A conversation with Joel Becker, who is currently serving as the Program Specialist, with a significant role shepherding The Launch Initiative (TLI) gap year, and Leadership in Disabilities (LID) internship programs at Arrowhead Camp, a long-time frontline ministry partner of Eleven:6. Joel’s story is a powerful example of how an intentional and strategic approach to stewarding God-designed potential and purpose accelerates and amplifies the process.
The Church needs a new generation of leaders trained for the needs of today and tomorrow. Bible schools, Christian universities, and seminaries have long been the go-to destinations for future Christian leaders. But many local churches and ministries have begun reclaiming their unique role in the leadership training process. Traditional schools still provide a helpful service to the church, but your ministry can fill a gap that schools were never designed to meet. Different Roles in the Same Process For someone to become a fully realized leader, they need a lot more than can be found in a classroom. To … Read more