The Crucible: A Morning for leaders in Dublin

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A morning for leaders, with leaders.

Following several previous events over the past 18 months, including one in Edenmore Golf Club, the next ‘crucible’ conference for leaders is planned for Dublin on May 8, 2018, beginning at 10.30 am and running until 1.30 pm.

The conference will be hosted by the Irish Bible Institute and will include tea/coffee on arrival, and a light lunch.

The morning will explore the question of how Christian leaders are shaped by various people, events  and experiences they encounter in the course of their leadership journey.

Dr Alan Wilson (whose doctoral research explored this subject) will interview three experienced Christian leaders:

  • Roz Stirling director of Cleopas, a ministry dedicated to helping people – not least leaders – to cultivate their relationship with God;
  • Bishop Ken (Fanta) Clarke, mission director for SAMS (UK and Ireland) and formerly Church of Ireland Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh;
  • Dr Trevor Morrow, Minister Emeritus of Lucan Presbyterian Church and former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.

You can expect to be encouraged, as you listen to stories of God at work in leaders’ lives, and challenged as to your own leadership and relationship with God.

Among comments from previous attendees …

‘… incredibly moving, humbling and thought-provoking … a significant marker in my own journey’

‘good for my soul’

Please use the contact form if you would like to have more information about the event.

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