February 16, 2022 • Church Leadership Institute, Third Third Journal, Webinar
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This webinar was sponsored by Fuller’s De Pree Center and was recorded on Wednesday, March 2, 2022 at 10AM (PT) via Zoom. You can watch the YouTube recording now.
What if nostalgia could be leveraged to bring strength, unity, and change to your local church? In collaboration with the Church Leadership Institute, the Fuller De Pree Center is offering a free webinar on March 2 to explore how pastors and church leaders can encourage healthy and helpful nostalgia to inspire and grow. This webinar will include an interview with Dr. Mark Roberts, Q&A with Dr. Tod Bolsinger, and a special offer from the De Pree Center’s “Third Third” initiative. Sign up today!
About Our Speakers
Mark Roberts is a Senior Strategist for Fuller’s Max De Pree Center for Leadership, where he focuses on the spiritual development and thriving of leaders. He is the principal writer of the daily devotional, Life for Leaders, and the founder of the De Pree Center’s Flourishing in the Third Third of Life Initiative. Previously, Mark was the Executive Director of the De Pree Center, the lead pastor of a church in Southern California, and the Senior Director of Laity Lodge in Texas. He has written eight books, dozens of articles, and over 2,500 devotions that help people discover the difference God makes in their daily life and leadership. With a Ph.D. in New Testament from Harvard, Mark teaches at Fuller Seminary, most recently in his D.Min. cohort on “Faith, Work, Economics, and Vocation.” Mark is married to Linda, a marriage and family counselor, spiritual director, and executive coach. Their two grown children are educators on the high school and college level.
Tod Bolsinger has authored four books, the Christianity Today Award of Merit winner, It Takes a Church to Raise a Christian: How the Community of God Transforms Lives (Brazos, 2004), Show Time: Living Down Hypocrisy by Living Out the Faith (Baker, 2005), the Outreach Magazine Resource of the Year in Pastoral Leadership, Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory (IVP Books, 2015) and his newest, Tempered Resilience: How Leaders Are Formed in the Crucible of Change (IVP Books, 2020). Bolsinger has also written a chapter about building community in a virtual world in the book The New Media Frontier: Blogging, Vlogging, and Podcasting for Christ (Crossway, 2008) and contributes essays and articles to journals in the areas of leadership, spiritual formation, leadership formation, and innovation.