Winter 2017 Live Stream Recording
Winter 2017 Regional Training
Worship & “What is Our Vision?”
“Seeing Your Mission, Role and Calling Clearly”
– Sam Rockwell & Team
*Prayer will be available during worship
Workshop 1: What is our Mission? (4 Options) * Lunch provided
- Reimagine FMI—Peter Henderson & Team
- Local and Regional Multiplication—Chad Carroll & Team
- Leadership Multiplication—Jessie Cruickshank and Team
- Health & Multiplication Topic and Prayer—Area Pastor & Team
Workshop 2: What is my Role? (5 options)
- Senior Pastors Only— Sam Rockwell
- NextGen Best Practices—Shawn Shoup, Steven Hibdon & Team
- Worship Arts as Discipleship—Ike Shepardson, Brent Parker, Deborah Rosenzweig, Billy Foster, & Team
- Outreach & Evangelism that Multiplies—Karl Leuthauser, Andy Houltberg, Tyson Lanbertson, Andy Millar, Debbie Masters, & Team
- Supporting Roles and Discipleship—Jessie Cruickshank & Team
What is my Calling?
“How to Discern, Develop and Sustain Your Calling.” Sam Rockwell
Friday Night Gatherings
Friday night before regional training is an open opportunity for Area Leaders and Divisionals to host a gathering for worship and prayer. These opportunities will be communicated to you from your Area Leaders
Saturday Self-organized Gatherings
Saturday after Regional Training, from 3 to 4pm, will be open opportunities for anyone to organize and host a meeting. These could be affinity groups, work groups, or anything you can think of! Please contact Jessie Cruickshank to reserve a space at Jessie@gatewaycollegium.com.
Gateway Collegium provides support and guidance for leaders to direct and manage their own training and education. The Collegium also offers “live” classes and learning opportunities throughout the year in various venues.
Regional Training 2016: April – Bloom in your Ministry: APEST and your Leaders
ALAN HIRSCH is the founding director of Forge Mission Training Network. Currently he co-leads Future Travelers and 100 Movements, an innovative learning program helping megachurches become missional movements. Known for his innovative approach to mission, Alan is considered to be a thought-leader and key mission strategist for churches across the Western world.
Regional Training 2016: January – Bloom in your Ministry: How to think about your calling
This training session will have two parts. Keynote and breakout sessions.
Our Key speaker will be Richard Goossen, author and international speaker. He will be sharing about how understanding you unique call can make a difference in your life. This is a good session to bring your bi-vocational and lay business ministry leaders to and will include small group discussion time related to the application of the concepts to different ministry roles.
Finally, Sam Rockwell will speak to us about the POD Plan and help us work on filling it out. So bring a copy of your POD Plan with you!
Entrepreneurial Leadership: Finding Your Calling, Making a Difference, By Richard Goossen and R. Paul Stevens
What does good theology have to do with good entrepreneurship? In this pioneering work, Richard Goossen and R. Paul Stevens have written what many are already declaring to be the essential resource for Christian entrepreneurial leadership, based on exhaustive research, practical experience and decades of teaching marketplace theology. Entrepreneurial Leadership addresses both the “how-come” and the “how-to,” not only grounding the entrepreneurial calling in its proper source in the triune God but also providing practical guides for how to be an effective leader. Be inspired to find your calling and to make a difference in the marketplace, church and beyond.
Pastor Ted Vail serves as the Associate Director of Foursquare Missions International. Under this role he oversees the North America Region of Foursquare Churches, Global Disaster Relief, US Missions, and Urban & Multicultural Ministries in the United States. He has been with Foursquare Missions as a regional coordinator and area missionary since 2001 and has been involved in world missions since 1988 when he spent a season in Japan, followed by a number of years in Central Mexico. He has also served as a senior pastor and regional leader of Hispanic churches in Colorado. Ted holds a Master of Arts in Global Leadership from Fuller Seminary, has just completed a Doctorate in Contextual Missiology. He regularly shares on Global Missions.
Hugh Halter is an author, the founder of Missio, and is the lead pastor of Adullam. He speaks extensively across the country encouraging and equipping pastors in incarnational ministry and missional leadership. Hugh lives in Denver with his wife Cheryl and his two daughters Alli and McKenna. Their son Ryan, who has struggled with epilepsy since birth, now lives in Beverly Farms, an assisted living center for adults with disabilities.