Faith Eury Cho has been a preacher since she was 19-years-old and has a burning passion to know the Presence of God, articulate the gospel, and champion the marginalized. She holds a Masters of Divinity with a concentration on Global Studies from Liberty University's Rawling School of Divinity and has been ministering within the church for 18 years. Alongside her husband David, Faith planted and co-pastors Mosaic Covenant Church of NJ. In addition, she is the founder and CEO of The Honor Summit, a nonprofit organization that centers Asian American women's voices in the mission of God. She is also an itinerant speaker and writer. However, her most precious role is being a mother to her 4 children — Moriah, Elias, River, and Adalynn.


Workshop Session 2: Effective Female Leadership in the Church
For whatever limitations and barriers that women may face in ministry, it is tempting to deal with these challenges by our own strength. What are the biblical keys for effective leadership, and how do we access those keys when we are not in ideal positions of influence? Limitations in ministry do not have to leave us discouraged, isolated, fatigued, and frustrated. Impact is possible.
Time: Wednesday, 8:45 – 9:45am
Location: Kids 1 - Room 116E
Speakers: Faith Eury Cho

Networking Lunch: Women's Luncheon — Hosted by Leadership Network
You were created for such a time as this and we want to equip you to use your God given gifts and talents to reach the lost and revive evangelism. Leadership Network invites all women, regardless of ministry position or experience, to grab your lunch and join us for a special panel discussion with female leaders about Maximizing for Mission. We will have experienced female leaders joining us to share and answer your questions about using your Passion, Position, and Power to fulfill your calling. Purchase your lunch in the courtyard and bring it to this session! Featuring Carrie Williams, Kadi Cole, Faith Eury Cho, Tracy Mathews, Lori Ruffin, Melissa Mashburn, Chrissy Mayer.
Day/Time: Wednesday, March 8 / 12:30pm – 2:00pm
Location: Kids 1 - Room 116E

Workshop Session 3: One Eighty: The Return to Disciple Making — Programming to Relationships
There is a third 180 pivot that we will need to make to return to disciple making; and that is a shift from emphasizing programs to emphasizing relationships. Disciple making spaces can sometimes happen through programs but will always be relational. Paul told Timothy (1 Timothy 1:5) the purpose of his instruction is love, reflecting Jesus’ words that the greatest commandment is to love God with all we are and love our neighbor as one’s self. Jesus then goes on to say that we are even to love our enemies. With that in mind, the role of leadership in the church is not just to create programs but rather to help disciples engage in key relational spaces for the purpose of growing in love in all our relationships.
Time: Wednesday, 2:30 – 3:30pm
Location: Worship Center - Main Auditorium
Speakers: Jason Shepperd, Faith Eury Cho, Ted Coniaris

Workshop Session 4: The Lost Cause Movement
Dive deeper into the main stage conversation of The Lost Cause Movement with Faith Eury Cho, Albert Tate, Aaron Barnett and Hannah Barnett. Bring your questions for our speakers in this interactive panel discussion for next generation leaders.
Time: Thursday, 8:45 – 9:45am
Location: Worship Center - Room 124
Speakers: Faith Eury Cho, Albert Tate, Aaron Barnett, Hannah Barnett

MAIN SESSION 5: The Lost Cause Movement
Jesus left the church his vision of a movement when he challenged us to reproduce from our own Jerusalem into "Judea, Samaria and the ends of the earth." (Acts 1:8) For us to see a movement we need every Christ follower to adopt Jesus personal mission to "seek and save the lost." In this closing session we will challenge every attender to come forward and be commissioned to reproduce churches with white-hot evangelistic cultures dedicated to reaching the lost.
Day / Time: Thursday, 10:15am
Location: Worship Center - Auditorium

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