03 Jun 2010

Reflections from Lynchburg

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During one of my sessions, I remarked how important it was for churches to network together in order to reach a city or in our case, a county. No one church can reach the city, even the giga church down the street. Churches need strategic partnerships to further our reach. Rather than working independently, we need to learn to work interdependently.  What I found encouraging about the Lynchburg Chinese Conference was not only the partnership between the churches, but also the generations. I was encouraged by their vision and their commitment to equip the church to be on mission with Jesus. I was also impressed by the affection that people had for each other. It felt like a big family reunion. But even though it was our first time at Lynchburg, we felt like we were part of the family. Not only are we family, but we are on mission together to show the people around us how great God truly is! It’s a privilege that we can do it together rather than alone. May God continue to bless our churches to be a blessing to our communities and beyond.

Here are the messages. Listen to the youth speaker. His personal testimony is very powerful.

Youth Speaker: Stephen Hawkins

Session 1
Session 2 (unavailable)
Session 3
Session 4
Session 5

Adult Speaker:  Ken Liu

Session 1
Session 2 (unavailable)
Session 3
Session 4
Session 5
Sunday Morning Session

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