First United Methodist Church Richardson
New Life, New Hope. . .
. . . Living into a God-Sized Vision
Large Church Initiative of the United Methodist Church
January 23 - 26, 2012
Dear Friends, Welcome to First United Methodist Church Richardson! We are very pleased to be hosting the Large Church Initiative over the next few days. Our mission at FUMCR is: With open hearts and minds, we welcome people for Christ, grow people in Christ, and serve people with Christ. We hope you will experience the Christ-like hospitality, and grow in Christ-like love, in order that together we may go serve the world with Christ-like passion. Our theme for LCI this week is New Life, New Hopeâ€Ś Living Into a God-Sized Vision. Can you envision new life for your church or for the United Methodist Church? Can you imagine churches represented here rising up with new hope? What if we could, each in our own ways, begin to dream Godâ€™s dreams as together we seek to live into a God-Sized Vision for our church? What you experience here in these days together may represent for you and your church the seeds of new ideas, new growth, and new possibilities. Our staff and volunteers stand ready to assist you in any way we can. Look for the persons in the blue shirts. They are here to answer your questions and address your needs. We are here to serve you and free you up to have the best experience possible. Once again, welcome! In Christ, Clayton Oliphint
With open hearts and minds, We: WELCOME people for Christ, GROW people in Christ, and SERVE people with Christ.
Monday, January 23
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm - Registration Hyatt Regency
2:00 pm – Young Clergy Keynote Address, Dr. Mike Slaughter, Panel Discussion, Dr. Mike Slaughter, Dr. Tom Pace, Dr. Janet Forbes and Dr. Ron Henderson – Hyatt Regency – Salon D 5:45 pm – Mexican Fiesta at FUMCR – Bartula Family Life Center 7:00 pm – Welcome Event – Jars of Clay, Josh Wilson and Eric Michael – Sanctuary
Tuesday, January 24
8:30 am – Book Store and Vendors Open 8:30 am – Registration at FUMCR Bartula Family Life Center
9:30 am – Opening Session – Sanctuary
9:45 am – Keynote: The Outward Focused Church, Dr. Mike Slaughter 10:30 am – Keynotes: Moving Toward God’s Vision: Lessons Learned On the Way, Dr. Clayton Oliphint, New Life, New Hope, Rev. Lisa Greenwood 11:30 am – Lunch Bartula Family Life Center
11:30 am – Dr. Mike Slaughter Book Signing Bartula Family Life Center 1:00 pm – Keynote: The Attractional Church, Pastor Rick Bezet – Sanctuary 1:45 pm – Keynote: Taking People on a Journey, Pastor Chris Hodges – Sanctuary 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm – Session A See workshop listing 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm – Session B See workshop listing 5:45 pm – Café Italiano – Bartula Family Life Center 6:00 pm – Dr. Leroy Howe Book Signing Bartula Family Life Center
7:00 pm – Contemporary Worship, Rev. Olu Brown preaching, “What if We Succeed?” – Sanctuary
Wednesday, January 25
7:45 am – Clergywomen’s Breakfast Hyatt Regency – Spurs Room 8:30 am – Book Store and Vendors Open 9:30 am – Opening Session – Sanctuary
9:45 am – Keynote: Inside-Out Leadership: Leading Your Church During Revolutionary Times, Rex Miller 10:30 am – Keynote: Getting Out of the Church Business, Reggie McNeal 11:30 am – Lunch – Bartula Family Life Center, Young Clergy Lunch with Reggie McNeal – Room 2B – Bartula Family Life Center 11:30 am – Rex Miller Book Signing Bartula Family Life Center 1:00 pm – Keynote: Sacred Spaces and Preaching with Dirt, Rev. Rusti Moore
1:45 pm – Keynote: Lord, Send Us the People Nobody Else Wants or Sees, Pastor Jorge Acevedo 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm – Session C See workshop listing
4:15 pm – Reggie McNeal Book Signing Hallway between Rooms 203 and 205 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm – Session D See workshop listing 5:45 pm – Texas Round-Up – Bartula Family Life Center
6:00 pm – Pearce High School Stampede Performance Bartula Family Life Center 7:00 pm – New Traditional Worship, Rev. Paul Rasmussen preaching, “Why Are You So Sad?” – Sanctuary
Thursday, January 26
7:30 am – Bishops’ Breakfast Hyatt Regency – Salon D 8:30 am – Book Store and Vendors Open
10:15 am – Panel Discussion with Ray Hunt, Colleen Barrett and R. Gerald Turner – Sanctuary 11:15 am – Conference Closing – Sanctuary
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During the Conference
• Please wear your name badge at all times. • There is no recording allowed during any of the sessions. • Please silence all cell phones during keynotes, workshop and other events. • Lunch and dinner meals will be served to all attendees each day in the Bartula Family Life Center. These meals are included in all full conference registrations.
