WHEN: October 9-10, 2020
WHERE: Indian Creek Christian Church
6430 S FRANKLIN RD, Indianapolis, IN 46259
HOW MUCH: $30 per person for meals
*Please make your own lodging & travel arrangements.
Lead Well is our by-invitation-only gathering of elders, leaders, & spouses of the churches who have partnered with e2. Because we had to postpone our first national conference (“The Huddle”), this fall retreat is designed to be a smaller scale gathering that will encourage and equip us to lead well where it is that the Spirit has called us. Like last fall, we urge church leaders and their spouses to join us to be further encouraged in their important ministry roles.
Lead Well Schedule and Info
- 8:30am; Doors Open for anyone traveling early who want to meet with anyone on the e2 team
- 8:30am-5:30pm; Open for appointments
- 5:30pm-6pm; Break to Prepare for Dinner and the Evening
- 6-7pm; Dinner Together – a Meat Lovers Menu (steak, ribs, chicken and more!)
- 7-9pm; Time to Worship Jesus Together
- Singing, Praying, Communion with your team
- Jeff Faull: The Leader’s Equilibrium: World-Class Leadership from the Psalms
- 8-9am; a huge Hoosier Breakfast Buffet!
- 9-10am; Round Table Conversations: time for you to meet other church leaders and discuss “real-time topics”
- good things happening in your church at present
- specific challenges you are facing
- what COVID and its effects have taught you so far
- how elder and staff teams can work together
- how elders’ wives participate in and support ministry
- 10-11:45am; Workshops in TWO Time Slots; 10-10:45 and 11-11:45
- 11:45-noon; Prayer and Sending
The six workshops listed below will be offered both at 10:00-10:45 and 11:00-11:45. Both time slots end at :45 to allow 15 minutes for moving between rooms, refreshments, etc.
The Power of Remembering: 1 Peter 1:12-13 // Paulette Stamper
Dealing with Difficult People // David Roadcup
Recruiting & Equipping Elders // Jim Estep
Elder & Staff Team Health // Jeff Faull
#DeaconStrong: Men & Women Serving the Church // Gary Johnson
Rapid Response Planning in Times of Crisis // Mark Houpt