St. Louis-based Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM) will be hosting its first Regional Outreach Conference Feb. 18-19 in Tempe, Ariz., a suburb of Phoenix.
The conference will offer inspirational and practical information that’s designed to “take individual ministry outreach to new — and more confident — heights,” according to an LHM news release.
Presenters will include Rev. Ken Klaus, speaker of “The Lutheran Hour” and Dr. Robert Newton, president of the LCMS California-Nevada-Hawaii District.
The conference will include workshops on topics such as faith-sharing, outreach strategies and the impact of mission trips; a “five14” witnessing training track for teens; and an outreach-themed vacation Bible school for children.
St. Louis singer Erin Bode will perform.
Registration is $99 for adults, $79 for teenagers in the “five14” track, and $59 for children from kindergarten through pre-teen. Younger children are free.
Registration includes all main-stage and breakout sessions, the Bode concert, all meals on Saturday, access to exhibit-area resources, and continued training after the conference ends. To register, call 800-876-9880 or visit www.lhm.org/roc/az_registration.asp.
Lodging at the conference site — the Fiesta Resort and Conference Center in Tempe — is $109 per night. To reserve a room, call the resort at 800-528-6481 or visit www.lhm.org/roc/az_accomodations.asp.
Questions about the conference may be directed to Faith Spelbring at 800-944-3450, ext. 4209, or email@example.com.
Posted Nov. 9, 2010