Catalyst Atlanta Leadership Conference 2019 Recap

It’s hard to believe it’s been a week since the Catalyst Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia happened. This year was the 20th anniversary of the event and it did not disappoint.

If you followed along on my website, you saw me live-blog many of the sessions from the leadership conference. There was plenty of great wisdom dropped. There were also a few sessions I did not share from. During these, I took personal notes so I could reflect on those sessions.

Today, I want to recap the conference and remind you of what happened.

The Best Of Catalyst Atlanta Leadership Conference 2019

There were so many great speakers at Catalyst Atlanta this year it would be a shame to not have a recap of the event. My favorite speakers for the event had to be Horst Schulze and Earl McClellan. The MexiRican Bianca Juarez Olthoff comes in a close third. These speakers gave it their all and delivered a powerful experience.

Live-Blogging From Catalyst Atlanta 2019

This year’s Catalyst Conference marks the 20th anniversary for one of the best Christian leadership conferences. In previous years, I’ve live-blogged Catalyst Atlanta as a part of the conference.

This year will be different. I am not live-blogging the event as an official part of Catalyst. I will be live-blogging the event in an unofficial capacity. This doesn’t change the great content that I will be sharing or the amazing speaker line-up you will be able to read about.

I’m in awe of the Catalyst 2019 speaker line-up. They’ve brought in some heavy hitters. You won’t be disappointed with the content these speakers share.

Catalyst Atlanta 2019 Speaker Line-Up

You will know many of the speakers that are going to be sharing at Catalyst Atlanta 2019. The list of speakers is:

What Kind Of A Leader Do You Want To Be? – Live Blogging Catalyst West 2018 Danielle Strickland

Live Blogging From Catalyst West 2018

Today, I’m live-blogging from the Catalyst West conference in Irvine, California. Throughout today and tomorrow, I will be sharing leadership insights from the best and the brightest in the church and business world.

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Danielle Strickland loves Jesus and loves people. She is the author of 5 books. And she is also an Officer at the Salvation Army.

In the movie Hercules, one of Hercules’ men covered a bloody wound and told him to never, ever let them see you bleed.

Yet look at the most courageous, valiant man ever: Jesus. He hung on a cross and let the world see the Him bleed. He left the splendor of Heaven to come to earth.

Jesus was the anti-Hercules. The Hercules myth is the anti-Jesus. Jesus is the definition of courage.

We spend our lives trying to avoid our own humanity. We pick up swords and pretend to be great.

Three Ways To Demonstrate Courage – Live Blogging Catalyst West With Patrick Lencioni

Live Blogging From Catalyst West 2018

Today, I’m live-blogging from the Catalyst West conference in Irvine, California. Throughout today and tomorrow, I will be sharing leadership insights from the best and the brightest in the church and business world.

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Patrick Lencioni is the founder and president of The Table Group. This firm is dedicated to providing organizations with ideas, products, and services that improve teamwork, clarity, and employee engagement. Lencioni is also the author of The Advantage.

Jesus wasn’t just spiritual. He was fully God and fully man. He suffered profusely for us and He didn’t have to.

The suffering Jesus went through was so profound so I decided I had to start my talk with the ending (Sorry, I’m not going to spoil it for you just yet).

Suffering is part of our lives. It is redemptive. This doesn’t mean you want to suffer.

Stop Waiting – Bishop W.C. Martin Live Blogging Catalyst West

Live Blogging At Catalyst West 2018

Today, I’m live-blogging from the Catalyst West conference in Irvine, California. Throughout today and tomorrow, I will be sharing leadership insights from the best and the brightest in the church and business world.

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Bishop W.C. Martin is an adoption advocate and pastor fo Bennett Chapel Baptist Church. He’s also the author Small Town, Big Miracle.

Clay Scroggins had the opportunity to interview W.C. Martin.

C) Where are you from?

W) I’m from Possum Trot, TX. The one on the other side of Coonville.

C) How long have you been there?

W) I’ve been pastoring there for about 30 years.

C) Give us two or three interesting things about Possum Trot?

W) We have no McDonalds. But we have possums, raccoons, and more.

C) What is the name of your church?

W) Bennet Chapel Church.