Ministry is a rewarding calling, and ministers are blessed by God to do His work on this earth. Yet ministers often find themselves burned out and struggling to remember the desire for ministry they had at the beginning of their journey.
If this sounds like you, then you need to make time for the Lord at an event that ministers to you!
Each year at the Ministers Conference, Andrew Wommack and other anointed speakers help fellow ministers find their passion, build community, and renew their strength to face challenges.
Taking place October 3–7 at Charis Bible College in Woodland Park, Colorado, the Ministers Conference gives you the perfect opportunity to get away from life’s daily pressures and focus on God in the beautiful Colorado mountains.
This year, Andrew will be joined by Mario Murillo, Bob Yandian, Duane Sheriff, and other speakers who each have years of experience in ministry and understand the unique challenges that ministers face. You’ll be ready to redefine your purpose and take ground for the kingdom through,
- Inspiring Talks
- Refreshing Worship
- and Fellowship with Like-Minded Ministers
Greg Mohr is the executive director of A.R.M.I. (Association of Related Ministries International) at Charis Bible College, and he and his wife have attended every Ministers Conference since 1994. Greg explains,
Each year we have received healing and hope and been strengthened to finish our race and calling well. One year we were going through a frivolous $9 million lawsuit and an “involuntary church plant,” otherwise known as a church split. We were ready to quit, but after attending the Ministers Conference that year, our hearts were healed and God gave us a new vision for our church, [a vision] that saved our ministry. We have also developed lifelong friends through the relationships we have built during this conference.
LaMont and Sharon Rich manage pastoral relations at Charis, and they are thrilled to invite ministers to this event. LaMont described the 2021 Ministers Conference as “a place of refreshing and recharging for ministers across the globe.” He also encouraged ministers, saying, “I believe the very essence of your attendance speaks to the overcoming grace and victory pastors experienced during the past year of the pandemic.”
It’s never a bad time to make time for the Lord, and with the holidays approaching, this is the best time to do it! We want you to go into the busiest season of the year refreshed, with a new sense of purpose and drive. This free event is open to all full- or part-time ministers, age sixteen and over.