Equip to Engage would love to be part of your next event. Trey and Candice are able to speak to both children and adults. They can come to a small group gathering or speak in a corporate worship service. To invite Trey and/or Candice to speak at your event, click here.
Children’s Camps and Retreats: Trey and Candice have been speaking and leading worship at Children’s Camps since 2010. Recently, they have begun using the Tell THE Story method mixed with other components to present the Gospel in ways with which children and staff connect.
Breakout Sessions and Workshops: Trey and Candice have had the privilege of presenting at equipping events all over the USA and Canada for children’s volunteers, children’s leaders, children’s pastors and pastors. They have presented at events hosted by the Church of the Nazarene such as General Assembly, “M” events, District Leaders Conference and TEACH. They have also presented at interdenominational children’s ministry events such as Children’s Pastors’ Conference and D6 Conference. See a complete listing of breakout session/workshop topics and descriptions.
Leadership Retreats: Trey has had the experience of leading leadership teams at the churches with which he has been on staff. Partnering this experience with Candice’s giftedness of teaching, they are available to help your leaders discover aspects of ministry that might have been hidden from their sight. Trey and Candice do not believe they have the answers, but that together we can uncover where God is leading a leadership team.
All-Church Revivals: Trey and Candice are also available for All-Church Revivals throughout the year. This is an approach to revival in which the church family is present discovering and interacting with the Word of God.
StrengthsFinder: You are a unique expression of your loving Creator. To accept this is a deeply humbling recognition that you are God’s very special work of art placed here for a purpose. Many people feel disengaged from their faith communities.
Reports show that they really don’t get the opportunity in their congregation to do what they do best. Maybe it’s because shy people are asked to be greeters, or innately disorganized people are asked to coordinate church events. The same can be true for your pastoral staff and leadership team. This tool is a great way for leadership teams to know how to better serve together and lead those in their church.
For more information about Trey and Candice joining your event, click here.