Global leadership in community final day

It’s too early to properly reflect on this week’s conversations. We have covered a lot on the subject of leadership in community, and really have only just scratched the surface. There are more discussions to have and further to go, but we’ve started.

Below are just a couple of quotes and the questions from today. I’ll follow up with some proper reflections at some point over the weekend.

Integration of discussion

Our prayer time together was a living expression of what it means to be leaders in community. We belong to one another because we are the body of Christ.

We have discussed multiple, complex concepts – leadership, the mission of God, community. These aren’t easy topics.

Questions

Who are the communities that I interact with as a leader?
What insights did I gain from our conversations this week that either confirms or challenges my understanding of myself as a leader, or myself as a leader-in-community?
Considering the previous question, what are the most important two or three things I would need to, or wish to change in my approach to leadership?
What will I need to do to make this change?
How do we expand this conversation within and beyond the Alliance – deeper and broader?
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