3 Reasons Not to Miss CPC+!

CPC+ is the #1 online event for children’s and family ministry leaders! Why should you make sure you save your spot today for CPC+? 1) It’s FREE. Keep your $$ – this is an incredible opportunity to experience general sessions from speakers like Albert Tate, Melissa J. MacDonald, Eugene Cho, and Beth Guckenberger for free! 2) It’s FLEXIBLE. CPC+ is … Read More

5 Things That Are NEW for CPC18!

Here are five NEW things you will get to experience at CPC18 in Orlando! 1) A NEW schedule! Take a look at how your days will look while exploring and enjoying CPC. Full Schedule 2) Pre-event Breakout Registration – you get to reserve your spot in the breakouts of your choice BEFORE you ever get to the event. No more … Read More

Sneak Preview of CPC+!

The INCM team is a lot like a kid that has a hard time keeping a secret. The excitement just can be too much for us to handle! So, we’re sharing a clip of one of the INCREDIBLE general sessions that thousands of leaders will be viewing together at CPC+– a FREE online event just for you on August 16-17. … Read More

Meet Louie Giglio!

I remember the first time I heard Louie Giglio preach. About 15 minutes into his sermon, I realized that I was literally on the edge of my seat and leaning as far forward as possible. It was obvious that this man had a unique familiarity with the Word of God, and his passion felt like what it would have been … Read More

CPC17 Intensives Just Released!

A lot of great things can be accomplished in an hour. Making and eating a great meal with your family. Organizing the supply cabinet for the nursery. Making a dent in that new book you’re reading. A nap ;-).  A breakout at CPC17. But some things just aren’t meant to be done in an hour. Some things take longer for … Read More

CPC17 Breakouts are Here!

A few years ago, I won a Facebook contest for admission to a VIP dinner at a Chic-Fil-A that was opening nearby. They gave us the red carpet treatment, and my absolute favorite part (besides the free milkshake) was getting a “back stage tour” of how they do what they do and make what they make. I still remember thinking “No. … Read More