Frequency Conference 2018 Coming to Philly October 26-27
THE FREQUENCY CONFERENCE RETURNS BACK TO THE CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE WITH DYNAMIC SPEAKERS AND PROLIFIC TEACHING
THIS YEAR’S MONIKER, WOKE CHURCH, IS SURE TO BE A CONVERSATION PIECE AMONGST THOUSANDS OF ATTENDEES
CONFERENCE TAKING PLACE FROM OCTOBER 26-27th AT THE PHILADELPHIA MARRIOT DOWNTOWN
September 19, 2018 (Philadelphia, PA) — In a post Obama, present Trump America; the Frequency Conference 2018 theme: All Jesus Everything: Equipping the body for unity and cultural change, is a message that goes far beyond the four walls of the church and will certainly resonate with the attendees of this year’s conference taking place at the Philadelphia Marriot Downtown.
For centuries, the church has remained silent on issues of poverty, racism, injustice, police brutality and inequality and it is now time for the church to step up and take a stand, by any means necessary! Frequency 2018 is designed to address the aforementioned and more, accompanied by theological principles and sound doctrine. In order for the church to be effective, we must STAY WOKE.
For the 5th consecutive year, Thriving (AKA Frequency Conference) mission has been to disciple leaders by the strength of Christ who become biblically qualified in character, family health, gifting and a commitment to theological depth and it is evident as with the line-up of speakers and facilitators this year.
Some of the speakers include: Dr. Tony Evans, Dr. Crawford Loritts, Jackie Hill Perry, Matt Chandler and conference founder, Dr. Eric Mason. Some of the session speakers include: Dr. Sarita Lyons, Rasool Berry, Dr. Michael Heiser and Dr. Daniel Wallace.
To register click here: http://thrivingfrequency.com/register/
About Thriving (Frequency Conference)
Thriving exists to equip urban missionaries for comprehensive global urban ministry through, for, and from the local church. We are biblically based, theologically rich, historically rooted, Christ-centered, spirit guided, justice oriented, missiologically driven, and tailored to the needs of people of color in our efforts to proclaim and practice the multifaceted wisdom of God for the underserved areas of cities and towns. For us, we want to promote the growth of scholarly practitioners for undeserved urban environments by training leaders to have a robust love for Jesus and people! (1Chron 12:32, Micah 6:8, Matthew 23:23, Col 1:16, 2 Tim 2:15, Acts 4:31, Col 4:2-6, Acts 2:47)
About Dr. Eric Mason
Dr. Eric Mason aka “Pastor E” and affectionately called “the Bishop” is the founder and senior pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia, PA. He is married to Yvette and has three sons, Immanuel, Nehemiah, Ephraim and one living daughter, Amalyah. After over two decades of gospel ministry, Dr. Mason has become known for his unquenchable passion to see the glory of Jesus Christ robustly and relevantly engaged in broken cities with the comprehensive gospel. Urban ministry is the heartbeat of his ministry and calling.
He is the founder and President of Thriving, an urban resource organization committed to developing leaders for ministry in the urban context. Dr. Mason has written three books: Manhood Restored, Beat God to the Punch, and Unleashed.
Dr. Mason has been graced by God to preach and teach at churches and conferences in the US and abroad. He is the recipient of multiple earned degrees, including a BS in Psychology from Bowie State University, a Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a Doctoral degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Dr. Mason has served as an adjunct professor at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston Texas and Biblical Theological Seminary outside of Philadelphia.
Dr. Mason serves through the local church in helping coach and train families to plant churches in cities locally, nationally, and internationally. Specifically, over the last 4 to 5 years through Epiphany Fellowship, they have and are planting in Camden, NJ, the Lawncrest section of Philly, Brooklyn, NY, Los Angeles, CA, Wilmington, DE, and Baltimore, MD. Also through Epiphany Fellowship, they are helped to plant 14 churches in Africa as well.
Dr. Mason considers himself a foodie, coffee snob and enjoys reading, writing, art, and biking.