Practical training on sharing Christ with our Indian neighbors. Authored by CRU missionary Cathy Douglass. Join over 3,400 believers in multiple countries who have learned to introduce their neighbors to Jesus “with gentleness and respect” in the context of a caring relationship (1 Peter 3:15).
What you will learn and experience:
How to show and share Jesus in a diverse culture we live in today
Interactive teaching including in-depth videos and group learning and discussion
Practical strategies, tools, and action points to build your confidence in sharing the Gospel
Handbook filled with life-changing resources to take home with you
Biblical principles applicable to people from various backgrounds and cultures
Join us for a special Mental Health Awareness webinar, hosted by the Trauma Healing Institute. This webinar will feature a short conversation between a pastor and a mental health professional about how churches can care for hurting people using simple, practical tools that anyone can use to learn about and respond to trauma. Hear from our Trauma Healing specialists as they share about these resources, and learn how you can help bring light and support those in need.
The 2021 conference theme is Shaping the Future of Volunteerism. At TVMC 2021, we will explore how we can shape the future of volunteerism by improving our ability to adapt to change, think innovatively about volunteer engagement and prepare for the return of normalcy.
Love Listens - Dallas
May 20th @ 1pm - Leader Workshops
All Saints Dallas, 901 S. Ervay, Dallas, TX, 75201
An afternoon of curated talks, for an in-depth look at evangelism in our moment. You’ll get to participate in roundtable sessions, with curated discussions on the latest research on church, culture, digital, next-generation, and more. Choose Leader Track or Youth Track.
May 20th @ 7pm - Evening Experience
St. Ann’s Church, 180 Samuel Blvd, Coppell, TX, 75019
The Love Listens gathering is a free event for the Church in your city, open to anyone who is interested in serving and loving their city well. It’s an evening of prayer, listening to the cries of our moment, and looking to the leading of the Holy Spirit for the future.
Join us to hear from a panel of leaders including Sarah Cotton Nelson of Communities Foundation of Texas, Alfreda Norman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, and Harry LaRosiliere, Mayor of Plano, as they discuss the current state of equity in Collin County.
CREEHS is presenting their first programming event, Community Conversations: Translating Research to Practice on Thursday, May 20th at 11 a.m. The first topic will feature CREEHS faculty lead, Dr. William Scarborough as he presents his research on The Social Implications of COVID-19 Across Race, Class, Gender, and Parental Status: Identifying Challenges and Charting A Path Forward.
We invite you to come be inspired and commissioned to #livegenerously across generations. During our time together, we will learn how different generations view generosity, what tools are available to engage across the generations and have the opportunity to #livegenerously in real time TOGETHER. In light of May being Foster Awareness Month, our collective Act of Generosity will directly benefit vulnerable children in the foster care system.
Started in 2017, Together We Dine (TWD) provides an opportunity for people to have safe conversations over dinner about race. In the current health cautious environment, TWD has pivoted to a virtual format held via Zoom. Following an introduction of fellowship, facilitators will lead interactive small group discussions between participants about race, race relations and current events.
The United Way Nonprofit Success Institute strengthens and supports grassroots organizations and nonprofits in southern Dallas and Collin County. This partnership between United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Communities Foundation of Texas and State Fair of Texas provides training and resources to enable small nonprofits, churches and neighborhood associations to operate more efficiently, increase their impact and successfully compete for funding.
Weekly Prayer Call for Pastors
Pastor Bryan Carter from Concord Church and Jeff Warren from Park Cities Baptist Church would like to cordially invite you to participate in a weekly prayer call every Wednesday at 11:00-11:30 AM CST.
The call-in number is 972-798-2730.
The focus of the call is to pray for four specific areas: Church (Matt 5:14), Physical Healing (Psalm 103:3), Financial Healing (Philippians 4:19), and Faith Over Fear (Isaiah 41:10).
Tuesday's Open Prayer Call
Every Tuesday at 7:30 AM
Access code: 2860688
Pray with our city-wide church over the needs of our cities. Each week will be led by a member of our group and will last twenty to thirty minutes.