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Our Guest Speaker, Nick Honerkamp will be speaking to us as the Church and how we are each called by Jesus in the Great Commission. We will walk through what it means to equip everyone in the Church to discover and advance the ministry they were created to provide.

Registration:  Click here to register for "leadership in Ministry".  Registration should be completed for each person please.  There is no charge for this conference.

Saturday, March 9, 2024

9 AM  Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:30 AM  Session 1 - Power of Prayer - The Lord led me through a season of praying for an hour a day and then two hours a day and I learned a ton about the Father, what is on His heart and how to discover your uniqueness in His presence.

10:20 AM  Session 2 - Chief Repenter - If God has given you authority, and every assignment has authority, then He has also given you a intercession/repentance assignment too. There is important private work that needs to be done to mirror public ministry.

11:15 AM  Session 3 - Understanding your uniqueness (All for One) Eph. 4:11. Everyone is called into ministry. How to identify your anointing, find your place in the body of Christ and therefore your unique assignment.

12:00 PM  Lunch

1:00 PM  Session 4 - My 3 tenets of the faith

1. God is love

2. Relationships are the operating system of the kingdom

3. Honor is the currency of the kingdom

2:15 PM  Session 5 - Leading from the heart - The difference in leading from your head and leading with your heart. Your heart cares as much about the relationship as it does being right. Your head can be hard but your heart is soft.

3:15 PM  Session 6 - Condition of the local Church - after visiting 100 churches in 20 denominations, I have formulated some assessments of the local church.

Sunday, March 10, 2024

10:30 AM  Modern Day Priests - Bringing Heaven to Earth:  Zechariah 3


Nick Honerkamp Bio

After serving one tour in the United States Marine Corps, Nick returned home and received a Bachelor of Theology from Christian Life School of Theology. He pastored for 23 years in Haywood County, 17 of those years as the Senior Pastor. His unique passion was inspiring, then mobilizing the congregation to serve their local community. His personal mission statement is to expand God’s kingdom by partnering with strategic leaders for public demonstrations of God’s love.

After leaving the pastorate, Nick served as the Church Development Director for ABCCM, a large Christian nonprofit. In this role he has visited 100 churches (20 denominations) in the past 2 years.

Currently, he is the Executive Director of Kingdom Consulting, a Christian nonprofit that collects the best resources from each denomination to serve any congregation in need.

He has been married for 32 years, has two sons, his first grandson and another on the way!