We are grateful to have Alexander Strauch and Jason Dohm join us for our elder's conference on "The Life of a Shepherd" in March. At this conference, we will examine very practical matters in the life of a shepherd.

Setting Unfinished Things In Order
Elders Who Excel Still More
Defining Elder Authority
Where Are We Going To Get Future Elders?
Start To Finish Process For Nominating And Qualifying Elders
Navigating The Landmines Of Shared Leadership
How Do Elders Help A Church Not Bite And Devour
How Should Elders Deal With Pornography In The Church
The Family Life Of An Elder
The Importance Of Vocational Elders
How Deacons Can Help Their Elders
How Elders Should Care For Deacons
Question And Answer Panel
Faithful Shepherds, Ezek 34

In Titus 1:5, we learn that Titus was to “set in order the things that are lacking and appoint elders in every city.” By His perfect wisdom, God has laid out how the church is to be governed by His Word. It is such a blessing that God’s design for the leadership of His church has been revealed to us. We must ensure that our practices and doctrine today mirror with what Scripture dictates.

We will also discuss the role and responsibilities of a deacon and how deacons and elders should work together.

As the shepherds go, so goes the church. One of the most dangerous things leaders can do is to appoint men who are not biblically qualified. Conversely, one of the most life-giving things leaders can do is to properly identify and present elders to the church for affirmation.