NOTICE: COVID-19 UPDATE
Currently, New York State and local counties are in wide-spread shut down with the expectation that these restrictions could continue into May. As we anticipate these precautions to impact The Hudson Valley Leadership Summit scheduled for April 25, we have no alternative but to suspend the Summit until further notice.
We do hope to reschedule the Summit, but cannot do so until we have more clarity on the long-term impact of COVID-19 in our region. We have speculated with early June, but cannot commit. Obviously, we will keep you informed as we move forward. All registration and sponsorship payments will be refunded as soon as possible.
Thanks for your understanding. May God bless you, your family and your church.
For more than a decade, THE HUDSON VALLEY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT has been the premier leadership training event of the Hudson Valley. Specifically designed for church workers and Christian leaders across all levels of ministry and leadership, the Summit is a one-day, intensive training experience imparting practical skills and fresh insights to take your leadership to the next level. We hope you and your team will join us on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at The Mission Church, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
2020 SUMMIT THEME
RELEVANCE WITHOUT COMPROMISE
We live in a broken world that is desperately seeking answers. Conversations about homosexuality, abortion, gender identity, cohabitation and atheism are becoming more common as people search for happiness in something other than God. It’s an opportune time for the church to step forward with a message of hope through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
But if the church’s message is to be heard, believers must be culturally sensitive and speak the language people understand. We must be relevant. Our means and methods must be familiar and relate well to those are trying to reach, or we’ll never influence them.
Our pursuit of relevance, however, should never be an excuse for compromise. As we speak to the issues of culture, we must be careful not to diminish the truths of God’s Word, nor can we make peace with the attitudes and immorality that have destroyed countless lives. People are searching for answers, and the answers we give must be true gospel and not merely the palatable parts.
Join us at this year’s summit, along with our keynote speaker, Dr. Michael Brown as we consider how relevance in 21st century culture can be achieved without compromising eternal values of God’s Word.