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Bishop Lyle Dukes and Pastor Deborah Dukes Usher in an Era of Change for Churches with International Conference, October 3 – 5, 2012 in Washington, D.C. Area

September 8, 2012

The Impact Conference will bring top speakers, Bishop I.V. Hilliard, Bishop B. Courtney McBath, Dr. Samuel Chand to the area. Musical guests include Evangelist Beverly Crawford, Pastor Jason Nelson and Earnest Pugh.

Woodbridge, Virginia (PRWEB) September 07, 2012

The Impact Conference — Strategies in Church Growth, hosted by acclaimed pastors and ministry leaders, Bishop Lyle Dukes and Pastor Deborah Dukes, will be held in Northern Virginia at the Harvest Life Changers Church, International on Wednesday, October 3 — Friday, October 5, 2012.

With inspirational sessions, exciting musical tributes by award-winning gospel artists and compelling sermons by some of the world´s leading ministry experts, this conference has something to offer everyone. All are invited to attend.

With the theme, “Reinvent Your Ministry”, this year´s conference aims to equip pastors and ministry workers with the information and insight to address the unique challenges of ministry and help churches thrive. Conference hosts and speakers, Bishop Lyle Dukes and Pastor Deborah Dukes, will be joined by a gifted team of ministry leaders during this event.

Bishop I.V. Hilliard, Mega-Church Pastor, entrepreneur and visionary; Bishop B. Courtney McBath, senior founding pastor of Calvary Revival Church in Norfolk, Virginia, and the presiding bishop of Calvary Alliance of Churches and Ministries; and international leadership expert, Dr. Samuel Chand are top names that will help draw men and women from around the world to the Impact Conference.

Special guest psalmists include Grammy and Stellar award winning gospel artist, Evangelist Beverly Crawford, Pastor and worship leader, Jason Nelson and chart topping artist, Earnest Pugh.

The Impact Conference will feature inspirational and educational sessions that cover key aspects of ministry. Sessions include:

  •     New Members: Getting Them Connected
  •     Behind the Scenes of Ministry: Organization and Structure
  •     Maximizing Your Music Ministry
  •     Expanding Your Reach through Internet, Social Media and Websites
  •     The Master´s Plan for Financial Stewardship
  •     Creating Programs and Events for Maximum Impact
  •     Standing Room Only: Packing Out Your Youth Ministry
  •     Breakthrough: Experiencing a Personal Revival

Each session has been carefully crafted to empower attendees with the proven techniques that will bring results in their ministries and help them to make a positive difference in their various communities and church homes.

During this powerful time of ministry, Bishop Dukes and Pastor Deborah are extending a special invitation to all Senior Pastors and their spouses to the Pastors and Spouses Luncheon. With the theme “The DNA of Your Ministry”, the luncheon attendees will experience a special time of impartation and fellowship, along with a delicious meal.

The Impact Conference also features a special session for members of the Empowerment Fellowship of Covenant Churches at the Covenant Pastors´ Impartation Reception to be held on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 4:00 pm.

All sessions and services will be held at Harvest Life Changers Church, International. Early bird registration is only $35 for all three days and includes all sessions and services. On Wednesday, September 19th, the early bird rates will end and the registration fee will increase to $45. Special group rates are available.

For more information or to register, call (703) 490-4040, toll free at (877) 867-3853 or register online at http://www.lyleanddeborahdukes.com. Please visit our website for the full conference itinerary, speakers and musical guests, sessions, hotel information, local attractions, directions and more. Harvest Life Changers Church, International is located at 14401 Telegraph Road in Woodbridge, VA.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/9/prweb9873337.htm


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