This presentation will clearly illustrate to small and large ministries the ability to change their financial outlook by using their buildings 7 days a week while fully embedding themselves into the community.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 06, 2017
Building God's Way (BGW), a nationwide church architect with a broad network of other turn-key services exclusively for ministry-based organizations, is planning to have a significant presence at the upcoming WFX Conference in Dallas on October 10-12.
The BGW team will have a large 20x20 exhibit booth at the WFX Expo (#313) that will feature an LED video wall, thanks to its new partnership with Performance Technology Group (PTG) as the exclusive A/V/L provider for BGW. PTG has assembled a team with a combined experience that includes hundreds of ministry clients throughout the United States. The turn-key delivery process begins with consultation and budgeting, and carries the client through design, installation, and side-by-side training with the worship leaders. The PTG team will be involved in the BGW architectural process from the earliest stages.
Personnel at the BGW Expo Booth will include staff from BGW, PTG as well as S&B Construction, the exclusive BGW Builder partner for the state of Texas and the surrounding region.
Matt Roberts, founder and lead Pastor of The Genesis Project and partner in BGW Sustainable Solutions, will present a session on Wednesday afternoon from 3:30 - 4:15pm in Room 305, as part of the Next-Gen Building Conference Track.
Pastor Matt’s session is titled, “Financial Sustainability – 10 Concepts to Implement into New Designs and Existing Ministries”. This presentation will clearly illustrate to small and large ministries the ability to change their financial outlook by using their buildings 7 days a week while fully embedding themselves into the community.
The Genesis Project is a local church and national church planting movement based in Ogden, Utah that has experienced tremendous local and multi-site growth since it’s launch about 10 years ago. The Genesis Project’s mission is to reach the darkest areas of the city with the hope of Jesus and this is accomplished through an active, relational model that marries an embedded church with practical community engagement and the integration of for-profit business. Through the merger of diversified business and ministry, The Genesis Project and its for-profit ventures, including Hub 801 Event Center, Hub City Coffee, and others, have become models for planting financially sustainable churches within communities plagued by poverty and religious apathy.
Building God’s Way is an award-winning, industry leader in ministry design and facilities-related services, including an extensive builder network, factory-direct supply, and financially sustainable building solutions. Originally founded in 1997 by Daniel Cook and now an employee-owned company, BGW has served more than 1,000 ministries nationwide. For more information, visit http://www.bgwservices.com.