Saturday, January 30, 2010

NNU providing complimentary live webcast of 2010 Wesley Center Conference

Given the strong interest in this year's Wesley Center Conference, Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) is offering complimentary, live webcasting from its campus February 4-6.

Titled "99 Parts Perspiration: God & the Creative Process," NNU's 2010 conference for pastors and laypersons features bestselling author Philip Yancey and respected preacher Jeff Crosno.

Yancey has served for many years as editor-at-large for Christianity Today and is a bestselling author who has seen over 14 million copies of his books sold, including What's So Amazing About Grace? (1998) and The Jesus I Never Knew (1996), both of which earned Book of the Year awards by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. Crosno now serves as pastor of the Spokane Valley Church of the Nazarene and will present the 2010 Neil Ministry Address on Friday evening during the conference.

Focusing on what it means to partner with God in the creative process, the 2010 Wesley Center Conference has drawn widespread interest from pastors and laypersons alike. In addition to the two conference headliners, a wide variety of workshop tracks are being offered for writers, artists, preachers, and worship leaders.

NNU has worked hard in recent years to leverage the Internet and we see this as another great opportunity to resource men and women for the sake of the kingdom of God." The conference schedule can be found on the university's web site.

Pastors and laypersons are welcome to tune in to plenary sessions and workshops live via the Internet.

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