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Saturday, May 20 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
School to Prison Pipeline: Where Are The Next Generation of Leaders?

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This workshop addresses the need for a new kind of leader. We often look for leaders that are seminary trained specifically to lead churches. In this already difficult terrain of faith-based leadership in churches and non-profit organizations, how do we identify a new kind of leader for a new kind of world? Could God be calling leaders to follow him from their fishing boats rather than the synagogues?

Speakers
avatar for John Evans

John Evans

Associate Pastor, World Impact
John Evans is founder of Paradigm Ventures Group. Since 1984, John has worked in healthcare management and business development. He has served in Christian ministry as a worship pastor and consultant. He also has experience in media development, production and marketing, having w... Read More →
avatar for Cedric Nelms

Cedric Nelms

Pastor, Chosen Generation Fellowship Church
Cedric Nelms was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA.  With over 18 years of ministry experience, Cedric has been the lead pastor in a church planted in Watts called Chosen Generation Fellowship Church. Additionally, he is an associate with World Impact and works with LA Voice and the Christian Community Development Association. Cedric is married to Karen and they have 5 beautiful... Read More →
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Peter Watts

World Impact LA City Director, World Impact Inc.
Pete Watts oversees World Impact's Mission for all of Los Angeles and its surrounding communities. Pete holds a Masters in Communication and Education. After serving as an elementary school teacher, he opened the Thurgood Marshall Entrepreneurial Academy Charter Middle School in 2007... Read More →


Saturday May 20, 2017 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Duke 125

Attendees (26)