Plans are underway for a virtual one day conference. More information to follow, or visit again soon for more details.
Connect with leaders from across Canada and other parts of the world. We will explore a life…fueled by joy!
This conference is for everyone who is committed to the Navigator vision of raising up generations of disciplemakers. Reconnect, grow and collaborate with your fellow Navigators as we explore the theme of Hope and its connection to our mission of proclaiming and embodying the good news of Jesus.
As our Navigator vision states, we want to see “ordinary people, in many walks of life, joyfully leading integrated lives.”
How can we experience joy in the challenge and struggle of life and ministry? How can we cultivate a life of joy? How can we stay connected with the joy of Jesus and His faithful presence as we seek to guide people into a deep, ongoing connection with Him? At Advance 2020 we will explore all this and it is our hope you will leave being Refuelled by Joy!
On the shores of Lake Ontario and the “thousand islands”, we invite all Navigators to come together to pray, connect and imagine what our ministries could look like with a refreshed vision of Hope and Joy coursing through every one. Our guest speakers will challenge you with content to inspire your imagination as you gather within diverse groups to share ideas and learn together. Through Bible study and vigorous discussion, we trust the Holy Spirit will bring forth fresh and exciting insights for you to bring back to your ministries and the individuals you are discipling.
For those who are not Navigator personnel:
$549 Full conference June 3-7
$299 Weekend conference June 5-7
$149 Saturday only June 6
Registration deadline: Tuesday May 19, 2020
June 5, 6 & 7
Conference central is Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront in the heart of historic downtown Kingston, directly on Lake Ontario and Kingston’s scenic waterfront. Just steps from the St. Lawrence River, Confederation Basin and Park, and Wolfe Island. Take a walk up Princess Street to shop and dine at dozens of hot spots in the historic downtown district or stroll around the campus of Queen’s University.