An Invitation from Pastor West
Our last Issachar Conference was a tremendous success! It moved us in ways that we never anticipated, taught us lessons we never expected and confirmed needs for improvement. These things made us more acutely aware of our necessity for growth. From your many testimonies, I know that you were blessed and benefited by our experience. Our witness here at The Church Without Walls remains that the conference was more helpful and illuminating to us than it was for any of you.
We are grateful that you have chosen to join us this year for another exciting time of renowned pastors sharing their hearts and stories, informative workshops and powerful preaching. We anticipate that our spirits will be stimulated once more to operate in the excellence that characterizes ministry that pleases God.
The mission of the IC3 Conference is To facilitate a platform of opportunities to develop optimum Christian church leadership.
The vision of the IC3 Conference is to equip Leaders to grow Churches by connecting with Communities to transform an unchurched Culture.
The purpose of the IC3 Conference is to equip today’s leader with the necessary tools that will enable him or her to understand the set times of the church. These times require the men and women of God to take a valiant approach to the Ministry of Christ in our ever-changing world.
The Sons of Issachar were mighty men of valor, who being equipped for war by God, had the wisdom and knowledge to perceive the appointed time when Israel was supposed to act in volatile times! God has given his servant, Pastor Ralph Douglas West, a commission to impart a life changing Word into the hearts of Pastors, Ministers, Church Administrators, and host of other church leaders worldwide in the Body of Christ. Conference participants will receive anointed teaching, pure perspective, practical application, and true revelation of God’s perfect will and direction for his or her purpose in church ministry.
“of the sons of Issachar who had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do, their chiefs were two hundred; and all their brethren were at their command”