Pastors Prayer Summit

Pastor's Prayer Summit

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Pastors from across the denominations and cultures in the Church have come together annually for 28 years for these Christ-centered Pastors’ Prayer Summits

Join us for the 28th annual Pastors’ Prayer Summit and see why it is the highlight of many pastors’ year.

Fort Caswell Retreat & Conference Center
Oak Island, NC
Monday – Wednesday
March 25-27, 2019

Our Facilitator - David Horner

David is the Executive Director for Equipped for Life, a ministry established to equip men and women to grow in Christ and learn to excel in their ministry callings. He pastored Providence Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina since it began in 1978 until 2016. A native of Graham, NC, he received a Bachelor of Arts from Wake Forest University, holds a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and a Doctor of Philosophy from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of 4 books, including A Practical Guide for Ministry and When Missions Shapes the Mission. Since 2005 he has served as a council member of the Gospel Coalition.

The Schedule

Meals: Some of the most precious time together is that spent in fellowship over the table. In this relaxed setting, pastors have the chance to share and get to know one another. Old relationships from the past are renewed and new ones are forged.

Monday afternoon: Following a short orientation and worship time, the rest of the afternoon is free time for personal rest, a walk on the beach, or informal gatherings with other pastors.

Monday evening: Worship and prayer together across the Church spectrum in the area-wide Body of Christ.

Tuesday afternoon: Free time all afternoon!

Tuesday evening: Fourth time of worship and prayer. Typically, this includes a time of prayer in small groups, during which pastors can pray for one another personally in an atmosphere of confidentiality. To pray for and be prayed for by other pastors in this way is a special blessing.

Wednesday morning: At this final gathering there is worship, prayer and sharing. The summit is brought to a close with communion, a wonderful way to end this special time.

If you are a pastor in the Raleigh area, please consider joining us.