Transportation to the church from the hotel and vice versa will be provided each morning and evening. The Hyatt will have signage indicating where the buses should be boarded. The boarding location at FUMCR will be on the south side of the building under the portico. FUMCR Transportation Hosts will be present at both locations and can be identified by the green HOST buttons. Bus times are as follows: Monday:
5 pm - 6 pm
9:30 pm - 11 pm
8 am - 10 am
8 pm - 9 pm
Wednesday: 8 am - 10 am
8 pm - 9 pm
8 am - 12:15 pm
Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30 am - 6 pm Thursday 8:30 am - 12 noon
Room 202: You will find a basic business office set up available for you to use. Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:30 am - 7 pm Thursday: 9:30 am - 12 noon
Nurses Station Room 211
Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30 am – 8:30 pm Thursday 9:30 - 12 noon
Lost and Found
Located at the Shawver Welcome Center Information Desk.
The time and location for all signings are included in the schedule on page 3. The following authors have signings scheduled: Mike Slaughter, Leroy Howe, Rex Miller and Reggie McNeal.
There will be baggage check available at FUMCR from 9 am on Thursday, January 26, until 12 noon. This will be located in the Chapel of the Sanctuary Complex.
The Book Store is located on the south hallway in the sanctuary complex. It is in the room labeled Choir Room on your map.
Clergy Women’s Breakfast Wednesday, January 25, 7:45 am Hyatt Regency – Spurs Room
*Reservations were requested for this event at the time of registration.
Thursday, January 26, 7:30 am Hyatt Regency – Salon D See complete information at end of Workshop Listing. *Reservations were requested for this event at the time of registration.
Lead pastor at Ginghamsburg Church in Ohio. Mike is the three-decade dreamer of this church and spiritual entrepreneur of ministry marketplace innovations. His life-long passion to reach the lost and set the oppressed free has now made him a tireless and leading advocate for the displaced children, women and men of Darfur, Sudan. Ginghamsburg Church has become known as an early innovator of small group ministry, the Church “media reformation” and cyberministry, with the website averaging 50,000 visits monthly from around the world. He is the author of multiple books for church leaders. Information: www.mikeslaughter.com
Senior pastor of First United Methodist Church Richardson. Clayton began his ministry at a three circuit pastorate in Kansas in 1983. After serving in ministry in the North Texas Conference he was moved to Richardson in 2001. Every church he has served has shown large increases in worship attendance, new members and mission giving. He leads his staff and congregation around the team concept. He is known for his strong leadership at every level in the United Methodist Church and for leadership in the community. An outstanding preacher and public speaker who connects with people exactly where they are but challenges all to raise the bar – give more, serve more, and be a disciple of Jesus Christ in every part of their lives.
Contemporary Worship Pastor at First United Methodist Church Richardson. Lisa is a consulting pastor and ministry strategist with Horizons Stewardship Company. Lisa’s belief that ministry is about changing lives is reflected in her work. . .whether it’s preaching and casting a vision, leading transformation or developing a culture of generosity in the local church, creating contemporary worship communities attractive to the de-churched, leading local community efforts to eliminate poverty, or guiding explosive youth ministries. . .it’s all for the purpose of helping people experience a love that knows no bounds.
Founder and lead pastor of New Life Church in Central Arkansas. New Life is a growing church with seven campuses and 18 total services. Rick left the world of professional golf to follow God’s call for his life. Rick is one of the founding pastors of the Association of Related Churches (ARC), an organization designed to plant churches and impact the world through missions. Rick speaks across America and around the world, sharing his passion and vision for church planting and leadership.
