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“I am deeply blessed, personally, by my attendance, and I came away with the seeds of a sound leadership plan for my church and its multisite growth going into 2024.”

Whether you’re a senior pastor, executive pastor or campus pastor, you should agree with that statement after you attend Campus Pastor Multisite Summit 2024 on Jan. 30-31 in Roanoke, Texas at Compass Church Roanoke.

We’ve curated the conference specifically to help you connect with other church leaders and peers. To learn the truly important multisite leadership strategies you won’t find anyplace else. And to have the chance to free your mind and recharge, in a house of worship environment away from your everyday treadmill of responsibilities.

Here are some quick tips to help you get the most from your time at Campus Pastor Multisite Summit this year.

1.Do a little homework before you arrive

According to Business Collective, a website devoted to entrepreneurship and leadership –both of which you’re entrenched in as a church pastor – make a plan of attack.
Before you arrive at Compass Church, create a list of some things you hope to learn, some questions you need answers for, and some new ideas you’re interested in hearing more about from other church leaders.

Study up and learn a little about each speaker in the schedule, as well, so you have context for their insights and where they’re coming from.

2.Schedule meetings or make time for informal conversations

Reach out to conference organizers or speakers you’d like to talk with. If you know before you get there, see if they can carve out a little time for fellowship over lunch or dinner during Campus Pastor Multisite Summit.

If everyone’s too busy at the conference, set up a call for afterwards.

3.Come prepared to forge vital new connections

Church software maker Faith Teams was founded by a pastor with a background in software development. During his time as a pastor and in business, this founder has identified some non-technical support that church pastors need: connection with other churches.

In a company blog entitled “5 Connections Every Pastor Needs” – where a personal connection to God and connection to family come in at nos. 1 and 2 on the list – connection to other churches also made the cut.

The Faith Teams’ founder wrote, “As Pastors, we sometimes feel like Lone Rangers, but God doesn’t want you to be alone. He wants you close to Him, close to your family, close to a few trusted friends, close to your key leaders, and close to at least one other Pastor who can be a mentor to you as you move forward.”

Even if you already have that mentor, perhaps you can become a friend or mentor for someone else you meet at Campus Pastor Multisite Summit.

4.Follow up and stay engaged after you get back home

If you’ve ever gone to a traditional tradeshow of any kind, you might remember coming home with a stack of business cards from people you probably won’t call back all year.

So, once you return home after the January conference, carve out some time to follow up with the connections you’ll make at Campus Pastor Multisite Summit.

Dr. John Maxwell of the John Maxwell Leadership Foundation and Equip, with a stated mission of mobilizing Christian leaders to transform their world, once said, “Successful people do the things that unsuccessful people are unwilling to do.”

Reach back out. Continue connection. And be ready to see one another again next year at Campus Pastor Multisite Summit.

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Get Ready for Campus Pastor Multisite Summit 2024

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