Champion-Hosted Micro-Events - Workshop

Create intimate, powerful, cause-oriented experiences that build God-glorifying communities

 
Community: South Carolina
Thursday, May 16, 2024
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Shandon Baptist Church
5250 Forest Drive
Columbia, SC
 
Seats Available: 27 of 50

Event Information

Healthy champion communities can be strong platforms for fundraising, acquiring new champions, and discipling God's people. It is in community that wounds are healed, victories are celebrated, outsiders become insiders, resources are provided, and needs are met. This kind of change is not limited to the communities of people we serve. Champion communities can, and should, experience this kind of transformation too!

Gather with your peers at this Mission Increase workshop to learn how micro-events can leverage existing relationships to foster communities and multiply your efforts in the causes of Christ.

Outcomes:

  • Understand the biblical concept of community
  • Practice planning micro-events that incorporate basic principles
  • Identify champions who can host micro-events

This workshop will benefit your team, and everyone involved in designing events and coaching your champions. Register today!

Location Details

Park in the rear lot. Enter by the covered entrance on the left near the playground.

Presenters
Arnold Kimmons
Featuring - Arnold Kimmons
Area Director, South Carolina, Mission Increase
After more than thirty years as a sales and marketing executive, Arnold Kimmons graduated from the corporate world in 2014 to serve ministry leaders, first with Ministry Ventures and now with Mission Increase. Arnold serves as the Area Director for Mission Increase South Carolina. Based in Greenville, SC, he equips Christian nonprofit leaders in biblical principles of fundraising, planning, board governance, and leadership. His vision is for all ministry leaders to be equipped for service and working in unison to build up the body of Christ. (Eph. 4:12-13) Arnold serves on the board of directors for an inner-city ministry that cares for the homeless, prostitutes and men transitioning out of prison. Arnold's wife Kristie is a full partner in this and all other ventures in their life. While her most important roles are support and encouragement, she assists with many of the administrative tasks necessary to support their ministry. They have two grown children and a daughter-in-law.