Our annual Ministers Enrichment is a three-day conference designed just for NDMN ministers and spouses! It features great connections, fresh encouragement, and quality training. Every credentialed minister is encouraged to attend. Ministers Enrichment 2019 is Monday, November 11 through Wednesday, November 13 at the Sleep Inn and Suites in Minot and will feature Ruthie Oberg as our conference speaker.
*More detailed schedule to be released soon.
2019 Ministers Enrichment Schedule
// Monday, November 11
5:30 Network Sponsored Dinner
7:30 Evening Service
// Tuesday, November 12
9:30 Superintendent’s Hour
12:00 Women in Ministry Lunch with Ruthie Oberg
7:00 Evening Service
// Wednesday, November 13
For your convenience, a block of rooms has been set aside at the Sleep Inn and Suites. Reserve by October 11 and identity yourself with the "North Dakota District Council" to receive the discounted rate of $69.99 per night.
Sleep Inn and Suites
2400 10th Street SW
(701) 837-3100 or (701) 837-3101
//NETWORK SPONSORED DINNER
Our annual Network Sponsored Dinner is Monday, November 11 at 5:00pm. The dinner and evening service following will take place at Minot First Assembly of God. We warmly invite all credentialed ministers and their spouses to attend. This dinner is free of charge, but registration for all attendees is required. Reservations can be made through our website
*Dinner Registration will be available soon. Please make your reservation by November 1.
Ruthie Edgerly Oberg
Events Speaker and Administrative Coordinator, Flowers Pentecostal Heritage Center
Ruthie Edgerly Oberg was born and raised in the Houston, Texas metro area. Ruthie, a Central Bible College graduate and ordained Assemblies of God minister, is well-known for her work in the Women in Ministry Network. She is a fourth generation Pentecostal and fifth generation Preacher’s Kid with roots in both the Assemblies of God and the Pentecostal Church of God. Experiencing a call to ministry when she was 15, God immediately began opening doors for her in small churches in the Houston area. She was the first female to take the top award in the preaching category of the Oral Roberts University Educational Fellowship when she was just 17. Afterwards,she went on to serve in senior and associate pastoral roles for 25 years. In June 2016, Ruthie moved to Springfield began work at the Flowers Pentecostal Heritage Center. Her articles have appeared in the Pentecostal Evangel, Enrichment, Influence, and Assemblies of God Heritage, and she is a regular contributor to “This week in AG History” for AG News.
Ruthie and husband, Shawn, have been married since 1989. Shawn is also an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God and, together, they pastored in the Iowa District. The Obergs have three children and one granddaughter. In her spare time, Ruthie enjoys running an AirBnB and helping to catalog books for churches and schools in the States and abroad. She is an avid traveler and has visited 17 countries on missions trips or historical study tours, including recently helping to set up the remainder of the Central Bible College library at West Africa Advanced School of Theology in Lome, Togo.
“Ruthie Oberg is an inspiring communicator who brings our Christian heritage alive in today’s setting. She is an asset to the Assemblies of God and I highly recommend her ministry.” Doug Clay, General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God
“Ruthie Oberg, representing the Pentecostal Heritage Center, spoke to our pastors and spouses for three sessions at our annual Connection Conference January 29-30, 2019. She hit a home run with our Montana Ministry Network family. Several have invited her to speak in their local church. A month later I am still getting comments of how individuals were impacted by Ruthie’s ministry. Any church, Network, or District would be blessed by having Ruthie speak.” Alan Warneke, Superintendent of the Montana Ministry Network