Fill this out to set up an Interview: If you fit the criteria (senior pastor – 45 years old or younger and your church's weekend worship attendance is 800 or over) for the Next Generation Pastors' Leadership Community. We would love to talk to you!
Life Stages Leadership Community Historically, Leadership Network has consistently sought out thought leaders who blaze the trail for new approaches to ministry. Innovative leadership is one of the elements essential to the health, growth and multiplication of faith communities in North America and the globe.
Life Stages Leadership Community groups are unique among our Leadership Community offerings. Each Life Stage Community group consists of a relational peer network of senior pastors who share similar ministry challenges and who desire connections to others serving in similar ministry career stages.
NG : Contact Us
Linda Stanley Project Director
(940) 483-1787 office
Cindi Haworth Leadership Community Coordinator
(214) 754-9714 office
We are starting to talk to pastors about Group 9! The first meeting will be February 24-26, 2014. If you are a senior pastor 45 or younger and you are pastoring a church of 800 or more, we would love to talk to you!
On Monday, Group 6 will have it's third meeting. We will be at Christ's Church of the Valley in Peoria, AZ. We will have four mentor pastors: Mel Lawrenz, Elmbrook Church; Larry Osborne, North Coast Church; Don Wilson, Christ's Church of the Valley; and Michael Fletcher, Manna Church. You can read more about them here: Download NG G6M3 Mentor Pastor Sheet.
Leadership Network Since 1984, Leadership Network has fostered church innovation and growth through strategies, programs, tools and resources that are consistent with our far-reaching mission: to identify, connect and help high-capacity Christian leaders multiply their impact.
It is our hope that our investment in high capacity, innovative leaders will result in the distribution of information and ideas to others. Many of the churches participating in our Leadership Communities will become teachers themselves, sharing what they have learned to a broader and larger audience.