2024 MADE TO MINISTER CONFERENCE

One of the most significant and unique truths about the biblical view of God is that He is compassionate and sympathetic toward mankind. 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 reminds us that He doesn’t sympathize from a distance but offers supernatural comfort to all who trust in Him in the midst of their present afflictions.

Everyone experiences affliction at times in their life, and those made to minister can offer this comfort to those we are called to walk alongside. This comfort is meant to be shared.

Join us for the 2024 Made to Minister Conference where we will explore the reality of God’s comfort, its effectiveness in real-life affliction, and its ability to produce hope and endurance in the toughest seasons of life.

We trust you will leave personally encouraged and purposefully inspired to be a conduit of God’s comfort to all.

One of the most significant and unique truths about the biblical view of God is that He is compassionate and sympathetic toward mankind. 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 reminds us that He doesn’t sympathize from a distance but offers supernatural comfort to all who trust in Him in the midst of their present afflictions.

Everyone experiences affliction at times in their life, and those made to minister can offer this comfort to those we are called to walk alongside. This comfort is meant to be shared.

Join us for the 2024 Made to Minister Conference where we will explore the reality of God’s comfort, its effectiveness in real-life affliction, and its ability to produce hope and endurance in the toughest seasons of life.

We trust you will leave personally encouraged and purposefully inspired to be a conduit of God’s comfort to all.

New Location:

Morning Star Community Church

4775 27th Ave. SE

Salem, OR 97302

This year’s conference will be held at Morning Star Community Church

as we undergo construction at Salem Heights Church.

Registration

$60

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FAQs

 

Q: Does this conference have a virtual attendance option?

A: This conference is in-person. We do not have a virtual option; however, the general sessions will be recorded for later viewing.

Q: When does the conference begin and end?

A: Conference check-in begins on Friday, February 23, 2024 at 6:00 pm. The first general session will start at 7:00 pm. The conference will conclude on Saturday, February 24 at 5:30 pm.

Q: What is the format of the conference?

A: We will have three general plenary sessions focusing on our theme, The God of All Comfort. In addition, each attendee will choose a breakout track to attend. Each breakout track will consist of three unique sessions on the topic chosen.

Q: How many workshops can I sign up for?

A: You can sign up for ONE workshop track. Each workshop track has three unique sessions that meet at the same time as the other workshops.

Q: Are meals provided?

A: We will provide light snacks during the day on Saturday. Meals are on your own; we have a lunch break to give you time to eat lunch at a nearby restaurant.

Q: Are there hotels nearby?

A: A few area hotels are The Grand Hotel (503-540-7800), The Holman Hotel (971-900-5560) and The Hotel Salem (503-588-9220). These are all within a few miles of the conference location.

Q: What is your refund policy?

A: Registration is transferable, but not refundable. If you are unable to attend, please provide us with the name of the person to whom you would like to transfer your registration.

Q: Will any sessions be live-streamed?

A: Our general plenary sessions will be recorded for later viewing, but not live-streamed. All conference registrants will receive the recording links following the conference.

Q: What if I have more questions?

A: Please email us with additional questions!

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You can find the Conference Information page that was linked to the QR code here. It has the session notes as well as links to more information about the ABC conference and a way to join our email list for information about future workshops.