PASTOR’S GREAT LEAP FAQs

Who is suitable to participate in Great Leap?

 

Pastors, church leaders and itinerate speakers who are willing to be vulnerable and are ready to delve deeper into their God-given calling within a group of like-minded Christian leaders and peers, in order to re-energise and recalibrate themselves for their next season of ministry.

 

What does the program entail?

 

Great Leap creates the space needed for you to take time out to focus on how you have been uniquely created, gifted and shaped to “do good works which God prepared in advance for us to do” (Eph. 2:10). This intensive draws on the Halftime concepts, key influencers and decades of study and best practice. We will provide the guidance for you to discover or review your mission statement, develop a personal plan for additional spiritual growth, and map out a clear action plan for your second half of life and ministry.

At the end of the program what will I walk away with?

You will leave the intensive with fresh revelation and the tools to help you clarify your vision for your future ministry. You will have the steps needed to make that vision a reality and you will have begun the journey into a new and exciting season of your life.

How many participants will be part of the program?

To provide an individualised and more comfortable environment we limit the program to no more than 20 people in attendance.

What should I do to prepare for the intensive?
We encourage you to read the book Halftime (by Bob Buford) and complete a CliftonStrengths assessment (by Tom Rath) (we will supply these resources once you’ve paid your deposit). In addition, simply prepare your heart and mind to be open to new possibilities and God’s prompting as you build a lasting legacy in your ‘second half’.

What is the format of this program?

Great Leap combines teaching and facilitation by accredited Halftime coaches along with group interaction and fast-paced, active participation. The program also includes a 30-minute Skype coaching session one month after the event.

Should I be concerned about confidentiality?

For the protection of the participants, all delegates are required to sign a confidentiality agreement and maintain a high level of confidentiality with all information and conversations shared.