Founder and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands in Alabama. Under his leadership, Church of the Highlands offers 23 worship services each weekend at eight campuses with over 14,000 people attending weekly. Chris Hodges is known for his relevant teaching style, as well as his passion for developing leaders and planting life-giving churches around the world. He co-founded ARC (Association of Related Churches) in 2001 which has planted over 200 churches all across the USA.
Lead pastor of Impact Church, a new church currently meeting in a middle school in West End Atlanta. Olu is co-author of Zero to 80: Innovative Ideas for Planting and Accelerating Church Growth. www.0to80.org
Nationally respected futurist, theologian, consultant, speaker and communications expert. He associated himself in recent years with the architectural, engineering and construction industries. Rex believes that the challenges that face these industries are the same threats facing all traditional institutions and industries. Recently Rex joined TAG Consulting as Senior Partner. He is a certified in Core Clarity training and a member of the National Speakers Association. Author of The Millennium Matrix: Reclaiming the Past and Reframing the Future of the Church; The Millennium Matrix; and The Commercial Real Estate Revolution.
Denominational executive and leadership development coach. He has served as a founding pastor of a new church and been in local congregational leadership for over 20 years. He has lectured as adjunct faculty for multiple seminaries, as well as served as consultant to local churches. Reggie has contributed to numerous publications and church leadership journals. His books include Revolution in Leadership; A Work of Heart: Understanding how God Shapes Spiritual Leaders; The Present Future; Practicing Greatness; Get A Life!; Missional Renaissance: Changing the Scorecard for the Church.
Senior pastor of Wildwood United Methodist Church in Magnolia, Texas. Raised a Southern Baptist, it was shocking in 2000 for Rusti to become the first woman elder in the Texas Annual Conference to start a United Methodist Church. 43 visionary people were granted a charter in 2001 and ten years later Rusti preaches to a congregation of 750 congregants who support her vision of being an extension of God’s loving hands. Wildwood is known for its numerous hands-on mission ministries. In 2011 the Texas Annual Conference recognized this church as one of three receiving the most professions of faith in the previous year.
Lead pastor of Grace Church, a multi-site United Methodist congregation in Southwest Florida. This church has grown its weekend attendance from 400 to over 2,600 in the past thirteen years. Grace Church is recognized as having one of the largest and most effective recovery ministries in America with over 800 people involved weekly in recovery ministries. Jorge is co-author of The Heart of Youth Ministry and writes extensively for numerous Methodist publications. www.egracechurch.com
Lead pastor for Cornerstone, the contemporary worship community of Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas and preaching pastor for a satellite campus, Munger Place United Methodist Church which opened in 2010. He is a fourth generation Methodist minister, however, his professional career began as a college basketball coach!
President Emeritus of Southwest Airlines Co. Ms. Barrett was a driving force behind Southwest Airlines’ renowned customer-focused culture. Originally hired as a corporate secretary in 1978, she was mentored by Herb Kelleher and later held positions of increasing importance: Vice President of Administration, Executive Vice President of Customers and Chief Operating Officer before serving as President from 2001 to 2008.
Chairman, President, and CEO of Hunt Consolidated, Inc. Mr. Hunt’s association with Hunt Oil Company began in 1958 as a summer employee in the oil fields. After graduating from SMU in 1965 as a Distinguished Scholar with a degree in economics, Hunt joined the family legacy. He has since earned numerous awards for his leadership and innovative impact on the energy industry, service to civic institutions, corporate citizenship and humanitarian efforts.
R. Gerald Turner
President of Southern Methodist University. Mr. Turner is leading an era of unprecedented progress as the University approaches the centennial of its founding in 2011 and of its opening in 2015. Under his leadership, The Second Century Campaign seeks resources for a dramatic increase in academic quality and impact. A new strategic plan guides the University’s advancement, and a master plan is reshaping the physical profile of the campus. Southern Methodist University is a private, comprehensive university of 11,000 students enrolled in seven degree-granting schools.
