Attend Innovation Conference
Early Christianity was a haven for courageous missional creativity. Likewise, early Adventism was a haven for the entrepreneurial spirit. Ten years into the 21st century, it's time to rethink exactly what that means. How do we bring a vital and robust Adventist presence into today’s social, political, economic, and religious situations and conversations? How do we develop the ability to move quickly and purposefully to seize the complex and fast-changing opportunities of our time? How do we engage our culture in redemptive and transformational ways?
These and other timely issues will be the theme of the 6th annual National Conference on Innovation to be held again in Columbus, Ohio, on October 3-5, 2010. There aren’t too many places where such conversations can be held with open candor, realism, hope, and conviction. The annual National Conference on Innovation has become recognized as a premier gathering within Adventism for such conversations.
Your voice needs to be heard. You need to hear other leading voices. Conversation creates connection. Connection stimulates action. Early-bird registration is only $99. For event details and on-line registration click here. Note the two special awards being offered this year – one by the Kettering Adventist Health Care and the other by the North American Division’s Church Resource Center. An hour of university academic credit is available through Washington Adventist University.
To get the greatest value out of this event, please consider having a team of your leaders attend as well. They can become helpful partners in advancing your vision for mission in your territory. For every three persons who register from your organization, a fourth receives a free registration.
INNOVATIONewsletter - September 2010