Cultivate Gathering

kinnon —  October 13, 2007 — Leave a comment

Cultivate ButtonThis is one event that I wish I was in town for (and who knows, my wish may be granted.) From the Cultivate site:

Cultivate Gathering is a learning party. What does that mean? Well, basically it’s designed to be everything good about a conference without all the rigamarole… and much more fun and interactive.

  • Instead of charging in the hundreds of dollars for one ticket, it’s only $50 and that includes a terrific lunch.
  • Instead of maxing out our capacity we are limiting our numbers to give everyone there the best possible environment for networking.
  • Instead of bringing in some big-name, American speakers to tell us what they already wrote in their latest book we are looking to Canadian church planters and leaders to tell their stories.
  • Instead of you listening to message after message and being filled with information we want you to be part of a dialogue with people in similar shoes and learn and grow within that relationship.
  • Instead of some fancy shmancy hotel, convention centre or big church building, Cultivate Gathering is taking place at a local coffee house:



A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

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