Generation Z, those born since 2001, have grown up in a world unlike anything we’ve experienced before. Smart phones, social media, mass shootings, rising anxiety levels, recessions, and even a pandemic have all shaped their reality beginning in their earliest years. So, who exactly is this generation and how do you lead a people that have lived through this much? Using timely advice from Generation Z Unfiltered, the latest book from Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak, Tim will provide insight into this emerging generation and provide practical tips on how to lead them well.
Recorded webinar will be emailed to registrants after live event. Register to receive the recorded link.
As head of faith-based partnerships at Facebook and with a background in ministry, Nona Jones provides a unique point of view on the age of digital discipleship. Inspired by her book From Social Media to Social Ministry, this webinar will provide practical steps to take your church’s ministry and discipleship into the digital age.
Jesus always struck a balance between truth and love. But for Christians today, finding that balance can be difficult. How do we speak truth in love in today’s world and lead others to do the same? In this webinar, John Stonestreet, author and president of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, defines truth and love while providing practical ways we can become people who speak and lead with truth and love.
What does it look like to lead like Jesus during this uncharted cultural moment? The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on our world like nothing before. As we’re in the midst of an unprecedented crisis, church leaders are asking many questions: How should we as Christian leaders be thinking about this pandemic? How can we lead our people well during this time? How can churches come together as the body of Christ in local communities? What can we be doing now to position our communities for recovery?
Hear from a panel of ministry leaders as they discuss these questions and the lasting impact COVID-19 could have on our world, our relationships, and the church.
Mental health is a growing concern, even among Christians. Consider these statistics: Nearly 50% of pastors say they rarely or never speak on the topic of mental health in their church, and 23% of pastors admit to having struggled with a mental illness.*
In this webinar, Dr. Cloud addresses key issues related to mental health and the church. If you want to equip yourself and other people in your church to be proactive and helpful towards those with mental health issues, register to watch the webinar below.
Gather your friends and join Beth and Jennie for a free one-hour conversation about:
• What to do if you’re walking through a dark night of the soul.
• How to persevere in your faith.
• Why it’s critical to read the Bible.
• How to believe what God says over what you feel.
• What it means to live a life of joy with Jesus.
How can you prepare for and navigate through change, keeping your team morale and company culture intact? Jon Acuff recognizes this is a top concern of business leaders, so in this webinar, he explores this topic and how leaders and their teams can prepare ahead of time to successfully get through the inevitable. He’ll share personal experiences and practical advice that leaders can apply within their organizations.
Love is the most transforming power in the universe, and it calls us to have courage. It takes courage to call out injustice, and it calls us a step further to love those perpetuating the injustice. Courageous love is an invitation to love as Jesus loved.
As Christians, racial reconciliation and inclusion are not side issues; they’re a natural outworking of the Gospel. America is looking to a unified church that will bridge racial divides in a time that seems impossible to do so. Chuck Mingo, founder and CEO of UNDIVIDED and teaching pastor at Crossroads Church, will share ways the church is called to participate in the work of racial solidarity and healing.