REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the 2016 Ministry Incubators Hatch-a-thons!

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Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center
Lake Junaluska, NC
$255 per person*
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Institute for Youth Ministry
Princeton Theological Seminary
Princeton, NJ
$369 per person*
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If you are:

 

  • An early stage missional entrepreneur or ministry innovator…
  • A church leader with an idea for sustainable ministry that you want to test out…
  • Someone convinced that we’re called follow Christ into the neediest corners of the earth, even when the budget makes that look impossible…

 
…then this event is for you.
 
Choose from two formats: the retreat-like setting of the mountains of western North Carolina, or the bucolic campus setting of Princeton Theological Seminary. Both hatch-a-thons are short, succinct, intense and hands-on, fueled by coffee and hope. In two days you will transform your idea into a sustainable ministry plan with the help of coaches, missional entrepreneurs, and expert advisors. You’ll go home with a plan for launching your enterprise, and a community of colleagues who will champion you every step of the way.
 
Registration: You may register as an individual or as a team of two.* If you register as an individual, please find a partner whom you can call during the event for advice. Or—if you really want to move the ball down the field—bring your partner with you!
 
*Partners get sharply reduced registration rates; see registration form.

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