Over 170, 000 leaders in more than 300 cities across 92 countries will follow the Global Leadership Workshop to be hosted by Christ’s Church Rwanda (CCR) in Kigali, on October 24, 2013.
The audience will follow the two-day event by watching some of the recorded messages from a diverse group of speakers in 42 different languages.
This first of the kind summit will tackle topics such as high-powered leadership training based on mainstream business practices and Christian principles.
Steve Bell, executive vice president of Willow Creek Association, said, “We have a conviction that leaders want to keep getting better and thus we’re designing this to provide some vision, encouragement and skill development for someone who wants to be a better leader,” said Bell.
The training targets anyone leading in church, business, government, education, non-government organisations or in the home.
“This is the first year the summit will be held in Rwanda and we are honoured to be able to serve as the host site,” said Senior Pastor Brett Shreck, Christ’s Church Rwanda (CCR).
“As a church we have a vision to develop and inspire Christian leaders. We jumped at the opportunity to organise this event because it provided an affordable way to bring exceptional leadership training to Kigali.”
Willow Creek Association’s Global Leadership Summit has been an international event since 2005.
It started over 20 years ago with a mission to transform all Christian leaders around the world.
Global Leadership Summit will be held under the theme “Lead where you are.
Christ Church to host Global Leadership Summit in Rwanda