Join us for our monthly Youth Leadership Initiative Lunch!
Why meet for lunch?
To participate in our next lunch,
simply register below:
“Meant for Good: The Adventure of Trusting God & His Plans for You”
The lunches are completely free and lunch is provided! Once your RSVP is confirmed, you will receive an email confirmation with details including directions, parking information, and further elaboration on the speakers and topics addressed.
Next Lunch Details
Time: 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Location: Azusa Pacific University East Campus, LAPC
Address: 901 E Alosta Ave., Azusa, CA 91702
Deadline to register is Monday, November 13.
Description: “Meant for Good: Leadership and Ministry Reflections” Join us for an enlightening conversation with Megan Fate Marshman who is a dynamic speaker, author, and pastor. She currently serves as a teaching pastor at WIllow Creek Community Church and Director of Women’s Ministries at Hume Lake Christian Camps. During this lunch, Megan will share her valuable leadership insights and experiences from her dedicated career in ministry.
November Lunch Speaker
Megan Fate Marshman
Pastor / Speaker / Author
Megan Fate Marshman is determined to use her life to spread hope, share truth, and celebrate others. She is finishing her Doctorate of Ministry as she serves as a teaching pastor at Willow Creek Community Church and the Director of Women’s Ministries at Hume Lake Christian Camps. She also shepherds women at Arbor Road Church in Long Beach, California. If you’ve not had the chance to be in a room where she’s speaking, change that in a hurry. She’s authentic, she’s compelling, and she doesn’t make everything about her.
She invests her time in people, writing books and Bible studies, and exploring all over the globe sharing the love of Jesus. She recently released the Beautiful Word Bible study: John (2022, Harper Collins) and authored the book and Bible study Meant for Good (2020, Zondervan), SelfLess (2017, David C Cook), and co-wrote the book 7 Family Ministry Essentials with Dr. Michelle Anthony (2015, David C Cook).
Megan lives in Lakewood, California with her two boys, Foster and Jedidiah.