The Minister’s Juggling Act
Retreat for Ministers
October 1-3, 2015
Chateau on the Lake, Branson MO
What is the Minister’s Juggling Act?
Are you tired from trying to juggle all of life’s priorities? Would you like a better balance between ministry and family? The Minister’s Juggling Act might be just for you!
The Family Ministries team wants to make an investment in your ministry and family. We are funding this event except for your registration cost per couple, which includes lodging, conference materials, and most meals.
This is a time for you to relax and be casual. It’s a getaway, an opportunity for you to refocus on your main priorities. Because this is a couples event, we encourage you to make arrangements for your children in order to maximize your time together.
This event is for all church ministry staff. Come and have a great time with your spouse!
Why Should I Come?
Date time with your spouce
- FUN in Branson
- Your own personal getaway
- Great food
- Time to hang out with friends
- Time to relax
- No pressure or demands
- Refresh. Rejuvenate. Reconnect.
The retreat begins with dinner at 6:30 p.m. on the first night and ends at 12:00 Noon on the last day.
Each retreat session is limited to 100 couples–first come, first served. First time attendees have first priority
For more information call 800-736-6277 ext. 361, or email email@example.com.
- First Time Attendees: $249 per couple
- Alumni (Returning Participants): $299 per couple
Your Hosts for the Retreat
Joe is the Support Services Team Leader and Family Ministry Specialist for the Missouri Baptist Convention. Joe’s heart and passion is to help strengthen ministers, their families, and ultimately, churches. You’ll be encouraged by Joe’s teaching on family and leadership.
Neil is the Lead Pastor at FBC Branson. Under his leadership, the church has tripled in size in the last seven years and continues to seek ways to share the gospel and disciple new believers. You will enjoy his teaching on leadership.
Guest Speaker (ladies only)
Sharon is a gifted speaker. She will share from her heart and you will
be challenged and encouraged by her teaching. Her husband, Dr. John Yeats, is the Executive Director of the Missouri Baptist Convention.