Join us for this strategic discussion about what it means to be an "Embedded Church", covering everything from mission and vision to facilities and finances!
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We believe that everything from mission and vision to architecture and construction are all part of the same strategic conversation. We look forward to beginning that conversation with you!
Save up to 30% on your next building project
Learn how to avoid some of the most common mistakes and pitfalls of the construction process and reduce up-front construction costs as well as long-term maintenance and operation expenses.
Creating an Embedded Identity in your community
Is your church filling a need in your community that would be greatly missed if you were not there? Learn the keys to creating a culture that is focused on becoming a more integral part of the community.
Financially Sustainable Buildings
Learn how churches across the country are successfully integrating financially sustainable business models in their new facilities that can reduce existing overhead costs and become a catalyst for ministry growth & Kingdom impact.
” An in-depth look at how to move through the process of building! ”
"Great information and exactly what our Church needed as we navigate through the complicated process of expanding our Ministry Center. A no nonsense approach towards becoming an embedded church in our community along with an in-depth look at how to move through the process of building, with an emphasis on integrity and accountability at every phase.”
- Bill Meadows
Farmdale Church of the Nazarene,
Whether you're planning a building or remodel project or you're looking for support in becoming a stronger, healthier ministry, this seminar has something for everyone!
The church is not a building...It’s a movement. Although physical space is not a pre-requisite for carrying out the Great Commission, it can be a powerful ministry tool in advancing the movement of Jesus Christ. What story does your building tell about the kind of church God has called you to be? Learn how Building God’s Way is helping churches all across the U.S. to rethink the way they utilize existing facilities and plan for future growth.
The stories of church building programs gone awry are plentiful. How do we best exercise good stewardship of both our finances and our property, while at the same time creating space that is relevant, aesthetically pleasing, flexible and truly built for the ages?
Learn how strategic master planning and innovative design can help you optimize community impact on your church campus - not just on Sundays - but 7 days a week! Hear about a dynamic & collaborative 3-day design process that will bring your ministry dreams to life.
Learn how to eliminate the typical change order process and uncover construction industry linkages within your ministry that can lead to in-kind gifts & substantially discounted products and services for your building project.
Learn how your church can access a network of Kingdom building partners that are dedicated to the expansion of Christian ministry, including architects, contractors, developers, funding experts, church building supply vendors, pastor consultants and more.
Becoming an "Embedded Church" in your Community. Community doesn’t just happen by accident. We must break ground and cultivate a culture that invites people in. We must come to a place where we truly believe there is no "us and them", there is just “us". Matt Roberts, Senior Pastor of The Genesis Project Church and CEO of The Genesis Fund National Church Planting Network, will share some keys from his book, The God of New Beginnings, that can help you create a culture that allows people to belong before they believe.
Shepherding your Congregation through Change. No matter where your church is in its story, one of the hardest things you will ever do as a leader is to shepherd your congregation through change. Change can be scary. It challenges our comfort zones, stretches our faith and can be a divisive force if not led through with deliberate discernment and care.
We live in a world that is changing faster than ever. 100 years ago, very little changed in one's lifetime. Today, the culture and economy of our world seems to experience radical upheaval every few years. Learn how to embrace this catalytic culture head on through practical and intentional strategy that takes stock of where we've been and looks through eyes of faith into the future.
Creating Economic Engines that Fund Missional Movements. Church facilities have traditionally been among the least utilized buildings in America, sitting empty throughout most of the week. Learn how your church can leverage for-profit partnerships to maximize the use of their building and help offset overhead costs. Discover what community embedment, Gospel change and facility financial sustainability look like in your context. Learn how to uncover the highest and best use of your property and become better stewards of all that God has given you.
After the morning sessions, join us for lunch and an interactive panel discussion with all the seminar presenters, as well as local construction experts. This is the perfect opportunity to get all your questions answered by the experts. Our hope is to provide a framework to guide you in establishing a strategic blueprint for your ministry and encourage lasting change beyond this seminar.
Lead Pastor of The Genesis Project National Church Network
Matt is the Founder and Lead Pastor of The Genesis Project, a church based in Ogden, Utah that has grown to a multi-site movement in 6 communities across the nation reaching thousands every week. He began his ministry as a youth pastor in the inner cities of Tampa, FL and Portland, OR. In addition to his present ministry in Utah, Matt consults with churches and denominations all across the country that are seeking to reach into dark places with the hope of Jesus.
Matt's new book, "The God of New Beginnings", shares the story of The Genesis Project and their intentional focus on reaching the marginalized and desperate people in our cities, including drug addicts, convicts, strippers, and gang members. Through these dramatic stories, Matt offers practical wisdom to pastors for breaking through the darkness in a person’s life and creating a culture that allows people to belong before they believe.
President & Principal Architect, Building God's Way
Don has one of the most extensive backgrounds in worship and performing arts architecture, designing prominent facilities all across the U.S. throughout his 35 year career. Don leads a team that has designed more than 850 ministry projects across the country and he has been recognized with a number of awards for innovative and creative church design. Throughout his career, Don has emphasized the need to maintain solid stewardship principles during the design process and he specializes in helping ministries to cast their vision through creative master planning and preliminary design concepts. He earned his Masters Degree in Architecture from the University of Utah in 1982 and formerly served as President of the American Institute of Architects for the State of Utah.
Architect, Building God's Way
David has been intimately involved in leading the preliminary design process with ministries all across the U.S. who have relied on BGW to capture their vision and achieve momentum as they start the building process. This role has given David a front row seat to observe the national trends and culture of churches across the country. David is skilled at bridging the design gap of previous generations while merging progressive and relevant concepts that appeal to the millennial generation. He earned his Master of Architecture Degree from Judson University and is registered with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).