Passion Tree luncheon

Passion Tree luncheon draws 100 to learn about networking, resources for disciple making

Robert Mullins, pastor of Crossroads Community Church, Elmore, and executive director of Passion Tree Resources, welcomed approximately 100 pastors, spouses, ministers and church staff members to the Passion Tree annual luncheon, held Nov. 12 at the Original Oyster House in Spanish Fort in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Alabama Baptist State Convention Nov. 12-13, 2019. Passion Tree is “a movement, not an organization,” Mullins said, providing networking and resources for disciple-making pastors. Those in attendance learned of new opportunities to connect and build relationships with other pastors. More information about Passion Tree is available at (Photo and story by Martha Simmons)