Church Missions Conference Coming To Northwest Georgia In August

Monday, June 3, 2019
The organizers of the One More Conference on Missions announce that there will be a church missions conference coming to northwest Georgia in August.  The One More Conference on Missions is the first one-day event that provides an opportunity for lay leaders and professionals to come together in an interdenominational event focused on missions ministries in churches.

“Most conferences focused on missions are costly to attend either because of distance or participation fee, and most missions conferences are geared to a specific denomination,” says Kirsten McClain, one of the organizers of the One More Conference.
“Northwest Georgia and the Tennessee Valley need to be provided the same high-quality speakers and experts as other parts of this country, and smaller churches with fewer resources deserve to know about this opportunity to come together and focus on church missions.”

Officials said participants should expect:

Quality workshops with helpful information for church missions committees;
Opportunities to network with others who make missions decisions in churches; and
Free resources to be shared for answers to the challenges missions leaders face today.

The One More Conference will be held at the Taylor Estate in Rome, with tickets on sale now. For more information about the conference, visit Eventbrite.com and search for the One More Conference on Missions in Rome, Ga. Tickets can be purchased there. Early bird pricing ends July 1. Tickets range from $30-$50, and group discounts are available by emailing one.more@propempo.com for a discount code for three or more.


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