Donald Miller and The Dave Crowder Band kickoff National Leadership Conferences for Ministry Leaders of 20- and 30-Somethings

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The Rightnow Campaign continues to coach and connect the 20 and 30-something generation to use their passions and skills to make a difference in the world. They are launching a series of new national leadership conferences called Leadnow for church and ministry leaders who minister to 20 and 30-somethings. In 2007, Leadnow is coming to Orlando, Washington DC and Dallas featuring the David Crowder Band and Donald Miller, author of Blue Like Jazz.

Thanks for giving us an interactive conference and giving us choices instead of forcing us to listen to one person! That was by far the most popular praise I heard from our group!

The Rightnow Campaign is on a mission to coach and connect passionate 20 and 30-somethings to specific ministry opportunities to impact God's kingdom in the U.S. and around the world. Working alongside churches, mission sending agencies and community service organizations, Rightnow is an unbiased voice that personally coaches and connects individuals toward ministry opportunities that match their passions, skills, and ministry experiences.

Since 2004, Rightnow has produced four successful events across the country to help 20 and 30-somethings put their passions and skills into action to make a difference in their churches, communities and around the world. Erwin McManus, Coach Bill McCartney, Shane & Shane, Caedmon's Call and over 6,000 attendees, 1,000 ministry leaders and 75 service organizations have participated in these four previous events.

In 2007 the Rightnow Campaign ( is launching a series of national leadership conferences called Leadnow ( These 3-day conferences are targeting the church and ministry leaders who oversee 20 and 30-somethings. By training and equipping these leaders to minister to this generation, the impact can be multiplied.

Leadnow is more than just a series of messages from the stage. Attendees will experience a short-film, one-act play, Connection Café with 24 local, national and international service organizations, a unique journey called the Dokime and several opportunities for discussion with other leaders.

One 20 and 30-Somethings pastor, Matt Lantz, recently commented, "Thanks for giving us an interactive conference and giving us choices instead of forcing us to listen to one person! That was by far the most popular praise I heard from our group!"

In addition to bestselling author Donald Miller and the award-winning David Crowder Band, the Leadnow Conference will feature Todd Phillips (Pastor at Frontline in Washington DC), Dan Kimball (Pastor at Vintage Faith in Santa Cruz), Margaret Feinberg (author of Twentysomething), Marcus Goodloe (Pastor at Mosaic in Los Angeles), Voddie Baucham of Grace Community Church in Houston and spoken word performer Amena Brown.

The conference season will begin February 15-17th, 2007 in Orlando and continue May 3-5th, 2007 in Washington DC before the season comes to a close on September 20-22nd, 2007 in Dallas.

For additional information on the Leadnow Conference or The Rightnow Campaign, contact Justin Forman or visit

About The Rightnow Campaign:

The Rightnow Campaign is a mobilization ministry that began in the spring of 2000 with the purpose of connecting 20 and 30-somethings to tangible opportunities to serve locally and internationally. By listening, asking questions, and praying with each person, the Rightnow team coaches and connects 20 and 30-somethings to opportunities that match their passions, their spiritual gifts, and their ministry experiences. The Rightnow Network of 75 service and mission organizations provides the specific service opportunities around the world. The Fusion and Leadnow events are two of the ways in which Rightnow catalyzes this generation to action. and trains the next generation of leaders. In addition to these events, The Rightnow Campaign has worked closely with Louie Giglio of Passion Conferences, Erwin McManus of Mosaic, Bill McCartney of Promise Keepers, Bart Millard of MercyMe and other notable leaders in the church to ignite this generation to action.


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