September 27th | 11:30 a.m. | In-person | FREE
Hilton Anatole – 2201 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX 75207
Inspiration and connection to help the local church thrive.
September 27th | 11:30 a.m. | In-person | FREE
TECHinspire is a series of half-day regional events for pastors and ministry leaders seeking to connect, grow and become inspired by their local church community. With the help of experienced ministry thought leaders, we will share insights and solutions to help shape and empower the future of churches.
Walk away from TECHinspire feeling:
- Inspired by conversations, insights, and learnings alongside other pastors experiencing shared challenges.
- Connected with local pastors, ministry thought leaders and Pushpay team members.
- Confident and empowered to move your ministry forward.
Influential voices to inspire you
Meet our TECHinspire Dallas speakers
Our carefully curated speakers will lead sessions designed to guide you today and into tomorrow.
Aaron Senneff, CTO | Pushpay
The new era of church tech: Creating a community congregants keep coming back to
Engaging today’s church takes more than a handshake from the pastor. Wherever you’re at, Aaron Sennef will show you how to reach the next level with tips and tech that’ll encourage congregants to come back every Sunday.
Aaron has a passion and desire to work at the intersection of technology and faith. He joined Pushpay’s leadership team in 2019 as the Chief Technology Officer. Prior to his time at Pushpay, Aaron spent 20 years at John Deere, leading global teams through a hyper-growth period during a landmark digital transformation in agriculture.
William Vanderbloemen, CEO & Founder | Vanderbloemen
Leading in times of crisis: Engaging your congregation during a recession and how to leverage tech
As our country prepares to face a financial slump, many leaders are wondering how to shepherd their church through it. Discover new engagement tools and strategies for both your ministry and congregation to thrive.
William Vanderbloemen was a pastor for 15 years and is now CEO & Founder of Vanderbloemen, an executive search firm. William started Vanderbloemen because he understands that when your team isn’t whole it disrupts your mission. He has combined his experience as a Senior Pastor with the best practices of executive search to provide churches with a unique offering: a deep understanding of local church work with the very best knowledge and practices of professional executive search to complete your team.
David Fletcher, Founder | XPastor
Technology Myths Sessions: Only the younger generations use tech
When you think about tech in the church, it’s easy to think it only appeals to the younger generation—but that’s not the case. Learn how giving habits vary by generation and what motivates each generation to give to your church.
Dr. David Fletcher is often called The Dean of Executive Pastors. Fletch was a pastor for 35 years in churches from 1,000-8,000 members, single and multisite, churches with mergers, camps, schools, apartments and cafés. He founded XPastor in 2003 and it’s become a principal resource for leaders in a complex church world.
With degrees from Dallas Seminary and executive education at the Kellogg School of Management and the Harvard Business School, he brings an objective perspective, vast experience, biblical principles and best practices. He teaches Doctor of Ministry students at Dallas Seminary and ETS India.
Jordan Page, I.T. Director | Higher Dimension Church
Technology Myths Session: The need for a customized platform is irrelevant
According to our State of Church Tech report, 93% of churches believe technology plays an essential role in helping achieve their mission. But what tech are they using, and is it helping manage the wide range of church operations? Find out if a customized platform can help you maximize your resources, time, and energy as a leader.
Jordan G. Page is a servant leader at Higher Dimension Church located in Houston, TX, where he serves as IT Director. At Higher Dimension, Jordan works on active directory management, training on software and hardware, and maintaining the church’s website and mobile app. He grew up loving technology and stepped into the tech world in 2014, working with companies such as Verizon, Apple, and AT&T.
Collin Jones, President | Resi Media
Technology Myths Session: Church online is the reason people don’t come to church anymore
The trend is practically universal: fewer people are attending church in person every year. But having church online isn’t the reason for that trend. Find out the real reason that attendance is changing, and how to break the pattern and achieve continued church growth.
Collin Jones has been with Resi since 2016 and serves as President. He and his family currently reside in the suburbs of Dallas, but he is passionate about helping organizations worldwide use technology to grow their reach.
Cary Yocum, VP of Sales | Pushpay
Master of Ceremony
Over the past 15 years Cary has been helping organizations build a complete and scalable customer journey to support growth. After 5 years as a Youth Pastor and 25 years as a worship pastor, Cary knows exactly what you’re going through. And as Pushpay’s VP of Sales, he knows how to guide growth for ministries at any stage.