LEAD 2020 TALKS
Learn how the church is uniquely qualified to offer gifts of the uniqueness of God, the co-mingling of the holy and the ordinary, and how we can stop hoarding it for ourselves.
The real work of ministry is hard. It’s beautiful. It’s complicated.
When was the last time, “What do you want to be?” was a fun, exciting question?
Fire reminds us of the fierce urgency of the moment, and of the importance of working together for a common mission.
In her talk, she shares how God still calls and equips us to be courageous leaders, even when the church isn’t quite ready to embrace it.
At General Conference 2019, a new baby was born. Giving birth isn’t much fun until the baby arrives – the new baby is here.
Kacie Hopkins, co-founder of Wilderflower Enterprises, takes the LEAD stage to share about the power of art as healing.
Meredith Dodd takes to the Lead stage to encourage us to be creative and brave because the way we structure our ministry reveals what we believe about God’s heart.
Ismael Ruiz-Millan takes to the LEAD stage offering a biblical and theological approach to Cultural Humility principles.
Liberating Churches are an emergent pathway for following Jesus in a way that is actively seeking freedom from white supremacy and empire.
The lack of proper infrastructure is the unglamorous, unsexy, and absolutely essential thing that is killing many of our congregations.
In a culture of nonstop growth, churches have a unique role in creating small groups that allow for vulnerability and storytelling.
Jenny Smith takes to the LEAD stage to share her “Palms Up” philosophy and practice inspired by Dr. Elaine Health and Bob Goff.