Annual Pastors & Leaders Symposium
Annual Leaders Prayer Symposium405 S Pipeline Dec 12, 2017
The Annual Pastors' and Leaders' Prayer Symposium is designed to be a source of practical and spiritual support to pastors and ministry leaders, many of whose churches struggle with prayer, but who also have a desire to see their churches grow in making a strong spiritual impact in their local communities.
At this symposium, pastors and ministry leaders are offered 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 insight will be shared by colleagues and pastors will feel as if they are enriched by the process.
What Can Pastors and Organizational Leaders Expect from Attending the Pastors’ and Leaders’ Prayer Symposium?
- A powerfully inspiring, insightful and practical message from our guest speaker about how pastors and their congregations can transform their communities through prayer;
- Practical suggestions and information about resources available to pastors for the strengthening and development of the prayer life of their congregations;
- A time of Prayer.
What Pastors and Leaders are Saying about the Pastors and Leaders Prayer Symposium
"IPMI has responded to God’s mandate to be a vanguard of prayer, providing a special element of support to the church across the tri-state area. As an ally of the church providing vital reinforcement in prayer, IPMI seeks to serve the Pastors and to signal its unswerving alliance in support of them as they lead their local congregations. In keeping with this commitment, IPMI hosts the Annual Pastors and Leaders Prayer Symposium. ... 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." (Rev. Dr. Samuel Vassel, Senior Pastor, Bronx Bethany Church of the Nazarene)
I am excited about the work of IPMI and its efforts to connect leaders for strategic intercession. Rev. Newton Gabbidon and his board have done a tremendous job of stimulating prayer in their congregations. I have participated in two prayer symposiums and they have been a powerful spiritual experience.” (Rev. Dr. Mac Pier, Founder & CEO, The New York City Leadership Center).