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M19 Conference


Registration is now open for next year’s Mission 2019 (M19) conference. The theme for M19 is “Unleash the Gospel,” and will have participants from all over the Church of the Nazarene’s USA/Canada Region.

This is the region's largest leadership conference outside of General Assembly and organizers are hoping Nazarene pastors and leaders will take advantage of the opportunities for worship, workshops, networking, and strengthening their ministries.

M19 is February 11-13, 2019, in Kansas City, Missouri. Early Bird registration ends October 31, and we want everyone to be able to take advantage of the special $39 registration price. Prices go up after October 31.  After registration, participants can also reserve housing on the M19 site, m19conference.org

“The M19 conference will provide training, motivation, and strategies to help local and district leaders feel confident to lead their congregations in sharing the gospel in word and deed in their communities," said Bob Broadbooks, USA/Canada regional director. "This conference could be life-changing in our region as we allow the Holy Spirit to ignite our hearts to reprioritize evangelism in our churches.”

M19 follows the M15 conference, held in February 2015.

“We felt the M15 event was a truly historic conference in the history of our denomination with strong content in our keynote sessions, creative work in our pre-conference sessions and workshops, passionate worship and renewal, and a clear sense of optimism among our clergy and especially our millennial participants," M19 Conference Director Randy Cloud said. "We know the M19 conference will continue with that depth of conversation and insight to further God’s kingdom.”

Plenary speakers for M19 include Christine and Albert Hung, Doug Powe, Carla Sunberg, Ed Stetzer, and Fili Chambo. Kevin Harney, author of Organic Outreach for Churches, will be the evangelism consultant for the entire week. 

Register at m19conference.org

Earlier Event: November 2
Ministry Team Retreat
Later Event: April 6
Discipleship Day 2019