Leadership begins and ends with example, and in between, it's all about communication. You'll learn how to sharpen your message and develop an effective communication plan so you can lead your congregation into a fresh understanding of the gospel, the church, and mission in these times of danger and opportunity.
How can we maximize every minute of our time gathered in public worship? How can we stimulate curiosity, eliminate boredom, intensify focus, clarify message and purpose, invite commitment, replace wasted moments with worthwhile moments, and enrich the worship experience?
The old evangelism was about avoiding hell, evacuating earth, and building a supremacist religion. The new evangelism is about recruiting spiritual activists to join God in the healing of the world. At this symposium, you'll learn how to repeal the old evangelism and replace it with something that is truly better and desperately needed in our world today.
Leadership is exciting. It's meaningful. It's worthwhile. But it can also be both hard and dangerous. Are you aware of the most pressing leadership dangers - and your unique vulnerabilities? Do you have a set of practices that assure you're monitoring the well-being of your soul? By the end of this symposium, you'll have a tool-kit that will help you "walk and not be weary, run and never faith."