Influencing Others for Good

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146We all influence the people in our lives and the organizations in which we work. Influence is the core of leadership, but influence is not limited to those who have formal positions of leadership.

What do we actually know about influence? What about influencing others for good? What are the spiritual dimensions of enduring influence?

This four-part free online seminar will help you in four specific ways:

1) “Getting Grounded” focusses on strengthening your spiritual roots; 2) “Taking Initiative” shows how you can deepen your influence through your spiritual resources; 3) “Going Deep” reveals your potential power to produce enduring influence; and 4) “Facing Challenges” will help you get through difficulties and discouragements that prevent you from being a deeper influence.

Who is this free online seminar for?

  • church leaders
  • parents
  • educators
  • leaders in business settings
  • healthcare workers
  • community leaders
  • really, any believer who wants to make the world a better place by having a deep spiritual influence


The seminar is taught by Mel Lawrenz, author of Spiritual Influence (Zondervan). Mel Lawrenz trains an international network of Christian leaders, ministry pioneers, and thought-leaders. He served as senior pastor of Elmbrook Church in Brookfield, Wisconsin, for ten years, having succeeded Stuart Briscoe, and now serves as Elmbrook’s minister at large. He has a Ph.D. in the history of Christian thought (Marquette University) and is on the adjunct faculty of Trinity International University. He has authored or co-authored 17 books.

How will this “free online seminar” work? Very simply.

If you sign up, once a week over a period of four weeks you will receive an email linking you to the 20-minute video teaching in “Deepen Your Influence.” You can watch any time that is convenient for you. If you wish, you may make comments or post questions online.





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