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[Updated] Normalizing Next 2022: A Post COVID-19 Resource for Leaders (New Ministries)

january, 2022

12jan9:30 AM3:00 PM[Updated] Normalizing Next 2022: A Post COVID-19 Resource for Leaders (New Ministries)9:30 AM - 3:00 PM PST

Event Details


  • California & Hawaii: January 12, 2022 (9:30 AM – 3 PM PST | 7:30 AM – 1 PM HST)
  • Guam & Saipan: January 13, 2022 (3:30 AM – 9 AM ChST)

Location: Zoom


Cost: free to participating pastors, new ministry developers, and church planters (sponsored by Cal-Pac New Ministries EMT)

RSVP Deadline: January 10, 2022


This event is prepared for Pastors, New Ministry Developers, Church Planters, and those desiring direction for next-level spiritual health post Covid-19.

Church will never be as it was in our pre-COVID-19 world but evangelism and the need or effective leadership remains. All hope is not lost, and we are living in the greatest evangelistic season of our lifetime. Normalizing Next will explore effective evangelism and the church of the future.

At the beginning of 2020, no one would have thought the world would change drastically in a matter of weeks, but it did. Churches and leaders that were able to take the disruption, evaluate the landscape and shift have been able to weather the storm and see through to a brighter future on the other side of COVID-19. Your church’s survival is 100% dependent on your ability to shift.

Our presenter will be Rev. Olu Brown, Senior Pastor of Impact Church in Atlanta, GA. He is a highly sought after speaker and presenter who has documented what it takes to lead in the midst of crisis.

Future Normalizing Next Events: Participants will have the opportunity to choose to attend future gatherings that will give participants real-time information and exposure to evangelism, leadership, and ministry practices to inform their work in the local church or in their organizations.


Zoom Meeting information will be sent to you by email closer to the event date.

  • Technical requirements: To participate in Zoom meetings, participants must have a reliable Internet connection, and a laptop, tablet, or smartphone device that can download and install the Zoom app. A web or phone camera and a microphone are highly recommended, although some users may call in via phone if a mic is not available.


For questions about this event, contact Rev. Anthony Boger at