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Webinar: Resilience in a (Permanent) Crisis: Practices for Christian Leaders

July 2, 2020 • De Pree Journal

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This webinar was presented by Fuller’s De Pree Center and recorded on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 9:00AM (PSD) via Zoom. You can watch the YouTube recording now.

Webinar Description

As the pandemic and its implications drag on, it’s easy for us to feel dragged down. The demands of leadership in this season can feel overwhelming and exhausting. How can we maintain the strength and wisdom to lead? And how can we use the unique challenges we face, not simply to keep our organizations afloat, but to lead them into new experiences of adaptive change? In this webinar, Tod Bolsinger and Mark Roberts will examine practices that will enable us to be resilient leaders in a time of great challenges and great opportunities.

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Resources Mentioned in Webinar with Tod Bolsinger

About Our Speakers

Tod Bolsinger joined Fuller Seminary in 2014 as vice president for vocation and formation and he now serves as vice president and chief of leadership formation and associate professor of leadership formation. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA) in 1993, Dr. Bolsinger served as senior pastor of San Clemente Presbyterian Church from 1997 to 2014. Prior to that he was associate pastor of discipleship and spiritual formation at First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. To view more of Tod’s work, visit depree.org/uncharted.

Mark D. Roberts is the executive director of Fuller’s De Pree Center and the primary writer of the Life for Leaders daily devotions. His most recent book is a commentary on the New Testament letter to the Ephesians (Zondervan, 2016). Mark and his wife Linda, an executive coach and spiritual director, have two adult children and one lively Golden Retriever.

2 thoughts on “Webinar: Resilience in a (Permanent) Crisis: Practices for Christian Leaders

  1. Gordon Hunt says:

    Will there be an on-demand recording for this webinar? It is so good and there was so much presented that I’d love to be able to refer to it again and again as well as share it with my friends.

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