Spiritual Metrics Conference

I’m speaking back East at a conference hosted by Eastern University in Philadelphia this October.

The conference aims to discuss the if, why and how in regard to measuring spiritual growth.  Growth or success is defined in most every field. When I was an Engineering student at Clemson it was really easy to measure success… if an I-beam holds, success. If an I-beam fails, not success.  Measuring and quality control lead to the development and implementation of best practices.

Measuring spiritual impact and defining success in education, church or relief and development work, however, can be trickier than engineering, but just as important.

Looking forward to contributing to – as well as benefitting from – the conversation.

(You can check out the conference info by clicking on the image below.)

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