According to 1 Kings 4:42-44, Elisha was instrumental in multiplying the food for one hundred hungry
What He Does
The president facilitates visioning and planning to help accomplish the church’s mission. He also provides direction and leadership to the ministry activities of the Wisconsin Conference. Areas of focus include: planning, finance, board management, personnel, organization and institutional representation, fundraising and program delivery.
President is chairman of:
This committee meets six times per year to transact the business of the Wisconsin Conference between constituency sessions. Members are elected in constituency session every four year from representative regions.
President is chairman of:
A strategic planning and visioning committee for the educational programs of the conference. The members are elected by the Executive Committee and include teacher, pastor, lay, and WA alumni. They meet six or seven times per year.
President is chairman of:
This meeting of approximately 300 people, meet once every four years to set direction for the next term, review constitution and by-laws, consider financial statements, set direction for the next term, elect officers and directors for the conference.
President is delegate of:
To help keep our church united in doctrine and practice, delegates gather every five years to listen to reports from around the world, review financial and practice policies, and act on initiatives and questions that impact our church world-wide.
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The General Conference Executive Committee voted on January 12, 2021, for the second time in
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When the mighty prophet was taken to heaven in the whirlwind, the young and inexperienced disciple found himself
On December 6, 2020, Elder Titus Naftanaila accepted the call to be president for the Wisconsin Conference
Although an in-person retirement party was not able to happen for Elder Mike and Juanita Edge, the Wisconsin
Today the Wisconsin Conference Presidential Selection Committee Elected Elder Titus Naftanaila as our new President.
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Dear Wisconsin Conference Family, with a number of confirmed cases of conoravirus in the state of Wisconsin
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