Mount Vernon Baptist Church

Feed My Sheep

February 15
Feed my Sheep brings together pastors and church leaders for encouragement and camaraderie. We want you to know you aren’t alone — there may even be a pastor a few miles (or a few blocks!) away who is looking for a ministry friendship.

Feed My Sheep is a one-day conference for those who love the local church. If the Word is the foundation of your ministry, the gospel its content, and God’s glory the goal, please meet with us on February 15, 2021.

This year we are excited to hear from Juan Sanchez, Senior Pastor of High Pointe Baptist Church in Austin, TX, and Brad Evangelista, Lead Pastor of CrossPointe Church in Columbus, GA.

We want anyone who loves the local church to benefit from Feed My Sheep. Perhaps you are an elder or a deacon or participate in women’s ministry or help with the youth. Feed My Sheep may target the pastor and church leader, but it’s a great environment for anyone involved in church ministry to be edified and equipped. May the “hearts of the saints” be “refreshed through” our time together (Philemon 1:7).

Serving Pastors Wives

Encouragement in pastoral ministry begins in the home with a pastor’s wife. She is the unsung hero in ministry, encouraging him with her words and entrusting him to the Lord with her prayers. At Feed My Sheep, we want to encourage the godly, gifted women serving her husband, family, and church.

Jeanine Sanchez will lead a special talk during lunch for all women. In the afternoon, Aaron Menikoff will lead a panel discussion with Juan and Jeanine about the joys and hardships of pastoral ministry. So we invite you and your spouse to join us for Feed My Sheep.

 

When

Monday, February 15, 2020
Check-in: 8:30 am – 9:15 am
Conference: 9:15 am – 3:30 pm

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Tickets include lunch, snacks, and books

Speakers

Juan Sanchez

Juan Sanchez

Senior Pastor
High Pointe Baptist Church
Austin, TX

Juan has served as senior pastor of High Pointe Baptist Church since 2005. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and holds and M.Div., Th.M., and Ph.D. in systematic theology from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has authored numerous books, including 1 Peter for You and Seven Dangers Facing Your Church. He and Jeanine have been married since 1990 and have five daughters, two sons-in-law, one granddaughter, and two grandsons.

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Brad Evangelista

Brad Evangelista

Lead Pastor
CrossPointe Church
Columbus, GA

Brad is the senior pastor of CrossPointe Church in Columbus, Georgia, which he planted in 2005. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. Originally from Southern California, he came to Georgia via the Unites States Army where he was stationed at Ft. Benning. While there, he met his wife, Jennifer, a Columbus native. They have been married since 1994 and have three sons and one daughter.

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Aaron Menikoff

Aaron Menikoff

Senior Pastor
Mount Vernon Baptist Church
Atlanta, GA

Aaron has served as the Senior Pastor at Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Atlanta since 2008. After leaving his career in politics, he went on staff and served as an elder at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. While in seminary, Aaron served as an elder and interim pastor at Third Avenue Baptist Church. He has his M.Div. and Ph.D. in American Church History from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Politics and Piety and Character Matters. Aaron is the husband of Deana and the father of the four children.

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Schedule

Morning Session

8:30 am Check-in
9:15 am Welcome & Singing
9:45 am “George Liele and the Power of Ordinary Ministry” by Aaron Menikoff
10:30 am Break
10:50 am “Doing Ministry Now with the End in View” (1 Timothy 4:9-22) by Juan Sanchez
11:40 am Singing

Afternoon Session

12:00 pm Lunch
Women’s Lunch: “When Your Husband’s Critics become a Burden” by Jeanine Sanchez
1:15 pm Singing
1:25 pm Panel Discussion
2:20 pm Break
2:40 pm “Making Every Pastoral Effort in an Exhausting Age” (2 Peter 1:12-15) by Brad Evangelista
3:30 pm Singing & Conference concludes

FAQs

Masks are encouraged, especially when singing. There will be ample seating for social distancing. Individual boxes lunches will be served and distancing will be observed during lunch.

Email: Brad Thayer
Call: 404-255-3133

Yes. Please contact us directly so we may update the registration information.

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It will be helpful in expediting the check-in process, but it is not mandatory.

You may receive a full refund for the registration cost up to 7 days before the conference. No refunds will be issued after February 2.

Please try to have accurate information when you register. You are welcome to transfer your ticket and we will update the registration information at check-in.