Comments From the Last Conference…
The main speakers were awesome and energetic!
The whole conference was a blessing, but I really enjoyed the breakouts.
To the point – answered questions – clear and usable methods.
Great qualifications and expertise of the breakout renovators. I also learned a lot from the guest speakers.
Just wanted to thank you again for a great conference this week! I’m sure there was a lot of time and money spent, but it was a great event! The… Read the Whole Comment “Thanks for letting us NC boys in on the fun!”
Five Great Speakers!
Renovate Is A Place to Start Renewal Revival
This is a conference for churches in Alabama and Georgia, which provides a national platform, voice and delivery network for advocating the need for church revitalization and renewal. Renovate spotlights significant practitioners and leaders in the field of church revitalization and renewal.
It's More Than a Conference
Renovate is a movement of church revitalizers committed to learning, growing, changing and leading change! This church revitalization conference is designed to connect, inspire, equip and challenge church revitalizers. Do you have a passion to see your church revitalized? If so, the Renovate My Church Regional Conference is for you!
What Does Church Revitalization Mean?
Church Revitalization is a movement within Protestant evangelicalism, which emphasizes the missional work of turning a plateau or rapidly declining church around and moving it back towards growth. It is lead through a Church Revitalization Initiative, which is when a local church begins to work on the renewal of the church with a concerted effort to see the ministry revitalized and the church become healthy. Church Revitalization means that the local church knew how, at one time previously, to renew, revitalize, and re-establish the health and vitality of the ministry. One of the challenges for the laity in the day in which we live is that they have lost the knowledge of church renewal and no longer want to cultivate the skill sets necessary to see their church experience revitalization. Even sadder is when a congregation does not have the corporate memory that there was a day when the local church was reaching people for Christ Jesus and active as evangelistic witnesses into their community.