Join the Conclave Session in Dallas, prior to the Echo Conference the night of July 23rd and July 25th. If you’d like to be considered for the Roundtable, please apply here.

What is a Conclave Session?

The Conclave Sessions are an ongoing project to gather thought leaders and church communication experts to leverage best practices and talk through challenges. Our Sessions are filled with individuals from growing and influential churches with something to say. “As iron sharpens iron,” Proverbs says, “so one person sharpens another.” This is an opportunity to share with and learn from some of the brightest in the field.

View an example Conclave Session Agenda from the Dallas 2011 Roundtable.

What are Past attendees saying?

What are Past attendees saying?

“It was a great opportunity to learn best communication practices from other churches.”

“I liked how the social atsmosphere coexisted with productivity and focus.”

“I really enjoyed the networking and open conversation. I loved that it felt like everyone was really comfortable.”

“I loved the opportunity to talk with other church communicators. Even though there was a structure to the roundtable, we could “go with the flow” if a topic really captured our interest.”

“I enjoyed getting to have a “safe” place to talk about some of the issues that I am dealing with.”

“When you get around people who are similar to you, have the same passions, or are just great people, you can’t help but be inspired. After just a few hours with the people at this round table, I walked away inspired. Which was something I really needed right now!”

 

Why Past attendees suggest you should attend?

“Great place to make connections with other church communicators. They would walk away with some great take aways and practical resources.”

“The connections you make with the people of the Roundtable will become priceless assets to your ministry.”

“It was a great way to have meaningful conversation with others that share the same responsibility as myself to tell the most amazing story ever told. If I can learn to do that better, why would I not want to be part of that? I made some real work related connections, but also some friends in the process.”

“If you ever have the opportunity to be apart of a legit roundtable like this, DO IT! Just being able to network with the other people like you who will be there is worth it.”