When we think leadership, we think big. Yet Louie Giglio’s challenge to ministry leaders in the church — both professional and volunteers — is to embrace our own smallness.
“We need to discover again that I am not, but I know I AM,” Louie says. “In order to remember the Sabbath, we need to take rest in the all sufficiency of God for our loves and ministries.”
Louie and Bo Boshers will help youth — and all — ministry leaders understand what it means to be The Little Leader when they host CCN’s live, interactive satellite broadcast on Saturday, September 20.
Leaders will be challenged as they are reminded of the real order of things. You will be reminded that God indeed is:
• Beyond our wildest comprehension!
“Somehow we easily forget that He is the originator of all things, vaulting ourselves into center of our world, thinking that we are greater than we are,” Louie says. “The result is a weary soul as we try to hold it all together, meeting the needs of those around us.”
Rediscover the joy that comes when we realize God’s greatness and discover that God’s desire is for us to become The Little Leader.
Who Should Attend This Seminar:
High school pastors
Middle school pastors
Any leader who could benefit from a reminder of God’s bigness!
Louie Giglio directs Choice Resources, a ministry designed to lead people to renewed passion for God and fresh encounters of worship. He is the founder of the Passion movement, a “gathering ministry” among college students throughout the world. As a part of the Passion network, Louie heads sixstepsrecords. Louie also speaks regularlly for 7:22, a weekly Bible study reaching and impacting single adults in the metro Atlanta area.
Bo Boshers, the executive director of Student Ministries for the Willow Creek Association, helps train, equip, and encourage students and student ministry leaders. He speaks at workshops and conferences throughout the world, and is the author of Student Ministry for the 21st Century, Doing Life with God, and Becoming a Contagious Christian: Student Edition
|Q&A and Closing Comments
(1) As with all live programming, all times are approximate and subject to change.
(2) There may be some Q&A after the break if time permits.