NEW Freed To Lead II Retreat - Leadership For The Long Haul - Express Your Interest

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1 July 2024 to 3 July 2024

Expression of interest for a brand new residential Leadership Retreat exclusively for those who have experienced Freed To Lead

 

What's this all about?

We are exploring a brand new Leadership Retreat designed as a follow-up to Freed To Lead, focussed on equipping us for leadership for the long-haul. We're excited about what we sense God is calling us to - but want to know from you, as someone who has experienced Freed To Lead, whether this is something you'd be interested in!

The retreat will build on the key themes of Freed To Lead, and include teaching sessions, Q&A, and times for retreat and reflection. Some of the key themes we'll explore include disarming disappointment, leading to health, and leading for the long haul - when it feels like you're hitting the wall. Our aim is that we would leave the retreat embracing Jesus' freedom at a deeper level, ready to lead from a place of rest in Him, equipped to lead for the long haul. 

Some practical points

  • This retreat is for those who have experienced Freed To Lead, whether through the course, a previous retreat, or the book. You are welcome to go through it before July and attend this Retreat if you wish.
  • This will be a 3-day retreat, running Monday 1st - Wednesday 3rd July 2024 at High Leigh Conference Centre in Hertfordshire.
  • The cost will be in the region of £400 per person.
  • It will be led by Rod Woods, author of Freed To Lead, and Rob Davies, Executive Director of Freedom In Christ UK.

Interested?

Click here to Register Your Interest

You are just expressing an interest at this point - you're under no obligation to book if we decide to go ahead.

Deadline for Expression of Interest is Friday 16th February - thank you!

 

Mon 1 July 2024 11:00   through   Wed 3 July 2024 17:00
High Leigh Conference Centre
Lord Street
Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 8SG
United Kingdom

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