Leading with a Kingdom Mindset

Featuring guest speaker, Dr. Bob Roberts


Saturday, October 10
9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

PV Room 317-319


As a leader, have you ever wondered what part your leadership plays in Jesus’ Kingdom?  Or, what does it actually look like to lead with a Kingdom mindset?

Join other key leaders from Pleasant Valley for a special training with Dr. Bob Roberts, as he inspires us to continue growing as Kingdom Minded leaders.  Beginning with a deeper understanding of what the Kingdom is, Dr. Roberts will use practical insights and examples to help us begin developing a framework for Kingdom living and leadership, right where we are.

  • Continental breakfast will be served.
  • Childcare reimbursement vouchers are available upon request, if needed
  • Please register by October 6

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Who’s Dr. Bob Roberts?

Dr. Bob Roberts Jr. is the founder of Glocal Ventures and is the founding pastor of the 2500+ NorthWood Church near Dallas/Fort Worth, TX. NorthWood has started over 173 churches in the US and is a center for training new pastors.

He is a leading practitioner and writer on “glocal” transformation of individuals, religious communities, non-governmental organizations, cities and global engagement. His expertise has resulted in his being called upon by a global audience, including the United Nations and various State Departments around the world to assist with humanitarian and reconciliation projects. He works with various religions and religious leaders for greater understanding and to participate and assist with engagement projects.

Bob is a graduate of Baylor University (BA), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div), and Fuller Seminary (D.Min). Bob is married to Niki, his wife of 30+ years, and they have two children, Ben and Jill.

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