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Fearless Leadership Seminar with Dr. Greg Mitchell

February 6, 2016 Speaker: Dr. Greg W. Mitchell Series: Stand Alone Teachings


Whether in the home, church, or marketplace, we all lead in some way. How do we increase our leadership capacity? While improving our behavior or skill set is helpful, it can miss the factor that determines the quality of our leadership: our hearts. This seminar examines the core issues that undermine our leadership, and explores how to lead in a way that is inspiring for others and life-giving for us.

  • Increase your ability to recognize the areas of fear and anxiety in your heart.
  • Discover some language to be able to identify and discuss matters of the heart.
  • Grow in becoming a “non-anxious presence.”


Dr. Greg W. Mitchell writes and teaches on theology, counseling, and leadership. He is a “pastor to pastors,” and his training materials are used around the world. He has pastored for over 25 years in Vancouver, Canada, and has received a Bachelor of Education, Diploma of Christian Counseling, Master of Christian Studies, and Doctor of Ministry. Greg and Debbie have been married for 30 years and have four of their own children, and six more added to their care in the last six years. When he’s not at home or work, you can find him on a mountain bike trail or in a gym playing floor hockey. His deepest passion is to see the good news of the gospel transform people’s relationships.


It is more and more apparent that we live in an anxiety-filled, fear-driven society.  We feel rushed, we avoid conflict, we can explode with those close and can be passive with those we aren’t close to.  We are afraid of offending, afraid of rejection, afraid of failure.  Our society is often driven by fear.  Our drive may lead to so-called “success” but our drive isn’t always healthy or peaceful.

We want church to be a community, a spiritual family where we learn to live by faith not fear.  We want to be a people who bring a non-anxious presence into times of turmoil, striving, and rushing.  We want to be bold yet humble.  Courageous and safe.  To move in this direction it won’t be behaviour modification but heart transformation.  We need to learn to analyze our heart. We need tools. We need language. We need teaching.

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