Leaders Who Last

We are honored to be hosting Leaders Who Last with Dave Kraft on Saturday, March 25th, 2017, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm at Encounter Christian Church in Bellflower, CA. We would love to invite the leaders and the future leaders of your church, school, ministry, and business. Registration is open. Links and details below. If you have any questions please email me at mike@encounterccb.org. God bless and I will see you in March!

"Jesus did not call, equip, and put you into a leadership role to have you start and then quit, plateau, or be disqualified. He called you to finish the race, and finish it well.” Dave Kraft

Fuller Seminary reports that only 30 percent of leaders finish well. Leaders, there is a race set before you. There is a goal to achieve, a course to follow, and discipline and focus will be required.

Based on Dave Kraft’s thirty-five years of leading, teaching leadership, and coaching Christian leaders, Leaders Who Last exhorts readers to keep Jesus at the center of their power, purpose, passion, priorities, and pace. Kraft offers practical instructions and warnings that will both inspire and challenge readers to live and lead in an influential way that will leave a lasting legacy in their churches.

Dave Kraft will equip you and your leaders to finish the race, and finish it well. Join us on Saturday, March 25th, 2017 at 8:00 am for Leaders Who Last.

March 25th, 2017 8:00AM – 3:00PM

$25 Registration (Includes Lunch)  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

We strongly recommend reading Dave’s book “Leaders Who Last” BEFORE the conference on March 25th.

CLICK HERE to purchase “LEADERS WHO LAST” by Dave Kraft

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