By Staff, LifeWay Communications
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Black Church leaders from across the country will gather in Nashville Oct. 22-23 to participate in training sessions specially designed to help strengthen Sunday Schools and address issues within the context of traditions and culture of the Black Church.
LifeWay’s National Black Sunday School Conference, held at LifeWay Christian Resources, offers training for every level of church leader including pastors, ministers of education, Sunday School directors and age group Sunday School leaders.
The two-day conference combines uplifting worship, dynamic general sessions, and elective seminars.
Leaders will learn how to unlock the potential of their Sunday School, the importance of small-group outreach, five key principles for church growth, proven strategies for sharing a vision and motivating others, and practical, step-by-step plans for implementation.
The National Black Sunday School Conference provides skills in building strong Sunday Schools in predominately African American churches, and address issues within the context of traditions and culture of the African American church.
“We know that an effective Sunday School is measured not just by what happens once a week, but also by what happened the other six days of the week,” said Elgia Wells, who directs LifeWay’s Black Church Outreach. “We are committed to helping leaders discover best practices that will help them guide their Sunday School to change the lives of their members and community.”
The event will be held Fri. from 8:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., until Sat. from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Program fee is $129. Fees cover all workshop sessions, conference materials and breaks.
Register at http://www.lifeway.com/event/131/ or by calling 800.254.2022.