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Leader-led movements. Dr. Robert C. Varney. Connect passionate people with multiple opportunities to change their world. Where are these passionate people?. In the Workplace. Economy Education Family Government Arts, Entertainment and Sports Media Religion. 53% 17% 10% 9%

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Leader-led movements

Dr. Robert C. Varney


Connect passionate people with multiple opportunities to change their world

Connectpassionate people with multiple opportunities to change their world.


Where are these passionate people
Where are these passionate people?

In the Workplace

  • Economy

  • Education

  • Family

  • Government

  • Arts, Entertainment and Sports

  • Media

  • Religion

  • 53%

  • 17%

  • 10%

  • 9%

  • 4%

  • 2%

  • 1%


Llm mission
LLM Mission

Reach, equip and mobilize (awaken)

strategic leaders in all domains of society to be

effective, reproducing witnesses for Christ

intheir sphere of influence

and to provide a breadth of vital resources for the

fulfillment of their role in the kingdom of God.

Live in Jesus


Passionate people looking toward leader led movements
Passionate PeopleLooking toward Leader-Led Movements

  • Your work – God’s glory

    • The largest source of relationships

    • Imitate God in and through work

    • Organizations can reflect God’s glory



Passionate people looking toward leader led movements1
Passionate PeopleLooking toward Leader-Led Movements

  • Your work – God’s glory

    • The largest source of relationships

    • Imitate God in and through work

    • Organizations can reflect God’s glory

  • As God’s kingdom leaders

    • In all domains including the religion domain

    • Supported but not eclipsed by prayer

  • As God’s strategic catalysts

    • Not directly engaged in “doing”

    • “You can do it; we can help” [Home Depot]


Passionate people looking toward leader led movements2
Passionate PeopleLooking toward Leader-Led Movements

  • Your work – God’s glory

    • The largest source of relationships

    • Imitate God in and through work

    • Organizations can reflect God’s glory

  • As God’s kingdom leaders

    • In all domains including the religion domain

    • Supported but not eclipsed by prayer

  • As God’s strategic catalysts

    • Not directly engaged in “doing”

    • “You can do it; we can help” [Home Depot]

  • Seeing God as the Divine Conductor

    • No city-wide organization

    • Yet with intentional effort

    • And common purpose – shalom for the city


What is in the city
What is in the City?

How can we picture it?

How can we engage together?


Celtic knot different ways to enter

Blessing

Belong

Believe

Celtic KnotDifferent Ways to Enter


Entry points
Entry Points

  • Workplace

    • Body of Christ

      • Less than 3% called to vocational ministry

      • Over 97% work outside the religion domain

  • Critical Needs

    • Biblical perspective on cities

    • Needs of the city are needs of the Kingdom

  • Relational Capital

    • Clubs and affinity groups

    • Social networks

  • Emergency Action

    • Protection of the people


Foundation and entry points

Youth

College

Adults

Family

Foundation and Entry Points

Strategic catalysts

find kingdom leaders

who make the “ball” roll

Emergency Action

Critical Needs

Workplace

Seven

Domains

Relational Capital

Spiritual Foundation


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