Equipping Weekend

Campus: McKinley

Equipping Weekend is a chance to go deeper on certain topics than a Sunday allows. We'll start on Friday night with a Mission Reflection Night, hearing how our church family has Participated with the Holy Spirit this year and the work God did through that.

Then on Saturday, we'll have several seminars taught both by pastors and lay leaders in their areas of expertise. Saturday is a chance to Pursue God and learn how to better Proclaim Jesus.

Topics will include:

  • Changes that Heal by Dr. Henry Cloud
    Four practical steps to a happier, healthier you. Dr. Cloud’s plan shows you how to bond with others for truly intimate relationships, separate from others and develop a sense of self, understand the good and bad in yourself and others, grow emotionally and spiritually toward adulthood
  • Five Steps in Maintaining your Freedom in Christ
    Through the death of Jesus on the cross and His resurrection from the dead, it is possible for us to be new creations in Christ Jesus, free from the bondage of sin and our old life. Now this is living! Learn five ways to maintain this freedom we have been given.
  • Women in Ministry
    Why do Wesleyans support female pastors? Where do they find the Biblical support? Come have a conversation with Pastor Cable around key scriptures and learn together about this important subject.
  • Grace & Truth: Navigating Relationships with the LGBTQ Community

    There are many aspects of our culture today that go against what we believe as Christians, and it can be difficult to know how to navigate them. Our model in this is Jesus, who according to John 1:14, came from the Father, full of grace and truth. This training is geared toward how we can engage in loving relationships with members of the LGBTQ+ community with grace and truth. We will look at both Old Testament and New Testament Scriptures which directly refer to homosexuality and discuss ways we as Christians can interact with those of differing sexual ethics.

  • Anxiety & Depression: What are they and what can I do?
    Anxiety is the #1 struggle for Americans today. The consequences of anxiety and depression, if left untreated, can have major negative effects on your life. Come learn some effective coping mechanisms and ways to support yourself, a family member or friend who may be struggling.
  • The Crossroads of Mental Health and God
    Stigmas and personal beliefs about mental health can intersect with our belief in God. Let’s take a look at how mental health struggles coexist with being a Christian. We will look at what being human, both flesh and spirit, looks like and how they can come together.

The fee for the day is $15 and includes lunch. You'll select the sessions you're interested in when you register. We look forward to seeing you there!

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