Because this event is heavily subsidized by the Cooperative Program, it is open to the pastoral couples of those churches that give regularly to the Cooperative Program only. Maximum four couples per church.
Date and Location:
November 17 - 19, 2017
Great times of worship
Opportunites to rest and be renewed physically, emotionally and spiritually
Break out groups
Time to connect with other ministry couples
Cost: $100 per couple
Two nights accomodation at the Coast Canmore Hotel.
Two Banquet style evening meals.
Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday.
All breakouts and sessions.
Speaker: Dr. Rob Blackaby
Rob was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to parents Will and Margaret Blackaby. After graduating from the University of British Columbia in 1989, he enrolled in Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, from which he earned M.Div. and Ph.D. degrees. Rob has been married Jo Susan (of Springfield, Tennessee) since July 1992. In June 1995 they moved to Calgary, Alberta, where Rob served as the senior pastor of Trinity Baptist Church until 2007. During that time he also led in the start of Southwinds Church in south Calgary (where he is still involved). In April 2007 Rob became the third president of the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary and College in Cochrane, Alberta. He has a passion to prepare leaders for ministry in challenging arenas both in North America and globally. He has led the school to journey with students as they study and apply God’s Word to issues of paramount importance in the midst of life circumstances that are complex. Rob and Jo Susan have three children, Rachel (19), John (16), and David (14).
The CNBC is a network of churches who give themselves away for the kingdom of God. With over 400 churches across Canada, we believe that God's primary vehicle for impacting the world is the local church. The role of the CNBC staff is to network churches with each other to see God add New Believers, New Disciplemakers, New Communities of Faith to our family of congregations all who are transforming their communities for the Kingdom of God. Our vision is to see 1000 healthy churches by the year 2020.