Resilient Church Leadership
In addition to our webinars, Resilient Church Leadership offers guided virtual retreats that we invite you to walk through with us. While they center around a theme, these retreats are designed for any time.
In this special edition of Backstage, Eddie Copeland will host Mindy Caliguire as she leads us through several exercises and tools designed to help us reflect and process the year we’ve had, while we prepare for whatever may lie ahead.
Year-End Reflection: Exercises to Reflect on 2020
Leaning into the Unknown: A Guided Virtual Leadership to Start 2021
December 10, 2020— What a year it’s been! We are so glad that you’ve made us at Resilient Church Leadership a small part of that. We hope and pray that you’ve been encouraged and inspired by us over the last few months.
This week on Backstage, we’ll be slowing down and taking a moment to remember some of the lessons we’ve learned this year, and some of our favorite moments from the show. If you’ve only started following us recently, or you’ve been here since the beginning, we hope you’ll be part of this special edition of Backstage.We’ll be joined by Eddie Copeland, Jimmy Dodd, Dr, Margaret Diddams, Mindy Caliguire, Dr. Eric Brown and Lance Witt.
What Have We Learned?
Reflection Guide Resources
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