August 28, 2014
Woodlake Church, Tulsa
10AM - 3PM
Join us August 28, for our first roundtable of the Century Leadership Experience Year! We will be joined by Author, Scholar and Speaker Leonard Sweet.
Leonard Sweet is a scholar of USAmerican culture; a semiotician who "sees things the rest of us do not see, and dreams possibilities that are beyond most of our imagining;" and a preacher and best-selling author who communicates the gospel with a signature bridging of the worlds of faith, academe, and popular culture. Len is a popular and highly sought-after speaker throughout North America and around the world. In the past couple of years he has spoken in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, England, Wales, South Africa, South Korea, Iceland, Scotland, and most recently, China, Indonesia, and Latvia.
Author of more than 200 hundred articles, 1300+ published sermons, and more than fifty books, Leonard Sweet’s publications include the best sellers Soul Tsunami, Aqua Church, Jesus Manifesto (with Frank Viola), and Jesus: A Theography (with Frank Viola), as well as many other volumes that are revolutionizing the church’s mission.
Currently the E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism at Drew University, Madison, NJ and a Visiting Distinguished Professor at George Fox University, Portland, Oregon, Len was Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Theological School at Drew University from 1995 to 2001. Previous to Drew, Len served for eleven years as President and Professor of Church History at United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio and is currently their President Emeritus. He also serves as a consultant to many of America's denominational leaders and agencies.
If you have not registered for the upcoming Century Leadership Experience, you can do so for only $400! This membership includes four roundtables with high-caliber leadership speakers, Coaching, Mentoring and additional resources!
If you would like to join the Century Leadership Experience, Register Here!
Registration closes on August 28, 2014, so don't delay!