A2 Conference at Willow Creek

For the very first time, a LIVE conference session will be available to you and your team via Web streaming from the Willow Creek Association—this morning, October 25, from 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CST.

From the all-new A2 Conference in the Willow Creek auditorium in South Barrington, Illinois—you can experience an interactive session featuring Craig Groeschel and the multi-site and Internet campus of LifeChurch.tv. LifeChurch.tv was one of the pioneers in multi-site ministry and simulcast technology. They now serve more than 17,000 people with 36 weekly worship services in four states.

Through the new A2 interactive conference format, you’ll see video interviews with church leaders and staff, hear an introduction on the what’s and how’s of LifeChurch.tv’s multi-site model, then watch as Craig joins the A2 “Bullpen” for unscripted dialogue with Bill Hybels, Erwin McManus, David Anderson, William VanderBloemen, and others—to get the “story behind the story” and answers to the questions you want asked.

Craig Groeschel is just one of five leaders whose breakthrough church models will be featured at the A2 conference at Willow Creek, October 25-27. The case study format at the A2 experience will serve as a catalyst for dialog and discovery designed to help you think about your church’s unique God-given mission and the strategy you use to reach that goal. Conference sessions and published case studies will be available for purchase on all five of the churches. For more details, call 800-570-9812 or go online to www.willowcreek.com.

Click here to view this session live TODAY at 11:15 a.m. CST. Or, if you can’t view it at that time, the streaming video of the session will also be available on our Web site through Saturday evening, October 28.

If you’re having trouble with the link, please copy and paste the following address into your browser:
http://www.willowcreek.com/conferences/a2video.asp

Greg Atkinson

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