Tuesday, January 24 WORKSHOP SESSION A: 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
KEYNOTE CONSULTATION – Dr. Mike Slaughter, Chief Dreamer, Ginghamsburg Church, Tipp City, Ohio Rm 205 KEYNOTE CONSULTATION – Rick Bezet, Founder and Lead Pastor, New Life Church, Arkansas Rm 209 RECOMMENDED FOR CHURCH PLANTING TRACK - The Power of Multiplication, Rev. Charles Kyker, Christ United Methodist Church, Hickory, North Carolina Ogden Fellowship Hall RECOMMENDED FOR YOUNG CLERGY TRACK Raising the Bar: Unleashing Generosity, Joe Park and Rev. Lisa Greenwood, access Pastor, First United Methodist Church Richardson and Horizons Ministry Strategist Rm 217 A/B Leading Outside the Walls: Taking the Church to the Streets, Jorge Acevedo, Lead Pastor at Grace Church, a multi-site United Methodist congregation in Southwest Florida Rm 203 Surviving and Thriving in the Long Pastorate, Rev. Don Underwood, Senior Pastor, Christ United Methodist Church, Plano, Texas Rm 227 A/B Healthy Staff Teams/Leading Through Mentoring, Rev. Donna Whitehead, Ministry Mentor and Stewardship Coach, Lovers Lane United Methodist Church, Dallas and Rev. Debra Hobbs Mason, Executive Associate, First United Methodist Church Richardson Chapel New Traditional Worship: Using a Worship TEAM Concept, The First United Methodist Church Richardson Worship Team with Gloria Scott, Director of Worship Rm 208
Performance Compass - Redirecting Unwanted Behavior, Michael Allen, Consultant, The RAD Group Rm 220 Leading from any “Second Chair,” Rev. Mike Bonem, author of Leading from the Second Chair and In Pursuit of Great AND Godly Leadership Rm 222 Partnership Changes Lives - New Hope for Impoverished Communities: The Covenant Church Model for Planting Holistic Missions, Rev. Owen Ross, Pastor of Christ’s Foundry United Methodist Mission, Dallas, Texas Rm 210 More Than a Profile: Social Media Strategy for Your Ministry, Scott McClellan, Director, Echo Conference Rm 226 A/B Being the Best YOU Can Be (Caring for Your Spiritual & Mental Health), Rev. Terry Parsons, Ph.D., D.Min., Psychotherapist, Dallas, and Mental Health Consultant at Perkins School of Theology Rm 225
WORKSHOP SESSION B: 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm KEYNOTE CONSULTATION – Rev. Chris Hodges, Founding and Senior Pastor, Church of the Highlands, Alabama Rm 205 KEYNOTE CONSULTATION – Rev. Olu Brown, Lead Pastor, Impact Church, Atlanta, Georgia Rm 210 YOUNG CLERGY TRACK WORKSHOP – Rick Bezet, Founder and Lead Pastor, New Life Church, Arkansas Chapel CHURCH PLANTING TRACK WORKSHOP – Finding the Forest, Neil Greathouse, Creative Director, New Life Church, Arkansas Rm 220
Creating Pathways of Discipleship, Rev. Charles Anderson, Directing Pastor, University United Methodist Church, San Antonio, Texas 227 A/B One Church, Two Campuses, Embracing Two Neighborhoods, Dr. Tom Pace, Senior Pastor, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Houston, Texas and Rev. Justin Coleman, Lead Pastor, Gethsemane Campus of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church Rm 225 Pastoral Leadership Following Success or Crisis, Rev. Gary Mueller, Senior Pastor, First United Methodist Church Plano, Texas and Rev. Ann Willet, Senior Pastor, First United Methodist Church, Royse City, Texas Rm 209 Women Taking the Lead, Dr. Janet L. Forbes, Senior Minister, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Highlands Ranch, Colorado Rm 208 New Traditional Worship: Using a Worship TEAM Concept, The First United Methodist Church Richardson Worship Team with Gloria Scott, Director of Worship Ogden Fellowship Hall Raising the Bar: Unleashing Generosity, Joe Park, Partner, Horizons Stewardship Company and Rev. Lisa Greenwood, access Pastor, First United Methodist Church Richardson and Horizons Ministry Strategist 217 A/B Making A Difference by Providing Opportunity, Rev. Joy Anderson, Minister of Outreach, First United Methodist Church Richardson Rm 203 You Can Plan with God? Strategic Visioning for the Large Church, Melinda Lawrence, First United Methodist Church Richardson, 2010 – 2011 Church Council Chair & Dr. Mike Renquist, Independent Consultant, Corporate Trainer and author of Facing the Mirror Rm 226 A/B
