Thinking outside the box can be a scary concept for many. But thatís nothing compared to thinking beyond the box!
Yet thatís exactly what is required of church leaders in todayís rapidly changing world, according to consultant and author Bill Easum, and pastor and church-planting expert Bob Roberts. They say itís not enough to see around the box or through the box ó or even outside the box. The key is looking beyond it.
This hands-on training will highlight five areas where itís important for church leaders to look beyond the box:
" Beyond Personal Leadership: The Shift to Teams
" Beyond One Team: A Culture of Equipping
" Beyond My Church: The Kingdom Community
" Beyond One Location: The Untethered Church
" Beyond Church Planting: The Beginnings of a Multiplication Movement
This live, interactive training seminar is designed for church leaders who want to bring innovation and imagination into their ministries ó by moving beyond the box!
Who Should Attend This Seminar:
" Senior pastors
" Associate pastors
" Youth pastors
" Ministry leaders
" Lay leaders
" Small group leaders
Bill Easum is the president of Easum, Bandy & Associates, Inc. a consulting firm that coaches church leaders. Bill has consulted with more than 600 churches from numerous denominations. He is the popular author of a number of books, including his latest, Beyond the Box, with co-author Dave Travis. His other books include Church Growth Handbook, Dancing With Dinosaurs, Sacred Cows Make Gourmet Burgers, and Leadership On The Other Side.
Bob Roberts is the founding pastor of NorthWood Church, which has grown to more than 2,200 members since 1985 and has planted more than 50 congregations in the U.S. A frequent church-planting teacher, Bob is currently working in Australia, Asia, Afghanistan, Mexico, and Nepal helping with church planting and nation-building projects. He has worked extensively with the North American Mission Board in identifying new places to start churches and in training church planters.
|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.