What does it mean to be a faithful pastor? How do pastors know if they are leading as God would have them? Further, how do we identify and develop biblical elders within our local churches? As shepherds, pastors are called to protect, feed, lead and guide Jesus’ people. Without godly shepherds, the flock suffers. Therefore, the pastoral leadership of Jesus’ church is foundational to the health of the local church. Yet, too often, the role of a pastor is left undefined, or misunderstood, leaving many pastors uncertain, or misinformed, as to what they are meant to do. Therefore, we invite you to join us in downtown Seattle on Tuesday, November 27th for an Acts 29 training event, “On Being a Pastor,” led by pastor Mark Dever. We’ll consider who a pastor is, what a pastor does, and why it matters.
Travel: If you are flying into Seattle, Sea-Tac is the closest airport. The lightrail from the airport to downtown runs every 15 minutes and takes approximately 45 minutes. DCC is about a 15-minute walk from the Westlake/Downtown station.
Lodging: If you’re traveling from outside of the Seattle area, arrangements have been made with The Edgewater Hotel for a special rate. When you book, use the promotion code LOYALTY to ensure a 20% discount as well as a waived facilities fee. DCC is a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Parking: DCC is not able to offer parking for this event, but the following nearby choices are available:
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|$30||Regular Registraton (Includes lunch on Tuesday)|