Executive Pastor/Director: If, When, Why, How? Rev. Mike Bonem, author of Leading from the Second Chair and In Pursuit of Great AND Godly Leadership Rm 222 Beyond DNA to Church Story, Dr. Stan Copeland, Senior Pastor, Lover’s Lane United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas Rm 216 Reaching New People through Ministry to Widows and Widowers, Dr. Robert Pierson, Former Pastor, Christ United Methodist Church, Tulsa, Oklahoma Rm 215 Singles, What to Do With Them & Why, Jeanie Tillman, Director of Singles Ministries, Highland Park United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas, and co-president of UMSAL (United Methodist Single Adult Leaders) Rm 218
Wednesday, January 25 WORKSHOP SESSION C: 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
KEYNOTE CONSULTATION – Reggie McNeal, Missional Leadership Specialist, Leadership Network Rm 208 KEYNOTE CONSULTATION – Rev. Rusti Moore, Senior Pastor, Wildwood United Methodist Church, Magnolia, Texas Rm 216 RECOMMENDED FOR YOUNG CLERGY TRACK – Making a Difference Where You Are, Neil Greathouse, Creative Director, New Life Church, Arkansas Ogden Fellowship Hall RECOMMENDED FOR CHURCH PLANTING TRACK – Ministry by Multiplication, Billy EcholsRichter, Pastor, Grace Avenue United Methodist Church, Frisco, Texas. Rm 205
It’s a Family Affair: Yes, Bring the Kids, Allyson George, Director of Children’s Ministry, First United Methodist Church Richardson and Connie Presley, Assistant Director of Children’s Ministry, First United Methodist Church Richardson Rm 230 A/B ‘Scene-ing the Sermon’ – Preaching the Extraordinary Story in Everyday Situations, Dr. Alyce M. McKenzie, George W. and Nell Ayers LeVan Endowed Chair of Preaching and Worship, Perkins School of Theology Rm 226 A/B Balancing Family and the Church, Dr. Clayton Oliphint, Senior Pastor, First United Methodist Church Richardson Rm 218 RE-Tweet This: A Church MUST Tell the Story Beyond the Walls, First United Methodist Church Richardson Communication Team with Gloria Scott, Director of Communication Rm 203 The Art of the Ask, Joe Park, Partner, Horizons Stewardship Company and Dr. Stan Copeland Rm 227 A/B New Traditional Music...More Than a Sunday Morning Anthem, Rev. Karen Chraska, Director of Music Ministry, Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church, Flower Mound, Texas and Mike Lightfoot, Director of Music Ministry, First United Methodist Church Richardson Chapel Where There is Fruit…There Are Fruit Flies: Dealing With the Problems of Success, Jim Ozier, Director of New Church Development and Congregational Transformation, NTC Rm 217 A/B Video Venues and the Gift of New Life to Dying Churches, Rev. Paul Rasmussen, Associate Pastor, Cornerstone at Highland Park United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas and Rev. Andrew Forrest, Pastor, Munger Place Church, a campus of Highland Park United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas Rm 225
Singles Ministry and Making New Disciples, Dr. Robert Pierson, Former Pastor, Christ United Methodist Church, Tulsa, Oklahoma Rm 220
Wednesday, January 25 WORKSHOP SESSION D: 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm
KEYNOTE CONSULTATION – Rex Miller, InsideOut Leader, Senior Partner, TAG Consulting Rm 225 YOUNG CLERGY TRACK WORKSHOP – God, What Am I Doing Here? Olu Brown, Lead Pastor, Impact Church, Atlanta, Georgia Rm 203 CHURCH PLANTING TRACK WORKSHOP – The Burning Bush Stops Burning, Rusti Moore, Senior Pastor, Wildwood United Methodist Church, Magnolia, Texas Rm 216 Seven Decisions for Staff Leadership in the Large Church, Dr. Tim Walker, Senior Pastor, First United Methodist Church of Midland, Texas, and current chair of LCI. Chapel ‘Scene-ing the Sermon’ – Preaching the Extraordinary Story in Everyday Situations, Dr. Alyce M. McKenzie, George W. and Nell Ayers LeVan Endowed Chair of Preaching and Worship, Perkins School of Theology 226 A/B Ministry by Multiplication, Billy Echols-Richter, Pastor, Grace Avenue United Methodist Church, Frisco, Texas Rm 205 Workable Evangelism, Dr. Bob Pierson, Executive Director of Leadership Nexus, co-founder and former chair of LCI, Tulsa, Oklahoma Rm 208
