Goal: Comprehensive leadership development based on biblical principles and practical application.
The Intentional Leader Series will resource Pastors with the tools and information needed to flourish as a leader. Training events will be centered around the 4 P’s of Leadership: Person, Pastor, Preacher, and Pathfinder.
The Intentional Leader Series provides an ongoing process to be challenged as a leader. In July of 2022, the office of LeaderCare kicked off Intentional Leader by giving an overview. You can view the initial kickoff by going to: https://vimeo.com/734363697. Each of the 4 P’s will have its own stand-alone conference. Below you will see the general idea of a Person, Pastor, Preacher, and Pathfinder.
Person: Who you are is at the heart of what you do. As a pastor or church leader, you are a Christian. Your first priority is relating to God well. Intentionally pertaining to God and others and growing in an emotionally healthy way is vital to overall leadership. Self-awareness is one of the keys to relating to others. Knowing who you are in Christ…
Pastor: Intentionally shepherding the sheep assigned to you. Relationship building is a major part of pastoring well. Your people will know if you genuinely care for them.
Preacher: Preaching with intentionality, with a goal as to where God wants to take His church.
Pathfinder: Strategically leading with intentionality.
Preacher – July 27, 2023, with Ken Allen and guest speaker, Hershael York.
Practical Preaching on Purpose: Keys to More Effective Preaching
Hershael York has served dean of Southern Seminary’s School of Theology since 2018, and Professor of Christian Preaching since 1999. Since coming to Southern in 1997, York has authored two books on speaking and preaching and has written dozens of articles in journals and online publications. His preaching has been featured in Preaching Today as among the best in North America. He currently serves as the senior pastor of Buck Run Baptist Church in Frankfort, Kentucky, where he has led the 200-year-old church in growth that necessitated relocation to a 100-acre campus and new facilities.
The cost of registration is $8.00. Lunch will be provided.