Kevin Brown is the founder and lead pastor of The Perfecting Church in Sicklerville, New Jersey. He and members of The Perfecting Church have spent the last five years serving in the West Bank, using their vocations and passions to meet needs and address systemic issues in the various domains of society, fostering dialogue, reconciliation and mutual respect among Christians, Jews and Muslims.

Kevin is also the founder of Perfecting Cities church-planting center and serves as the Philadelphia City Center Director of The Release Initiative, a multi-ethnic training intensive for potential and existing church planters and pastors.

He and Angela, his wife of 27 years, are the proud parents of two adult children, KJ and Olivia.

SESSIONS

Workshop Session 3: How Small and Midsize Churches Can Multiply Using the Kingdom, Disciple, Society and Church DNA
Big in the kingdom of God is the ability to multiply. In fact, if we are going to change our culture, small and midsize churches MUST multiply churches. Using the DNA of Kingdom, Disciple, Society, Church, we will reframe the church multiplication question of "When is big enough to multiply?" to "Are we making disciples capable of multiplying churches?"
Time: Wednesday, 1:00 – 2:00pm
Location: AP Buildings - AP 10

Workshop Session 4: How Small and Midsize Churches Can Multiply Using the Kingdom, Disciple, Society and Church DNA
Big in the kingdom of God is the ability to multiply. In fact, if we are going to change our culture, small and midsize churches MUST multiply churches. Using the DNA of Kingdom, Disciple, Society, Church, we will reframe the church multiplication question of "When is big enough to multiply?" to "Are we making disciples capable of multiplying churches?"
Time: Wednesday, 2:30 – 3:30pm
Location: AP Buildings - AP 10

Workshop Session 5: Happily Ever After: Planting a Church Without Uprooting Your Marriage
There are few indicators that more consistently predict the outcome of a church plant than the health of the planter's marriage. The demands and rigors of planting a church demand a level of spiritual and relational health that most are unaware of. When the planter's marriage is healthy they provide a model for the church, impacting how that body of believers relates to Christ, their neighbors, and one another. In this workshop, we will address: What it means to be called together; Finding fulfillment and identity together in Christ and not in the work of ministry; How the planter's marriage impacts other marriages and families; and The necessity for nurturing accountability relationships.
Time: Thursday, 8:45 – 9:45am
Location: Education Building (E1) - Room 321/323/327

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