Equip Video Links for Sessions:
April 26 Celebration Service Link: CLICK HERE
April 27 Keynote Rob Reimer Link: CLICK HERE
April 27 Workshop Dan Turner Link: CLICK HERE
April 27 CCOGM AGM Link: CLICK HERE
April 28 Keynote Ken MacDonald Link: CLICK HERE
We will begin on April 26 with an evening of celebration and vision for the future. Each morning there will be the main session that invites into what a fresh move of God in our churches may look like with speakers who are living it out in their context. On April 27 there will be afternoon workshops and the CCOGM AGM will take place that evening. All main sessions, the evening events and at least one of the workshops will be offered online to registered delegates. The evening session will also be available for viewing only for the entire CCOGM family.
It is exciting to gather as the CCOGM family. We encourage everyone to join us on April 26 at 7:00pm (Grace Point Church) to hear from our Executive Director, Rev. George Lutzer as he shares a vision for what God is calling our network of churches to.
Join us, in person or online, on April 26, 7:00 pm (MST) for EQUIP 2022 evening service. No registration needed.
We are better together, join in to celebrate how God is at work in the CCOGM family & to hear our vision moving into the future.
(720 62 Street SW, Edmonton)
Rob's passion is to see the kingdom of God advance through spiritual renewal. As Founder and President of Renewal International, Rob works with pastors, leaders and churches internationally to equip the people of God to live in freedom and to walk in the fullness and power of the Holy Spirit. His books Soul Care, Deep Faith, River Dwellers, Pathways to the King, and Calm in the Storm have sold worldwide.
Rob speaks regularly to pastors and ministry leaders at conferences and has a developing ministry mentoring Christian leaders. Personally transparent, Rob relates lessons learned as he walked with God, responded to His Word, and processed pain in marriage and ministry, finding freedom and fullness in Christ.
Rob will be present on Wednesday morning at EQUIP. His session will focus on bringing renewal to our churches and movement.
Ken MacDonald is the lead pastor of Southwest Community Church in SW Edmonton. Ken has been active in pastoral ministry for the last 49 years. The last 20 years Ken has served as a Church Planter, establishing the Terwillegar Community Church and now more recently Southwest Community Church.
Ken was introduced to Church Renewal (CR) eight years ago sparking new energy and life into his personal journey with Jesus Christ and into the local church where he is serving. He is grateful for the wise, methodical mentoring ministry of CR which has contributed to the passion and urgency he feels in his pastoral leadership.Ken will be present on Thursday morning at EQUIP.
His session will focus on how his church and life has benefited from embracing renewal, specifically through the Church Renewal movement.
Dan is the founding pastor of Northwest Community Church in the middle of Washington, D.C. The church was restarted from a 65 year old church nearing death. He led the congregation through a full closure in 2006, built a launch team, and re- launched the church several months later. Since the restart, the church has grown to a membership of over 200 with the largest demographic being young families. Dan has also served on staff with the D.C. area church district of the Church of God, Anderson.
Dan earned his Master of Divinity from Anderson Seminary School of Theology and his Doctor of Ministry from Wesley Seminary. Before accepting the call into ministry, he served as a Traffic Engineer conducting research for the Federal Highway Administration.He continues his work with church restarts through coaching and consulting with churches and denominational leaders. Dan is married to Kristie who serves as a public-school teacher. They are parents of three children between the ages of 6-13.
Dan will lead a two part workshop exploring how to lead churches through a Dying to Live process.
This workshop will help leaders and pastors understand the “how and why” of putting together a worship service. If you need some new ideas, a refresher or how no idea how to structure a service, this will be a great workshop for you. It will be interactive and practical.
Dave is the worship pastor at Eastside Church of God. He has a deep passion and calling to see people encounter Christ, especially through worship.
Why do you serve on a board? What are the most meaningful experiences of being on a board? What are some of the worst parts of being on a board? What makes a good board meeting or a bad one? These are a few questions we will explore in this workshop. Plus, we will explore how you can function as a board team that frees you to make a greater impact for God.
Tim has worked with leadership teams and boards for over 25 years. He will facilitate a discussion into practices that help boards to be highly effective.