Refuel, Liberty, Evangelical Leaders, Chicago, and more!
Over the course of the next week or so, I'm headed to Lynchburg, VA, Washington D.C., and Chicagoland, which I wrote a bit about last week.
Wednesday, October 15th: Lynchburg, VA—Refuel
On Tuesday evening, I will arrive in Lynchburg, VA, and on Wednesday morning I'll head to Thomas Road, where I'll be speaking at the Refuel Conference. I will be speaking alongside a number of gifted leaders including Mark Batterson, J.D. Greear, Ronnie Floyd, David Nassar, Jim Cymbala, and others. Over the years, I've really grown to appreciate Jonathan Falwell more and more. This is an annual conference that I always am glad to serve.
Here is a helpful video that shares a bit of the vision for the conference:
You're welcome to register and join us next week.
Thursday, October 16th: Washington D.C.—National Association of Evangelicals
After speaking on Wednesday and spending some time at the conference, I'll head to Washington D.C. on Thursday for the board meeting for the National Association of Evangelicals. I'm thankful I get to serve alongside these other evangelical pastors and church leaders. I wrote about why the NAE matters in an earlier post.
I'll share a some research during the board meeting related to a project we are working on with the NAE.
Friday, October 17th: Lynchburg, VA—Liberty University
On Friday, when our time is up in the nation's capital, I'll drive back to Lynchburg and head over to Liberty University and speak at Convocation.
The Liberty Convocation is over 10,000 students-- and is the largest weekly gathering of Christian young adults in the world. Johnnie Moore invited me and graciously has invited me annually, but he has headed ...