Balancing Family and the Church, Dr. Clayton Oliphint, Senior Pastor, First United Methodist Church Richardson Rm 218 Maximize Ministry; Minimize Risk (addressing legal issues), David Middlebrook, Founding Shareholder, The Church Law Group, Grapevine, Texas Rm 220 90 is the New 60: Senior Adult Ministry in an Active Church, FUMCR Senior Adult Team with Rev. Fred Trevino, Associate Pastor for Senior Adult Ministry, First United Methodist Church Richardson Rm 230 A/B Contemporary Worship that Really Works, Neil Greathouse, Creative Director, New Life Church, Arkansas, Rev. Lisa Greenwood, access Pastor, First United Methodist Church Richardson and Horizons Ministry Strategist, and Kyle Henson, Music Associate, First United Methodist Church Richardson Texas Ogden Fellowship Hall Coronary Risk and Physical Activity...A New Beginning With Renewed Hope, Roger D. Reynolds, MA, Director of Contract Relations, The Cooper Institute, Dallas, Texas Rm 222 What Senior Pastors Need to Know to Create and Sustain a Thriving Youth Ministry, Rev. Tim Morrison, Associate Minister, Music / Worship, Custer Road United Methodist Church, Plano, Texas; Evan Jones, Director of Middle School Ministries, Custer Road United Methodist Church, Plano, Texas; and Marcus George, Associate Director of Youth Ministries, Custer Road United Methodist Church, Plano, Texas Rm 217 A/B Dashboard for Financial Discipleship, Jennifer Tyler, CEO, Tyler Associates Rm 227 A/B Navigating Divorce: The Journey is Up to You! Jeanie Tillman, Director of Singles Minsitries, Highland Park United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas, and co-author of Navigating Divorce. Rm 20
Thursday, January 26, 7:30 am Hyatt Regency – Salon D The Church We Can Be – General Conference and Beyond
Mary Brooke Casad, Executive Secretary of the Connectional Table of the UMC, moderator. Panel participants: W. Earl Bledsoe, Bishop, North Texas Conference; Warner H. Brown, Jr., Bishop, Cal-Nevada Conference; Janice Huie, Bishop, Texas Conference; Michael Lowry, Bishop, Central Texas Conference; Max Whitfield, Bishop, New Mexico/Northwest Texas.
Chip Nelson email@example.com 1117 Hampshire Lane Richardson TX 75080 972.889.9365 214.686.3559 c
Alliance Bus Group
Keith Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org 820 Office Park Circle Lewisville TX 75057 972.221.4440 214.695.2385 c
Dee Dee Sedgewick email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org P O Box 782128 San Antonio TX 78278 210.533.2761 210.213.6670 c
Sherry Peters email@example.com 635 W Campbell Rd, Ste 236 Richardson TX 75080 972.977.5248 972.977.2956 c
C. C. Young
Cameron Herholm firstname.lastname@example.org 4847 West Lawther Dr, Ste 100 Dallas TX 75214 214.841.2903 214.208.2802 c
Color 4 the Journey
Grace Cox Johnson email@example.com P O Box 414065 Kansas City MO 64141 816.861.1866
Division of Omni Marble Co. William Freeman firstname.lastname@example.org 2407 Grand Avenue Dallas TX 75215 214.428.1000 214.876.7508
Dark Exodus - Lost Girls Beverly Parkhurst Moss email@example.com 2840 Lee Ave Dallas TX 75206 972-803-1104 Beverly Parkhurst Moss 214.226.6541
Becky DaVee firstname.lastname@example.org P O Box 1826 Mansfield TX 76063 817.225.2530. 918.857.5685 c
General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church Larry Hygh email@example.com 475 Riverside Drive New York NY 10115 214.870.3818 917.363.5312 c
Horizons Stewardship Rev. Lisa Greenwood
P O Box 627 Cabot AR 72023 501.843.9448 903.461.2151 c
Ideal Impact Inc.
