It is my sincere pleasure to invite you, as pastors and clergy, to our Alabama-West Florida Conference “Bishop’s Day Apart” which is scheduled for March 11, 2013, at St. James United Methodist Church in Montgomery, AL from 9:00am-3:00pm.
Dr. Maxie Dunnam, a United Methodist clergyman, is a scholar, preacher, leader and popular author of more than forty books. Dr. Dunnam is the Pastor Emeritus and Director of Christ Church Global at Christ United Methodist Church in Memphis, TN. He also has extensive experience in church planting in Georgia, Mississippi and California. Prior to his appointment at Christ United Methodist Church he served with The Upper Room, seven of those years as World Editor. He left Christ Church to serve as President of Asbury Theological Seminary for 10 years where he currently serves as chancellor.
It is my hope Dr. Dunnam will give insight and inspiration to us as ministers of the Gospel. During this time of Lent we look to God for renewal and spiritual refreshment. Dr. Dunnam will help inspire this desire through his transformational teachings.
Please feel free to invite any of your church leadership who would like to join the clergy of our conference for this Bishop’s Day Apart. While this day is intended to strengthen our calling, a broad base of persons are inspired and shaped by Dr. Dunnam’s ministry. We would certainly extend hospitality and invitation to all who wish to join us on this day.
To ensure lunch is provided, it is critical to register for this event. To register, click here. The $10.00 registration fee will cover the cost of lunch and will only be guaranteed to those who pre register. If you need help in the registration process, simply call Megyn or Traci at our Conference Center.
As always, I am very proud of our Alabama-West Florida Conference, for your ministry, and for the Gospel of Jesus Christ you proclaim and invite others to follow. May you join me in giving thanks for the words of the Apostle Paul who said, “May the Lord direct your hearts to the love of God and to the steadfastness of Christ.” (2 Thessalonians 3:5).