Registration is open for the More Church Leaders | Stronger Church Leaders Conference and live stream. Hosted by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary, the event will help churches leverage leadership potential within their congregations.
More Church Leaders | Stronger Church Leaders is Saturday, November 4, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. eastern time. Conference attendees may participate in person at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC, or via live stream from their own computer or mobile device across the globe. The event is ecumenical and designed for both laity and clergy.
At More Church Leaders | Stronger Church Leaders, attendees will learn strategies to identify and support new leaders and build and maintain effective ministry teams. Clergy and lay leaders, in churches both large and small, will discover a more synergistic and fruitful way of being in ministry together.
Topics include: Finding the Leaders Your Church Needs to Thrive; Simple Strategies for Raising Up New Leaders; Benefits of the Team Approach to Ministry Leadership; How to Lead a Team Effectively; and Harnessing the Power of Synergy.
More Church Leaders | Stronger Church Leaders is presented by Rev. Dr. F. Douglas Powe, Jr., Dr. Ann A. Michel, and Rev. Stephanie Remington. Dr. Powe is director of the Lewis Center and holds the James C. Logan Chair in Evangelism (an E. Stanley Jones Professorship) at Wesley Theological Seminary. Dr. Michel is associate director of the Lewis Center and teaches in the areas of stewardship and leadership. Rev. Remington is research manager of the Lewis Center and has a rich history of developing leaders for community outreach ministries.
Additional conference and live stream information and registration are available at http://www.churchleadership.com/register.
The Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary is a resource for clergy, lay, and denominational leaders. Through resources, research, and teaching, the Center supports visionary spiritual leaders in addressing issues crucial to the church’s faithful and fruitful witness.