Agenda July 22, 2012 2012 HKM Annual Conference

Agenda July 22, 2012 2012 HKM Annual Conference

Agenda July 22, 2012 2012 HKM Annual Conference Report State of SPHAC Report Status of New Building Project Hmong District 34th Annual Conference July 1 6, 2012 Hyatt Regency 11999 Harbor Blvd Garden Grove, CA 92840 Theme People from SPHAC

Picture of people from SPHAC here People from SPHAC Picture of people from SPHAC here At the Conference At the Conference Credential Committee Report Delegates & Corresponding Delegates Corresponding Alliance Men Delegates Alliance Men Corresponding Alliance Women Delegates Alliance Women Corresponding

TOTAL Count 294 142 72 21 117 93 739 Credential Committee Report Guests National Office Australia French Guiana Canada Toccoa Falls Simpson

Count 1 4 2 4 2 3 Sermons Day Sunday, July 1 Monday, July 2 Tuesday, July 3 Wednesday, July 4 Thursday, July 5 Friday, July 6

Session Topic Speaker Evening The Call to Action Kx. Xeev Neeb Hawj Morning The Call to Prayer Kx. Nyiaj Vaj Vaj Evening

The Call to Unite the Churches in Christ Kx. Tswv Txos Thoj Morning The Call to be a Witness Xf. Tswv Foom Yaaj Evening The Call to Action in Discipleship Making Kx. Ntsab Ntxawg Xoom Morning

The Call to Action in Giving Kx. Ntsuab Pov Hawj Evening The Call to Action in Harvest Kx. Ceev Xwm Hawj Morning The Call to Action in Spiritual Growth Kx. Laj Neeb Xyooj Evening The Call to Surrender to Christ

Kx. Txawj Teeb Thoj Morning The Call to Action in Commitment Kx. Vam Neeb Yaj Workshops All the workshops occurred on Monday, July 2 Workshops:

Disciple Making Process (Rev. Del Edwardson) Constitution, Bylaws, & Policy (Rev. Rosilio Roman) Kl. Ntsuab Nplooj Vaj Church Government (Kx. Xeev Neeb Hawj) Kl. Tubmuas Lis Church Tax & IRS Law Update (Maiv Hawj) Kl. VamPhiab Sunday School (Kx. Tswv Txos Thoj) Short Term Missions (Kx. Ntshab Ntxawg Xoom) Kl. Zaam Nplooj Vaaj OTS (Kl. Xeev Nruag Xyooj) Kl. Ntsuab Vaj Lauj Nominating Committee Created new nominating procedure

Nominee/candidate has to fill biography sheet Set of questions to interview candidate Set of questions to interview a reference Worked very hard to come up with the procedure. Often work late into the night and during the day when others attending service or business sessions to get ready. Really good results from this Committee Election Results

DEXCOM Mens Ministry Treasurer: Kl. Ntsablug Xyooj (Sacramento, CA) Txwjlaug: Kl. Vaam Npis Yaaj (HAAC, St. Paul, MN) Xibhwb: Kx. Nyiaj Vaj Vaj (Hickory, NC) Xibhwb: Xf. Vaam Txus Xyooj (Appleton, WI) Txooj Neeb Xyooj San Diego, CA

Alliance Women N. Xeev Pov Xyooj Stockton, CA Election Results Six General Council Representative 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Num Cawv Xyooj (Auburn, GA) N. Nkias Pov Tsab (San Diego, CA) N. Ntsablug Xyooj (Sacramento, CA) Jabcob Yaaj (St. Paul, MN)

Xh. Jimmy Yaaj (Wausau, WI) Xf. Tsaav Txhaj Hawj (Denver, CO) Budget Committee Kl. Ntshablug Xyooj (Chair) Sacramento, CA Kl. Tsavntxawg Hawj (Secretary) Milwaukee, WI Kl. Txooj Vaj Muas (Member) Leola, PA Kl. VamPhiab Vaj (Member) St. Paul, MN Xh. Albert Vaj (Member) Seatle, WA Xf. Vaam Xwm Yaaj (Member) Milwaukee, WI Fwm Thoj (Member) Auburn, GA

This committee worked very hard to come up with the budget. As happened in the past, the committee members were appointed by DEXCOM at the conference, not before the conference started. Thus has incomplete information. 2013 Budget $1,698,650 5.3% decrease from 2012 Budget Observations

