For much of our nation’s history, the local church’s role in building and maintaining flourishing communities was well understood, accepted, and acted upon. Recent confusion about this role, within the Church and outside of it, has contributed to a breakdown of community as well as in an increase of social alienation. Regaining a robust appreciation for the institutions of civil society, the local church being the most important one, will be key in the redemption and renewal of these people and places.
This conference will touch a variety of topics, including the defining characteristics of the human person, economic wisdom, the concept of sphere sovereignty, the nature of the local church, as well as the immense importance of civil society. Lastly, conference attendees will learn ways in which local churches can promote the flourishing of their communities.
Note: Only current members of the Made to Flourish Network are eligible for participation at this event. If you are interested in attending this event but are not a member of Made To Flourish, please look at our events page for other great opportunities.
Attendance is by application only. Conference fees, meals, and lodging will be covered for accepted applicants. Travel scholarships are available.