Behind every healthy lead pastor is a healthy and effective Executive Assistant. Learn practical tips on how you can serve your pastor with excellence and keep your sanity in the fast-paced life of an Executive Assistant.
Worship begins with the heart and is often expressed through music. Leading yourself in worship is one thing though, while leading others is quite another task. Join some seasoned worship leaders as they teach you how to lead others into an encounter with God.
A dynamic children’s ministry is a great contributor to the health and success of the local church. Join Beth Cunningham as she discusses “Systems of a Successful Family Ministry;” “Parents: Your Most Important Audience;” and “Culture That Creates Amazing Teams.”
Have you ever had a God sized dream that just seems to be stuck in neutral or even going backwards at times? Discover how you can move forward with the dreams in your heart despite facing the challenges that life throws at you at times.
Honesty, initiative, passion… those are three of dozens of traits that every senior pastor wants in their staffers. But, have you ever asked yourself why? Join Chad, Dave and Chuck for the answer on the why behind the what.
This session offers life and leadership lessons learned from married couples who have experienced the ups and downs of life, ministry and life in ministry.
Healthy churches are led by healthy leaders. That statement begs the question: Are you healthy? In order to have the influence God desires for you to have, you must keep your personal life in order. The truth is, you can only impart to others what is true in your own life. If those who serve under your leadership become like you, is that a good thing or a bad thing? Do they also become like Jesus? We will explore these and other questions in this class.
Discover the process and practices behind ARC and how they continue to launch life giving churches all around the world.
The Bible reminds us about the importance of building our lives. This includes our relationships. Proverbs 14:1 [NLT] says, “A wise woman builds her home, but a foolish woman tears it down with her own hands.” The wisest thing we can do as women in leadership is be committed to building our lives and inspiring the women in our world to do the same. Many women isolate themselves in tough seasons, but when we share a common purpose, we find ourselves lifted out of personal pain. Pleasure isn’t the antidote for pain; purpose is. In this session we will talk about women in leadership squad goals and the importance of focusing collectively on what those goals are.