Building God’s Way Seminar for Church and Christian School Leaders Coming to Richmond, VA, Highlighting Strategies for Facility Expansion, Funding & Growth
Seminar speaker panel features experts in the fields of church architecture, church construction, worship technology, fundraising and gowth.
Chesterfield, VA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
The Building God´s Way (BGW) team will continue their fall seminar schedule on October 30 at Bethia United Methodist Church in Chesterfield, VA. The seminar speaker panel includes experts in the areas of church architecture, church building, church fundraising, worship technology, church growth and leadership.
Each of the speakers have worked with hundreds of ministries across the country and will share vital information about how successful and vibrant churches are responding to the largest generational shift in U.S. history.
The headline presentation, called “Not Your Parents´ Church”, will shed light on how the new generation is impacting church design, funding and facility use. Recent research indicates that 70% of those in the millennial generation feel that church is not relevant in their lives and a paradigm shift is bringing about new economic realities for ministries. Building God’s Way church architects have designed more than 500 facilities for churches and Christian schools and will share new perspectives on master planning and design that are key in reaching the Millennial generation.
The architects and the BGW regional church builder for Virginia, Dominion Construction Group, will also share about a unique church construction delivery model that is changing the way churches and Christian schools are being built. With a foundation based on relationships, stewardship and outreach, this proven process is delivering a consistent 20-30% savings compared to standard design and building methods – without lowering quality.
Architect & BGW Founder Dan Cook has extensive experience in the design and construction of churches, Christian schools and colleges, having worked with more than 600 ministries nationwide. As the founder of the integrated Building God´s Way process, he has developed proven techniques for signature design and cost-effective construction – exclusively for churches and Christian schools.
Pastor Terry Bates will lead the growth and fundraising tracks of the seminar. Terry has had the privilege of personally leading three ministries to incredible turnaround growth. He is currently the Senior Pastor of OKC Faith Church in Oklahoma City, OK. During more than 30 years of ministry, Terry has completed several consultant and coaching certification programs and has shared his leadership and ministry experiences around the world. He has served as one of the trainers for Dr. John Maxwell´s Million Leader Mandate, in which he was personally involved in training over 250,000 leaders.
Today, Terry provides consulting and coaching services in the areas of church growth and fundraising as President of BGW | Forward in Faith and BGW | Vibrant. He is the host of the weekly television and radio ministry “Discover Faith” and is a regular host for TBN and a guest of Daystar.
For more information or to register for a BGW “Not Your Parents’ Church” seminar, visit the BGW Events Registration web page.
About Building God´s Way – With a portfolio of nearly 400 churches and 120 Christian schools and colleges nationwide, Building God’s Way (“BGW”) has become a recognized leader in ministry design and construction. BGW has also developed an unparalleled network of kingdom building services that extend beyond just architecture and building and includes growth coaching, vision casting, capital fundraising, financing, leadership development and more. The mission of Building God´s Way is to build God´s Kingdom by translating the God-given ministry vision of Christian organizations through high-quality, cost-effective buildings and by demonstrating the love of Christ on the job site through the BGW Ministry of Construction program.
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