Sometimes in serving, it can be difficult to decide what to take on and what not to. One may feel a passion in a certain area of serving, while having a gift in another. Whether to pursue our passion or our gift from God is something we will learn in this workshop. Cantonese.
Contrary to the common notion, most people think that a title is required for one to be a leader. However, according the biblical leadership master teacher Dr. J. Robert Clinton, "Leadership is a dynamic process in which a man or woman with God-given capacity influences a specific group of God’s people toward His purpose for the group." This workshop will explore the five stages of a leader’s life-long development. We will focus on what God’s purpose upon us is; what our God-given capacity is and see how one’s inner life growth will affect one’s life time ministry. This workshop is for all those emerging leaders that want to be faithful to the Lord not just for a short endeavor but their whole life. Cantonese.
"Wait for the LORD; Be strong and let your heart take courage; Yes, wait for the LORD." - Psalms 27:14.
There are times in our life when God doesn't answer our prayers. What should be our response when we are waiting for God? English.
God commands us to proclaim His name and make known what He has done among the nations. As Christians, we are commanded to fulfill the Great Commission. No matter where we are or what we do, how do we direct others around us towards God? English.
People of different backgrounds go to church looking to learn more about Jesus. How can we challenge and encourage them to continue their search for Christ? Come and learn different ways we can make church life relevant and engaging to seekers. Cantonese.
What is our role in the workplace? Apostle Paul said that we are ambassadors for Christ. If we can't share the Gospel with coworkers, how can we glorify God at the place where
we spent most of our day? In this workshop, the speaker will share 5 surprisingly easy principles on how we can successfully introduce Christ into our workplace. Mandarin.
We are college students and young adults with a passion and commitment
to work with our local churches and fellowships for a spiritual revival.
The culmination of this year-long effort is our annual WCCCC winter
conference at Mount Hermon (California).