Category Archives: Synod

Mission Matters Workshop: Better Building Projects

Rick Thurman is President of The Trinity Group, a project management company serving as an in-house design and construction team for large and small commercial organizations, as well as non-profit groups. In his Synod 2017 workshop, he’ll discuss why only ten percent of church building projects are completed without difficulty, and how churches can overcome […]

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Mission Matters Workshop: Leading Bible Studies

Deacon Diane Pitzl serves as the main service coordinator for Red Bank Chapel in Chattanooga, TN. She has spent 30 years studying and teaching Scripture to others and is hosting our workshop on Leading Bible Studies during Synod 2017. Do you have a favorite story of how God has impacted your life through leading or being […]

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Synod Workshop: Intercessory Prayer

Ty Bragg is Minister of Music at Trinity Anglican Church, Douglasville, GA. A prayer and lay leader, Bragg is currently Coordinator for ADOTS Intercessors, and is leading our workshop on Intercessory Prayer during Synod 2017. Sometimes praying for others is more of a passing thought than an intentional practice. How do you think people and […]

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In His Presence: Spiritual Formation Workshop Simple tools for helping people receive God’s provision

The Rev.Summer Gross serves as a deacon and Director of Soul Care at Holy Cross Cathedral, Loganville, GA. She’ll be leading our workshop on Spiritual Formation during Synod 2017.  “The longest journey in life is the one from the head to the heart.” – Ravi Zacharias How do people move from knowledge to relationship, from […]

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Synod Workshop: Sharing Your Unique Parish

Rachel Moorman is Communications Associate for ADOTS and will be leading our workshop on Church Communications at Synod 2017. “Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who empowers them all in everyone.” – 1 Corinthians […]

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