May 14, 2022 Pastors & Leaders Prayer Symposium
A Free Virtual Event
Saturday, May 14, 2022
9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Other Speakers & Conveners
Rev. Dr. Mac Pier
Rev. Dr. Samuel Vassel
Rev. Dr. Reford Mott
Rev. Dennis Dillon
Rev. David Hernquist
Purpose of the 13th Annual Pastors and Leaders Symposium
- To challenge participants to action through prayer towards spiritual renewal in the church for community transformation.
- To facilitate unity, reconciliation and healing in the Body of Christ through meaningful dialogue.
How will Participants benefit from attending this Symposium?
At this Symposium pastors and ministry leaders will receive an opportunity to:
hear a message from Rev. Dr. Clarence Hill, Jnr. based on the theme.
participate in a panel discussion led by experienced church leaders based on the topic:
How can the Church be an agent of reconciliation in a Post-George Floyd World?
participate in times of prayer centered around the theme.
Prayer and Leadership Resources
Your Kingdom Come: The Reign of Christ's Kingdom in the Earth
Required: God’s Call to Justice, Mercy, and Humility to Overcome Racial Division
You cannot afford to miss this Symposium
About the Annual Pastors' & Leaders' Prayer Symposium
IPMI has responded to God's mandate to be a vanguard of prayer, providing a unique element of support to the church. As an ally of the church providing vital reinforcement in prayer, IPMI seeks to serve the Pastors and signal its unswerving alliance to support them as they lead their local congregations. In keeping with this commitment, IPMI hosts the Annual Pastors and Leaders Prayer Symposium.
The Annual Pastors' and Leaders' Prayer Symposium is designed to be a source of practical and spiritual support to pastors and ministry leaders, their ministries, and congregations. Many of these churches struggle with prayer. These pastors, however, desire to see their churches grow in making a solid spiritual impact in their local communities
At this Symposium, pastors and ministry leaders get an opportunity to dialogue with an experienced and competent church person about things that will facilitate and strengthen their ability to lead the church. The Symposium is expected to be a mutual learning opportunity in which colleagues will share insight, and pastors will feel as if the process enriches them. It is our conviction in IPMI that as we strengthen one another, we present the united invincible front that will tear down the strongholds of the enemy.
|05-14-2022 9:00 am
|Event End Date
|05-14-2022 12:00 pm
|Cut off date
|05-14-2022 10:00 am