The Catalyst Conference in Atlanta is less than three months away now, and we’re getting pretty excited about it. The McKnight Group is attending this conference for the next generation of church leaders and we think you should too. And if you’re a church leader, we’re making it even easier.
Join the Church Design Experts at Catalyst!
As we announced on our blog several weeks ago, we are holding a contest so you can join us at Catalyst. One lucky, active church leader will receive two tickets to the Atlanta Catalyst Conference, which is being held October 1-3, 2014, as well as hotel accommodations for two nights. All you need to do is visit our Facebook page and like us to get started. However, you’ve got to enter today, because this contest ends on August 15th!
Catalyst Speakers are Top Notch
There are many reasons we’re looking forward to Catalyst. One big one is the amazing group of church leaders who will be speaking, teaching, and leading worship at the event. Here are some of the highlights:
Andy Stanley, Senior Pastor, North Point Ministries – Andy’s North Point Ministries is a network of five Atlanta-area churches where 33,000 people worship every single Sunday. They’ve planted over 30 churches outside of Atlanta, and Andy has also published a handful of books.
Craig Groeschel, Lead Pastor, LifeChurch.tv – Craig’s network of churches originated in Oklahoma and has transformed the way church happens. Today they have over 90 weekend services at 16 different locations, and their messages are viewed weekly at over 200 network churches. Craig is also the author of a number of books.
Tim Keller, Founding Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church – A faith and urban culture expert, Tim started Manhattan’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church in 1989, growing it to a weekly attendance of over 5,000. His successful Redeemer City to City has also founded over 250 churches in 48 urban areas. Some of his books have been on the New York Times bestseller list.
Matt Redman, Worship Leader, Grammy Award-winning songwriter – music is a key to worship in the church today and Catalyst worship will be led by Matt Redman, who has served as a music minister in many nations on four continents. Currently based in Brighton, England, he is also the author of numerous books on worship.
Visit Us at Catalyst—or on the Web Anytime
Of course, if you’ve already got your tickets to Catalyst, we invite you to stop by our booth and meet us, ask us all your questions, and learn more about how a smart church building plan can enhance your church’s vision for growth. And if you can’t make it to Catalyst this year, visit our website and sign up for our free i3 webinar series to keep up with the latest information on church building and remodeling.