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What is LEAD?

LEAD is a life-transforming week for high school students. It develops confidence, leadership, and biblical worldview through authentic leadership simulations in government and media fields.

In short, it inspires teens to become the next generation of Christ-like leaders!

What does LEAD stand for?
Learn to live out your faith in the real world.
Be Empowered to fulfill God’s purpose.
Act like a leader: learn by doing!
Discover & unlock your God-given potential.

At LEAD, we believe the best time to start being a leader is now, and the best way to learn it is to do it! That’s why we create authentic leadership simulations where students have the opportunity to experience the roles of everyday leaders: making decisions that would affect millions of people as a state legislator; running a forty-million-dollar corporation; working as a reporter with broadcast and print assignments; and more.

And while gaining invaluable experience, students engage in biblical worldview discussions, faith-building worship and chapel, a hearty dose of games and recreational activities and awesome relationships built throughout the week.

LEAD is an experience you won’t want to miss!

Like-minded leaders in Michigan and Minnesota have already been using this program for years, and now for the first time, The FAMiLY LEADER is bringing it to Iowa.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please contact Dr. Nathan Oppman at nathan@thefamilyleader.com to learn more.


Facilitated by?
The leadership and team of The FAMiLY LEADER.

When?
6 days long from July 29th through August 3rd, 2018

Where?

On the beautiful campus of Grandview University, 2811 E. 14th. St., Des Moines, Iowa map>>

Who?
Teens entering 9th grade to those who have just finished 12th grade

Cost?
$495. Register by 3/31/18 and receive a $100 discount! Also, scholarships are available. Info >>

 


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