Just Lead - Leadership Conference

On Saturday, March 2nd, 2013, come be a part of HIU’s first "Just Lead" one-day conference for ministers, church staff, elders/deacons, and volunteers. This conference allows everyone to come together to learn how to be a strong, cohesive unit to lead their church into the future.

Three Main Sessions... Three Great Speakers

Dr. Gary Johnson
Dr. Gary Johnson
Indianapolis, IN
Dr. David Roadcup
Dr. David Roadcup
Cincinnati, OH
Dr. James Estep
Dr. James Estep
Cincinnati, OH

Learn from these three men who have decades of experience in the good, bad, and ugly that can happen to a team. Hear about...

Leading through Confusion - This session explores the ignorance of current culture, apathy, complacency, etc. on the part of elders/church members. The problems addressed in this session will be further developed in the next session.

Leading through Conformity - This session explains the problem of using old methods and non-biblical models for leading the church, as well as having a lack of self-leadership, etc. Elders who follow old models, etc., will create an environment filled with conflict, which is addressed in the next session.

Leading through Conflict - This session identifies the causes and cures for conflict among the elders, with the staff and within the congregation.

PLUS Round table discussions on various topics.

Registration Fee* :

  • $35 per person until Feb. 20th
    - One Free with each four registered from the your church by the 20th (5 for the price of 4)
  • $40 per person from Feb. 20th to March 1st
    - online registration closes at 3:30 p.m. on March 1st
  • $45 per person at the door

*Lunch is included


  • Registration opens at 8:15 a.m.
  • Conference opens at 9:00 a.m.
  • Conference conludes at 2:30 p.m.

**Make a Leadership Retreat from this event...we're ending in time for you and your team to head to a local hotel and personalize the discussion.

Online registration is now closed. However, you may
still register at the eventbetween 8:15 a.m.- 9 a.m.

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