The value of Idea Day is not just in the ideas shared, but in the environments in which they are shared. Idea Day has no hidden or personal agendas. We simply want church leaders to receive and share ideas in an open and nonjudgmental enviroment


We are passionate about helping church leaders. The Idea Day Network and events are designed to give you practical ideas that will create growth in your ministry. So many church leaders have been able to do more in less time because of the advantage of Idea Day. Metrics and Assimilation are two of the many topics discussed at every Idea Day event. 


The Idea Day Team is passionate about giving church leaders free resources for their ministry and leadership development. Many of these resources are available at our events and throughout the year at our Idea Day Network sites and social media. 


Idea Day is rapidly growing beyond just one day events into a growing network of collaboration, coaching, and content. Church leaders can receive great resources and connect with other church leaders. The Idea Day Network media pages allows this connect and collaboration to continue throughout the years as ministry leaders ask questions and share ideas in real-time through facebook and instagram. 

a brief history...

In 2013, Josh Teis and a few of his staff were driving in a car on their way to a conference when a conversation began about the ministry and fresh ideas. They recognized the need for pastors to have an opportunity to share ideas in a agenda-free environment. A few months later, the first “Idea Day” took place with about 30 church leaders in attendance. 

Throughout the years The Idea Day Network has grown into a movement with hundreds of ministry leaders committed to furthering Kingdom work. The three main events each year service the West, South, and Midwest ministries. Each location serves different people with different methods needed to reach those people. The varying locations also allow for ministry leaders to meet other ministry leaders in in the surrounding area who can relate to their local culture and trials.