Three reasons to attend the One Story Conference

by Chad Austin
Monday, January 26, 2015 | 6 yrs old

Do you know how your story and others’ stories connect with God’s grand story of redemption? Find out at this year’s One Story Disciple-Making Conference, scheduled for Monday, Feb. 23 at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.

The conference will prepare believers to engage and connect with unbelievers in a modern context. Attendees will come away encouraged and equipped to win others to Christ and help them grow to maturity in Christ.

The event is offered at no charge, but advance registration is requested. Lunch is available for $7, but pre-registration is required for lunch and must be received by Feb. 15. The conference is fast approaching, so make plans now to attend if you haven’t already. Complete registration details are available online.

Here are three reasons you don’t want to miss the One Story Disciple-Making Conference.

1. Exciting lineup of speakers

Hear from some of the top disciple-making strategists and practitioners from around the country. Pastors Ed Stetzer, Afshin Ziafat and Robby Gallaty will each address one of the three conference themes of “hear, connect and share” as it relates to hearing others’ stories, connecting your story and sharing God’s story. Also, filmmaker Jon Erwin will discuss his current documentary project on the Jesus movement of the 1960s and 70s.

2. More equipping sessions

This year’s disciple-making conference offers more hands-on breakout sessions than ever before. Learn practical tips and strategies that will equip you to make disciples from all ages, cultures and backgrounds. Topics covered will include prayer’s role in disciple-making, cross-cultural evangelism, church revitalization and many more. A complete list of the equipping sessions is available online.

3. New women’s track

This year’s conference will feature a women’s disciple-making track featuring Lori McDaniel, Global Mission Catalyst with the International Mission Board (IMB). McDaniel has helped pioneer a disciple-making culture in her home church, and she will lead an equipping session titled, "Life on Life: Engaging Women in Disciple-Making."

We hope to see you at this year’s One Story Disciple-Making Conference. For more information or to register, visit disciplenc.org.