NextLevel Onsite

Information

NextLevel Onsite is a pre-packaged seminar taught by one of our faculty members. Unlike our free online content, onsite events are sponsored by your church as the host site. Costs include travel, housing and honorarium. Our NextLevel planning team will work with you to help facilitate logistics and supply you with promotional materials for the event. Onsite events include workbooks and other free resources. Check out our package options below. If you're interested in hosting NextLevel Onsite, please fill out the information form to communicate your interest in a future event.

Package Options:

Biblical Study/Training

Shane Wood, Ph.D.

Michael DeFazio

Dr. Mark Scott

Dr. Teresa Welch

Jim Dalrymple

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Eldership/Leadership Training

Dr. Mark Scott

Randy Gariss

Jim Dalrymple

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Contemporary Issues

Chad Ragsdale

Dr. Gary Zustiak

Doug Aldridge

Request specific content or speaker

 

Christian Formation/Christian Education

Doug Welch

Dr. Teresa Welch

Randy Gariss

Request specific content or speaker

 

Family/Parenting Training

Randy and Julie Gariss

Dr. Gary Zustiak

Request specific content or speaker

 

Interested in hosting an event at your venue? Please fill out the interest form and let us know your desired content, speaker and dates.

  • COST CATEGORIES
  • ESTIMATED RANGE
  • DETERMINING QUESTIONS
  • Travel Expenses
  • $0-$350
  • Estimated travel from Joplin, MO?
  • Meals
  • $40-$150
  • Time away? Meals at event?
  • Honorarium
  • $750-$1000
  • Time away? Content amount?
  • Housing/Hotel
  • $125-$250
  • How many nights?

Interest Form

Host Information
Church Information
Information
Event Information
Do you want our promotional material? If yes, check which one(s)

Extra Event Details

Do you plan to offer snacks and drinks at this event?
Do you plan to offer a meal at this event?
Do you desire our speaker to preach on Sunday?
Do you desire to have a presenter for your student service or class?
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