In three weeks, there is a great training opportunity for church leaders across the Southeast taking place at the PLNTD Nashville Conference. On Nov. 2-3, Ed Stetzer and Trevin Wax will be leading a weekend focused on cultivating gospel-driven leadership in the local church. There is no shortage of leadership books and resources today, and the same is becoming true for gospel-centered theology. However, the connection between gospel-driven theology and church leadership is relatively new, and this conference hopes to forward the conversation by focusing on how the gospel shapes the leader as well as drives his philosophy of leadership in the context of a local church.
Whether you are pastor, teacher, disciple maker, small group leader, seminary/college student, or church planter, this training event will assist you in one of the most important aspects of Great Commission advance – raising up and training gospel-driven leaders. Along with main sessions, there will be breakout sessions, Q&A discussions, and free resources given to everyone who attends. Church leaders seeking to take the gospel and mission of the church seriously will be instructed and encouraged to raise up and send out leaders to reach our communities of Christ.