Good attendance Not a lot of debates on issues at hand Time spent on each issue went a lot smoother Not a lot of business items to discuss No leadership trainings for the leaders to learn and take home to implement Sermons were not strong and connect well with the theme A lot of information, but not practical to take home and implement More praise and worship bands Invite other guest speakers More breakout sessions Next Years Annual Meeting Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, Chicago 1800 East Golf Road, Schaumburg, Illinois, USA 60173 Phone: +1 847 605 1234 Fax: +1 847 605 0328 Email: [email protected]

June 30-July 5, 2013 Agenda 2012 HKM Annual Conference Report State of SPHAC Report Status of New Building Project 2012 Goals No. Goals Accomplishment % Accomplished

1 CLASS 101 500 243 48.6% 2 CLASS 201 250 312 142%

3 CLASS 301 150 216 144% 4 CLASS 401 50 201 400%

5 Life Groups 30 23 76.6% Overall Evaluation So Far PRODUCTIVITY:

ENERGY: Slowed down in discipleship growth because lack of man power to keep up with the training, placement and data maintenance. Need to improve these three areas in order to keep growing. Overall passion for growth dropped and slowed down because of inability to keep productivity above going. However, members desire to grow still strong. Attendance for Sundays and Wednesday services are still strong, given that we are in the summer months. MORALE:

High at beginning of quarter, but dipped toward summer months. Spiritual morale still very high; however, organizational morale is down a little. We need to get our new building going. Overall Evaluation So Far GROWTH: TITHE: First Indicator of Growth Income Q1 Q2 2012 YTD 2012 Projected

Tithe 180,866.44 176,351.59 357,218.03 714,436.06 Loose 12,110.84 9,335.95 21,446.79 42,893.58

New Building 88,912.63 93,667.89 182,580.52 365,161.04 281,889.91 279,355.43 561,245.34 1,122,490.68 2012 Actual 2012 Projected

2011 Actual $357,218 $714,436 $574,745 TOTAL Tithe only for 1st Half of 2012 Tithe NOTE: $139,691 projected increase from 2011, or 24.3% Overall Evaluation So Far

GROWTH: MEMBERSHIP: Second Indicator of Growth Q1 Q2 2012 YTD 2012 Projected New Believers 16 9 25 50

Transfer 7 5 12 24 Total Families 23 14 37 74

Total individuals 93 28 121 242 12.8% 3.9% 8.4% Growth Rate Members

2011 2012 Difference 2,890 3,012 122 Note: Fit churches average around ten percent growth each and every year, while healthy churches may grow between two and five percent a year. (http://thegoodbookblog.com/2011/apr/08/is-your-church-healthy-or-fit/) Checking, Savings, & Mortgage Balance as June 30, 2012 Savings Checking

TOTAL Balance $196,040 $588,992 $785,032 Loan #593000 Loan #618600 Balance $20,232 $30,076 TOTAL $50,308 Agenda

2012 HKM Annual Conference Update State of SPHAC Report Status of New Building Project Status of New Building Project ADF Update We have been approved by ADF for a loan of $5,153,000. This includes: 10% contingency Our two current loans They require a reserve of $330,095. This reserve belongs to us. It earns us interest. It will be returned to us later. Status of New Building Project ADF Update

They require that we use a general contractor This means . . . We can no longer act as general contractor Vedi Assoc. will now function as architect only The OVERALL cost may be different than the $5,153,000 approved by ADF. Status of New Building Project HKM DEXCOM Update The DS (Thawj Tsavxwm) has given us his approval to ADF HKM Dexcom has voted to approve of our new building project Status of New Building Project What Remains to Be Done We need to finalize and choose a general contractor

Vedi is aiming to get all drawings done by the 27th of this July After this, the drawings will be submitted to City of Maplewood for final detail approval General Contractor for bidding Status of New Building Project What Remains to Be Done We need to get a guaranteed maximum cost from general contractor to ADF ADF gives approval for final loan amount (because of the involvement of the GC).

Our timeline is to be able to break ground late summer or early fall Status of New Building Project Financial Update One-Time Pledge # Committed Promised Received Remaining

118 $298,825 $142,231 $156,594 Monthly Pledge # Committed Promised Received Over 552 $40,170

$97,121 $56,951 Future Communication Dr. Karen Otazo in her book The Truth about Being a Leader says there are three keys to effective communication: 1. 2. 3. Whats Happening Whats Coming Up How Were Doing

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