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Creating gatherings to mentor, refresh, encourage and diffuse ideas with global creatives.
If you’ve ever felt lonely as a worship leader or creative because you don’t have many real friends who get you, you feel tired and alone, and you tend to disconnect, then we’ve got something VERY important to tell you… Lose the loneliness, emptiness and isolation FIRST and the healthy creative life won’t be an issue. It’s true. And getting out of your glass house and attending re:create is really the ONLY way to SAFELY MEET and get to know OTHERS LIKE YOU without spending more years of your valuable life as a lone ranger! Our founder (Randy Elrod) has gathered creatives and churches in small intimate groups (no more than 150) annually in Nashville for over fifteen years. Many well known churches (Northpoint, Saddleback, Mars Hill, LifeChurch), authors (Philip Yancey, Andy Crouch, Tim Sanders), business leaders (Charles T. Lee, Dan Cathy, Michael Hyatt), and artists (Jars of Clay, Amy Grant, Ed Kowalcyk of LIVE, MuteMath) have joined him. At re:create, you have the rare opportunity to literally sit at a table with the speakers, artists and partners and be refreshed, encouraged and inspired. And yes, to get to know them personally. Imagine sitting next to Philip Yancey at lunch and talking about grace or with Tim Sanders and talking about his days as Yahoo!’s chief training officer. That’s exactly what happens at re:create. Randy gathers, mentors and encourages people through his conferences: re:create, re:Quest, re:flect and re:Write. He’s also written five books that have evolved from his love, care and empathy for creatives like you and a desire to provide resources for who you are—not just for what you do. Randy has been where you are. 15 years ago he also felt very alone. His staff and peers didn’t get him. He had nowhere to turn for ideas and camaraderie. He felt very alone. Thankfully he finally discovered a way to solve this awful dilemma. It’s about getting out of your comfort zone, letting go of fear and loneliness, and GATHERING. Turns out there’s a noble human need underneath every desire to connect and meet others of one’s tribe, especially in a safe, nonjudgmental environment. The “refreshment, encouragement, diffusion” process gives creatives the invigorating experience of being with other like-minded people and gaining the lasting friendships you long for… And through the end of the month we are offering you a HUGE DISCOUNT on regular registration prices so that you can finally feel what its like to be with others that get you. You’ll find out WHY you can’t build your tribe and network faster, better and more effectively than at re:create. And you’ll get the opportunity to realize the dream of meeting lifelong friends who are just like you. If for ANY reason you find a conference that focuses on being rather than doing, with a track record of 15 years and is less expensive, just let us know and we’ll refund your registration. Just click HERE to join this amazing tribe of creatives and worship leaders. But you must do it before the end of the month to get our EARLYBIRD SPECIAL and the MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. Register HERE: http://recreateconference.org/register2015
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Thanks to @melissagreene for an extraordinary keynote & worship time at #reCreate15 You are a reformer, advocate and most of all a pastor.
Finishing up my preparation for the personality assessment session at #reCreate15. Fascinating!! I have a feeling it will prove to be one of the all-time fav re:Create sessions ever. So exciting!!
We are not called to change the world, but we are called to create culture by being who we are, where we are, when we are. #reCreate15
Professor Peter Cohen argues that human beings have a deep need to bond and form connections. It's how we get our satisfaction. If we can't connect with each other, we will connect with anything we can find - the whirr of a roulette wheel or the prick of a syringe. He says we should stop talking about 'addiction' altogether, and instead call it 'bonding'. A heroin addict has bonded with heroin because she couldn't bond as fully with anything else. So the opposite of addiction is not sobriety. It is human connection. —Johann Hari That is why re:Create was formed. To provide opportunity for connection.
Working on #reCreate15 details...so excited. Gonna be soooooo good.