So far, there are over 9,000 people registered. If you haven’t registered (it’s free), I think you still can HERE
Someone leaked the preliminary speakers and their time slots last night. According to this schedule I’ll be on 2:00 p.m. (CST).
Here’s the schedule (all times CST):
9AM — Troy Gramling, Mark Beeson, Anne Jackson, Dave Ferguson, Scott Hodge
10AM — Perry Noble, Stacy Spencer
11AM — Dino Rizzo, Nancy Beach, Steven Furtick, Reggie McNeal
12PM — Craig Groeschel, Leonard Sweet, Greg Surratt, Jon Tyson
1PM — Margaret Feinberg, Larry Osborne, Matt Carter, Pete Wilson
2PM — Neil Cole, Reggie Joiner, JD Greear
3PM — Mark Batterson, Dan Kimball, Mark DeYmaz
4PM — Jud Wilhite, Brian McLaren, Bob Roberts, Rick McKinley, John Ortberg
5PM — Alan Hirsch, John Bishop, Toby Slough, Ed Stetzer
6PM — Mark Driscoll, Darrin Patrick, Brad Powell
7PM — Darrin Whitehead, Brian Bloye
8PM — Eric Bryant, Nancy Ortberg, Rick Warren
How do you promote a conference with mega-church (lets build a personal empire) people in it?????
It would seem to clash with the organic Church principles you write about and promote.......
Just wondering.......no offense intended.....
p.s. I live in the same community as Perry Noble........and have visited/studied/read them extensively......it's not pretty....
I may not agree with everyone but we are on the same team! We are all in process of learning and I am not opposed to others who land in a different place as myself. My own ideas are not at all threatened by the ideas of others. Who knows, perhaps my comments and involvement may actually lead others toward a more missional incarnational approach to church?
I personally think that when we all form teams based on ideology rather than the Gospel the church is broken into schisms and loses a great deal of credibility in its witness.
good thoughts here Neil, You have given me more to think about....... thanks for your response.....
Please define 'Spiritual Entrepreneur'. Because that sounds to me like 'The Gospel is my Cash'.
And with the list of 'Spiritual Entrepreneurs' at this conference, Cash Cow fits perfectly.
Hmm, Well Im glad to take a shot at defining a "spiritual entrepreneur," but such a word is not in the blog post you commented on. While the word entrepreneur does typically associate with business enterprise, it isn't exclusively found there. It is also meaning taking risk in innovation and enterprise. The apostolic gift is quite entrepreneurial in that way, but usually a true apostle is not wealthy but distributes to others.
P.S. I personally despise a prosperity gospel which is really not another gospel at all.
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