Thursday, October 8, 2015
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
|Featuring||Art Barter, owner and cultural architect of Datron Communications, Inc. and founder/CEO of Servant Leadership Institute|
|Location||Bethel Seminary Chapel, 6116 Arosa Street, San Diego|
|Instructions for Guests||View map & directions to Bethel Seminary, 6116 Arosa Street, San Diego, CA 92115.|
|Cost||$15 (includes lunch, Art's presentation, and a copy of the book Farmer Able); free for all current Bethel Seminary faculty, staff, and students!|
|Registration||Register here by October 6 to help us plan for lunch and materials!|
|Sponsors||Hosted by Bethel Seminary's Work with Purpose initiative|
What does it mean to fulfill your purpose as you serve and lead in your church, home, community, and in the marketplace? Guest speaker Art Barter will address the following themes:
- Find the deeper definition of ministry wherever God places you.
- God has a higher calling for all of us: we are the church.
- The servant leadership advantage: Through a changed mindset, ministry will take on new meaning.
We invite pastors and other church leaders along with seminary students, staff, and faculty to join us. This is a great opportunity for church leaders and others to gain practical insight into the challenges of marketplace leadership that congregants face on a daily basis in an increasingly secularized world.
We also invite business, nonprofit, and community leaders to join us. Learn how you can further practice servant leadership in your workplace and find God's purpose in that place of calling.
In addition to lunch and Art's presentation, all attendees will receive a copy of Art's recent book, Farmer Able.
About Our Speaker
As the owner and cultural architect of Datron World Communications, Inc., Art Barter turned a $10 million company into a $200 million one in just six years. This success was born out of his desire to transform a traditional system of leadership into a servant-led organization. He has presented the servant leadership message to a variety of corporate, government, and nonprofit audiences throughout the U.S. Prior to joining Datron in 1997, he spent eight years working with the Disney Corporation and more than 25 years at manufacturing companies. He is the founder, CEO, and president of Servant Leadership Institute (SLI) in Carlsbad, California.