Jenny Breihan firstname.lastname@example.org 409 W Wall St Grapevine TX 76051 817.251.8498 214.663.2751 c
Imagine No Malaria Rob Naylor email@example.com 810 12th Ave South Nashville TN 37203 615.390.5901
Institute for Discipleship Steve Wilke firstname.lastname@example.org 100 College Windfiled KS 76156 620.229.6277
Lydia Patterson Institute Richard Hearne email@example.com 5130 Vickery Blvd Dallas TX 75206 214.505.2324 c
Olu Brown - Impact Church Olu Brown firstname.lastname@example.org 404.577.2826
Dan Tidwell email@example.com 3310 Oyster Cove Dr Missouri City TX 77459 713.367.6130
Path 1 - GBOD
Gary Shockley firstname.lastname@example.org Path 1 - GBOD 1908 Grand Ave Nashville TN 51203 615.340.7130
Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University Rev. Tim McLemore email@example.com P O Box 750133 Dallas TX 75275-0133 214.768.1393 214.288.1799 c
Ratliff & Associates, P.C. John Ratliff firstname.lastname@example.org 3030 Matlock Road #201 Arlington TX 76015 817.795.5046
Ron McClary email@example.com 7345 Goodlett Farms Pkwy Cordova TN 88016 800.877.0222 x1011
Shoreline Strategies, LLC Ruth Mannschreck firstname.lastname@example.org 2050 Fairfield Dr Troy MI 48085 586.306.7667
The Upper Room Cindy Helms email@example.com 1908 Grand Ave Nashville TN 37212 615.340.7024 615.604.2511 c
Tyler Associates, Inc.
Jennifer Tyler firstname.lastname@example.org P O Box 630106 Irving TX 75036 972.432.9221 214.477.5501 c
United Methodist Committee On Relief
Tom Petroski email@example.com 972.467.6795
Landon Taylor Ltaylor@umcor.org 475 Riverside Dr Room 330 New York NY 10115 212.870.3808 347.254.0932 c
Ten Thousand Villages - Dallas
UMR Communications, Inc.
Diane Bishop firstname.lastname@example.org 1384 Mustang Dr. Lewisvlle TX 75067 817.239.5298
Texas Methodist Foundation
Richard Caperton email@example.com 11709 Boulder Lane Austin TX 78726 214.537.8618
The Church Consultants & Service Realty Peter Muzyka PeterM@servicerealty.com 1721 West Plano Pkwy Ste 200 Plano TX 75075 972.424.2000
Kay Fielder firstname.lastname@example.org 1221 Profit Dr Dallas TX 75247 214.630.6495
Wesley Rankin Community Center
Rev. Sarah Squires email@example.com 3100 Crossman Ave Dallas TX 75212 214.742.6674 214.727.3213 c
WomenSpirit and Abiding Spirit Vestments Patty Fitzpatrick
1335 Swift Ave N Kansas City MO 64116 816.842.5556 816.842.5663 c
Andres Construction Bradbury Lane
Kip Callahaghan – Chicago Title Company Judy Cash C.C.Young
Chiloso Mexican Bistro CiCi’s Pizza
City of Richardson Corner Bakery
Ralph and Carol Donnelly Dr. Pepper
Owen and Jenell Elrod FUMCR MOPs
General Board of Discipleship
General Board of Global Ministries Jim & Diane Grandey
Kreg R. Hall – Hall Realty Group of RE/MAX The Hyatt Regency North Dallas Jason’s Deli
Jersey Mikes Richardson Kinado
Joe Olguin and Jane Aitchinson Opportunity Bank Path 1 GBOD
Ratliff & Associates
RE/MAX DFW Associates
SMU Perkins School of Theology Texas Methodist Foundation Tiff’s Treats
Time Warner Cable
Tom Thumb – Arapaho
United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) WRR Radio
A Three Band Night! Monday, January 23, 7 pm featuring Christian Artists Eric Michael Josh Wilson
& Very Special Guests
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