Do you sometimes wonder if gracious, generous, generative leadership in our post-Christendom culture is even possible? If so, how do we become the kind of confident, non-anxious leaders our world needs—without resorting to culture-bashing, bullying, or controlling?
The Telos Collective is a relational network of leaders who care deeply about being formed into peaceful, non-anxious leaders on a kingdom path toward engaging modern culture. We started as a small alliance of Anglican leaders led by Bishop Todd Hunter of the Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others and approved by Archbishop Foley Beach of the Anglican Church in North America. Over time we’ve been joined by leaders from many different Christian denominations who share our desire to minister out of an essential peace with God, ourselves and the world.
Our goal is to catalyze a new generation of church leaders to embark on a journey inward (of spiritual transformation) and journey outward (of mission) to become faithful and fruitful leaders at the intersection of gospel and culture. A new generation of leadership for a new kind of world.
We do this by offering a rare safe space that facilitates leaders thinking outside the box within a group of faithful peers. We bring you a website full of resources, an annual gathering with incredible conversations, and creative spaces where you can learn, grow, and execute on your ideas with other like-minded leaders. We’ll meet you where you’re at, and when you’re ready, we help you go deeper.
So much deeper, that when people talk about your leadership, they use words like:
That’s why we’re here, to help you become that kind of leader and to invite you into a network of this kind of leader. Are you ready to embark on the journey of necessary transformation toward becoming the kind of leader you’ve always dreamed of? At the Telos Collective, we’ll help you take the next step toward being formed into a leader who engages modern culture out of peace with God, yourself and the world.
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