Strong Leaders, Godly Leaders
A one-day seminar w/ Karl Mueller of DAIntl.org will transform the way you lead to impact your community.
Saturday, October 15, 2016
$25 per-person / $35 married couple
1945 S Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Korean PC of Utah Presbyterian Church
8:30 am-3:30 pm
The seminar is highly interactive, using questions, small groups, discussions, case studies and other tools to enable us to learn together. In each session we will ask a series of questions that will lead us to discover Biblical truths about our leadership.
Session 1 – Worldview, Culture and Leadership
What is Leadership?
What are the most important priorities of a leader?
How have our cultures shaped our answers to these two questions?
What is at the root of our understanding of leadership?
What does the Scripture – especially the New Testament say about leadership?
What are the similarities and differences between our cultural perspectives on leadership and Scriptural perspectives?
Session 2 – The Heart of Leadership
What is at the heart of leadership?
Is there a difference between influence and power?
How does a leader’s influence and power grow?
How does service look like in leadership?
Session 3 – The Multiplication of Leadership
Multiplication is the purpose of leadership
What do the Scriptures say about selecting leaders?
How can we lead through service?
How do we select the right leaders?
How do we mentor those God has called us to serve?
Session 4 – Next Steps
What have you learned?
What has God spoken to you about?
What about your leadership has been affirmed?
How will you lead differently because of today?
Karl Mueller is a Senior Consultant with DAI. His 35 years of ministry have taken him to 40 nations. Karl’s experience includes YWAM leadership, a Missions and Justice Pastor in two mega-churches, an NGO leader , and a Bible College President. Karl holds degree in Missiology that focused on leadership, and has facilitated leadership courses, workshops and seminars in North America and India.
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. African Proverb