There is no doubt that we are living in increasingly dark times. The earth is in a state of crisis and the increase of darkness is easily detectable in the many leadership collapses, political upheavals, economic and natural disasters and general moral decay in society. The world’s leaders are without answers but it is in this context that the leaders of God’s people are expected to build strong prevailing church communities.
Congress WBN has been hosting special Leadership Development seminars in different parts of the world. These seminars are designed to provide church leaders and their leadership teams with a more complete understanding of the spiritual architecture and biblical patterns for successful church building and leadership.
Steve Aleong, Regional Coordination for Trinidad and Tobago in Congress WBN, will be hosting a Leadership Development Seminar in Tobago on November 18, 2017. A special invitation is extended to you and your leadership team to attend.
This Leadership Development Seminar is an expression of C-WBN’s love for the Body of Christ and our deep desire to see all leaders fully equipped to build powerful spiritual communities capable of expressing and representing the purpose and power of the Lord in the tumult of the present age.
Date: Saturday, November 18, 2017
Meeting Times: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Venue: Praise Centre Resource Facility, Bamboo Road, Hampden, Lowlands, Tobago
For further information please contact: 868 718 2132
ABOUT CONGRESS WBN
Congress WBN is a global, faith-based organisation committed to implementing God's purpose. With primary bases in Trinidad and Tobago and London, UK, Congress WBN’s diverse global operations are based on values such as integrity, humility, leadership through servant -hood, excellence and achievement through sacrifice. Membership spans global networks of professional groups, educational institutions, businesses, churches, individual national leaders and university students. Its activities span a range of values-based national and human development initiatives in over 100 nations.