How do you lead in this COVID19 Crisis?

Discover the 5 key elements you need to move forward in a Post-COVID world.

October 8th, 2020
1 - 2 PM (CST)

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While many people are struggling to stay connected online and in person, the ability to engage people and help them take next steps in their spiritual growth have never been more critical.

We’ll be discussing:

  • What we have learned from the Covid-19 crisis
  • How churches across the United States and around the world have responded to the crisis
  • What critical lessons will shape the future of church in the days and years ahead
  • How a disciple-making culture has been a game changer for churches during this crisis

You will discover five things that you can be doing right now to move your church forward during this season of uncertainty.

It’s not a webinar that will float some fluffy ideas without tangible next steps to make an immediate impact in your church.

Featured Panelists


Brent Parker

Brent was called into pastoral ministry in 2002 and has served as the Lead Pastor of churches in Mississippi & Alabama for over 16 years. Brent takes great delight in teaching people the Word of God, but his primary passion is training disciples to make disciples. Currently living in the Vancleave, Mississippi community, he serves as the Lead Pastor of First Baptist Vancleave. He has a Master's of Divinity from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Ministry in Evangelism and Church Growth from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Brent has been married to his beautiful wife Jennifer for over 20 years. They have 3 children, Sarah, Anna and Will.
Dr. Ronnie W. Goines

Dr. Ronnie W. Goines

Ronnie the Founding Pastor of Koinonia Christian Church in Arlington, Texas. He is married to Nikki Goines and is the father of their 3 sons: Noah, Luke and Daniel.Ronnie received his Bachelor of Finance degree from Louisiana Tech University, a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, with an emphasis in Biblical Languages, and a Doctorate of Ministry from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University. Dr. Goines served as an Adjunct Professor of History and Literature of the Bible at Mountain View College in Dallas, Texas.Vocationally he served 8 years in the U.S. Armed Forces, was a Licensed Financial Advisor, Corporate Business Development Officer, and radio talk host of “Real Talk with Rev” on FM 100.7. He is a two-time published author of “As For Me And My House…” (Book & Journal).
Dr. Craig Etheredge

Dr. Craig Etheredge

Craig is a gifted communicator, author, and Bible teacher. Craig and his family moved to Colleyville, Texas in July 2007 to serve as lead pastor of First Baptist Church where he currently serves. In addition to leading the local church, Craig is the Adjunct Professor of Discipleship at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is involved in the local community. He has a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Craig met his wife, Liz, in the fifth grade and they have two daughters, Leah Beth and Abbie.

Chad Vandiver

Chad is the Pastor of Missions and Multiplication for First Colleyville. Chad coordinates and oversees the church planting network “The Cross Creek Network” launched by First Colleyville. Currently First Colleyville has planted disciple-making churches in: Madrid Spain, Lusaka Zambia, Montreal Canada, Burkina Faso, and Justin Texas. Chad grew up on the mission field as a child of missionaries and served as a missionary as well with NAMB. Chad has a great passion for disciple-making and unique perspectives with the global church.

Dr. Chris Moody

Dr. Moody wears lots of ministry hats but the one he is most proud of and the one he often says he will give up last is as a personal disciple maker. Chris currently serves as the lead pastor of Beaumont’s First Baptist Church and as an Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology for Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in Lynchburg, VA. Dr. Moody continues to guide FBC Beaumont, an historic church founded in 1872, through a major shift in focus from a traditional SBC model of ministry to a ‘Making-DiscipleMakers’ model of ministry. Numerous onlookers throughout this ‘discipleshift’ have given the same refrain: “If First Beaumont can do it, any church can do it.”
Glenn Underhill

Glenn Underhill

Originally from San Diego, Glenn attended Howard Payne University in Brownwood, TX and Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX. He has served in full-time ministry for over 20 years. Glenn’s first love in ministry is disciple making – the simple, biblical model that Jesus used to make disciples who make disciples. He has trained churches, pastors and leaders through the United States and around the world in Jesus’ disciple-making model. Glenn and his wife, Dawn, have four children.

How to Lead Your Church Moving Forward

October 8th, 2020 | 1 - 2 PM (CST)

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