Adventist leaders of all ages, especially pastors and youth/young adult ministry leaders, are invited to specialized training in discipleship and leadership development. As part of IMPACT Atlanta, these free intensives will be held at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, 165 Courtyard Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303.
Monday & Wednesday • June 28 & 30th
Mon, 8:00-11:30a; Wed, 8:00a-2:00p • Georgia 7-8-9, Sheraton Atlanta Hotel
Pastors Laurence Burn and Yami Bazan will be fostering discipleship skills iATL delegates, empowering them to fulfill the Great Commission wherever they may go. Laurence is Adventist Frontier Mission’s International Field Director [www.afmonline.org]; Yami is LaSierra University’s Vice President for Student Life [www.lasierra.edu].
Thursday & Friday • July 1st & 2nd
8:00-11:30a • Salon DE, Sheraton Atlanta Hotel
Dr. Tim Elmore, president of Growing Leaders, will be equipping iATL delegates with leadership habits and attitudes, sharpening their ability to make a positive impact in their church and community. Elmore has also provided leadership training and resources nationally for the Future Farmers of America and multiple athletic programs including, the University of Texas football team, the Jacksonville State University football team and the Kansas City Royals. In addition, a number of government offices in Washington, D.C. have gone through the Habitudes™ curriculum [www.habitudes.org].
Training resources will be available for purchase just prior and following sessions.
IMPACT Atlanta [iATL] will be held June 23 through July 3, 2010 at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Converging Seventh-day Adventist young adults from around the world, iATL participants will offer service and outreach to the neighborhoods of greater Atlanta. Held concurrent with the 2010 General Conference Session of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, iATL [www.impactatlanta.info] is a servant leadership experience where young adults will be actively engage the great commission and great commandment in training, ministering, and worship.
For more information contact A. Allan Martin, amartin@GODencounters.edu