at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church, Englewood, CO
- Read news from the 30th Assembly
- 30th General Assembly Press Release
- Hear the interview with Reggie McNeal from the 30th General Assembly
- Purchase DVD's and CD's from the 30th General Assembly
(Note: due to agreements with his publisher, CD's of Reggie McNeal from the Assembly Workshop are not available - please download the interview above).
Assembly Workshop: Wednesday, June 23, 2010
As Missional Leadership Specialist for the Leadership Network, Reggie McNeal is a speaker, teacher and consultant to local church, denomination and para-church leadership groups throughout North America. Among his books are A Work of the Heart: Understanding How God Shapes Spiritual Leaders and Present Future: Six Tough Questions for the Church. His latest book, Missional Renaissance: Changing the Scorecard for the Church (2009) describes the three shifts that church leaders must make to engage the missional movement and offers suggestions for a different “’scorecard” to reflect a focus on missional ministry in the local church. Reggie will be our featured Assembly Workshop speaker.
Richard Pratt is the President of Third Millenium Ministries and an adjunct professor of Reformed Theological Seminary. Richard’s passion is focused on pursuing innovative ways to train up church leaders in parts of the world where theological education is not readily accessible. He has also effectively consulted EPC churches and leaders about how they can recapture the Great Commission in the 21st century. Richard is the General Editor of the NIV Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible, a translator for the New Living Translation and author of numerous books, including Designed for Dignity, Every Thought Captive and Commentary on I and II Chronicles. He was a speaker at our 2007 Assembly Workshop at Cherry Hills and will address us on Thursday at the General Assembly.
Friday, June 25, 2010
Don Sweeting, who has served as pastor of Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church since 1998, will begin as president of the Orlando Campus of Reformed Theological Seminary and professor of church history as of June 1, 2010. Don will be preaching at the evening worship service Friday, June 25. Previously Don served as a church planter and senior pastor of Chain of Lakes Community Bible Church in northern Illinois for 11 years. He is originally from New Jersey and was raised in northern Illinois. He earned a B.A. in history from Lawrence University, an M.A. from Oxford University in England, studied at Regent College in Vancouver, B.C., and received a doctorate in church history from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. While pastoring, Don taught church history at Denver Seminary, served as chairman of the theology committee for the EPC, and has been a trustee on the board of Colorado Christian University.