Raise Your Vision Webinar Conference

Posted: February 27, 2012 in Conference, Disciple, Discipleship, Mentor, mentoring

I have had the privilege to be invited to be a panelist for the RYV forum. Raise your vision is a unique online opportunity for ministry and marketplace leaders to come together, discuss ideas, and as Mike Stickler says (the host) here’s the opportunity to pick the brain of some of the best practitioners in ministry leadership today.

Here’s the description of the session I will be participating in. I’ve been working hard at preparing for it and I’m hopeful you will find the time to join with me.

Discipleship and Worldview Issues Affecting the Church

Presenters: Rob Boyland | T.M. Moore

In a recent Barna study, less than 4% of born-again Christians correctly answered 6 basic questions in regard to the tenants of Christianity. This study is reflective of the large number of Christians leaving the church and not returning, especially the Mosaics. Church pastors acknowledge the problem but don’t always acknowledge it could be happening in their church. In this session, some of today’s great observers of ministry gather together to discuss these alarming trends and offer positive solutions for church leadership.

So, here is the registration information. Hope to see you there.

The Raise Your Vision OnLine Forum, March 5-8, 2012

  1. Art Ritter says:

    Rob did a beautiful presentation on this oft-overlooked topic – the importance of discipling. After all, what do you do with them after you get them to come to church? This is the singular challenge to churches today and the fulfillment of the Great Commission.
    Great job, Rob! It was a privilege to hear you present and answer questions!
    Art Ritter, Moderator of Raise Your Vision 2012


  2. Rob Boyland says:

    Thanks Art, I truly enjoyed the webinar experience and look forward to building a relationship with you and Mike!


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