San Diego “Love Your Neighbor” Summit
Join me along with church leaders in the San Diego area for a “Love Your Neighbor” Summit on October 6-7.
The Love Your Neighbor Summit is a gathering of Christian leaders from different denominations, ethnicities, neighborhoods, and backgrounds to focus on how we can reach San Diego with the Good News of Jesus! Come together around tables for worship, Bible teaching, and strategizing about how we can engage our churches, serve our communities, and build lasting relationships that draw lost people to Jesus.
October 6th, Thursday 7PM-9PM / check-in 6:30PM
October 7th, Friday 9AM – 3PM
At Shadow Mountain Community Church San Diego, CA 92019
Author, The Art of Neighboring
Dave Runyon helps faith, business, and government leaders unite around common causes in the Denver metro area. He serves as the Executive Director of CityUnite and as a consultant for businesses who have a desire to make a positive impact in their communities.
Author, How to Love Your Neighbor Without Being Weird
Amy Lively is an author, speaker, and Bible teacher whose passion is teaching God’s Word as a “How To” manual for loving Him and loving others. Amy is the author of “How to Love Your Neighbor Without Being Weird” and founder of The Neighborhood Café.
Author, Loving Your Community
Pastor Steve Viars serves at Faith Church in Lafayette, Indiana. He and his wife Kris have two married daughters, a son, and five grandchildren. Pastor Viars’ gifted teaching ministry, enthusiasm for the Word of God, and organizational skills are instrumental in equipping Faith Church.
Gary is the Catalyst for Love KC. “We are committed to see every neighborhood in Kansas City adopted by a disciple living on mission where they live, learn, work, and play and every person prayed for by name.” Gary and his wife Belinda founded the Indian Creek Community Church.
How to Love Your Neighbor Without Inviting Them to Church
My keynote presentation will answer:
- How can we incentivize, equip and commission our congregations to get out there and love their neighbor?
- We each have our own individual excuses for not loving our neighbor, but what is the church’s excuse for not fulfilling Christ’s second greatest command?
- How do we transition from “love your neighbor” campaigns and programs to a continually loving lifestyle?
For my breakout session, we’ll look at seven open doors your congregation can walk through to impact culture and build the Kingdom.