ARISE - Update

Mark Batterson, lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, D.C. will be one of the many presenters speaking at ARISE, this year's Arts Conference. He is the author of the best-selling book, In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day.

NCC was recognized as one of the 25 Most Innovative Churches in America by Outreach Magazine in 2007. The vision of NCC is to meet in movie theaters at metro stops throughout the metro D.C. area. NCC also owns and operates the largest coffeehouse on Capitol Hill.

In our featured breakout track, Mark is presenting Snakes and Doves. Harmless as doves. Shrewd as snakes. The combination of dovelike authenticity and snakelike creativity is the key to leadership effectiveness. This breakout will challenge your motives. Are you doing the right things for the right reasons? And it will stretch your imagination. There are ways of doing church that no one has thought of yet! Come discover new ways of redeeming technology and culture to incarnate the gospel message.

In our track for teaching pastors, Mark is talking about Right Brain Teaching. The greatest truths ought to be communicated in the most unforgettable ways. This breakout will help unleash your right-brain creativity and capture the imagination of listeners. You will learn how to exegete culture, brand sermon series, produce video illustrations, and brainstorm big ideas.

Watch the ARISE site for more details in the coming weeks. There is still space available, register by March 25 to receive the Early Bird rate.


Her said...

We recently did a Potential Podcast on creativity and gave An Hour on Sunday mad props! Hope you get a influx of requests!

Pam Howell said...

Thanks Heather!