Non-Anxious Leadership in an Age of Anxiety

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Featuring Todd Hunter, Keri Ladouceur, and Winfield Bevins

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Support and encouragement for leaders to navigate our chaotic world

Thursday, February 11 at 2:00 p.m.

Healthy Rhythms for Thriving Leaders
Episode 2 — Avoiding Burnout in Challenging Times

Pastors today are as busy as ever. There are ministry initiatives to oversee, staff to lead, a pandemic to navigate, and Sunday still comes every week. Between busyness, the ability to be reached at any time with technology, and the pressure of leadership, it’s no surprise that church leaders can be some of the most anxious people anywhere.

That’s why we’ve invited Todd Hunter, veteran church leader and lecturer, to share with us what non-anxious leaders looks like. He’ll give some practical wisdom, mined through his decades of experience, and answer questions. Don’t miss this important conversation.

“Todd reminds us that the church is not a place to go to, simply another meeting, but the way God has chosen to make himself known in our world. —Ed Stetzer

“Todd Hunter has provided a concrete and practical strategy for 21st century Christian living and witness.” —Dallas Willard

“Todd Hunter draws on ancient practices in order to provide insight and strategy to face temptations in our lives.” —Margaret Feinberg

This webinar series is hosted by Winfield Bevins and Keri Ladouceur. 

Featured Guest

Todd Hunter

Author, Church Planter & Bishop of The Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others

Michael Carrion

Senior Pastor & General Overseer of the Promised Land Covenant Churches

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Featured Guest

Todd Hunter

Bishop Todd Hunter is the founding bishop of The Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others, a diocese of the Anglican Church in North America. Bishop Hunter is past President of Alpha USA, former National Director for the Association of Vineyard Churches, and retired founding pastor of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Costa Mesa, California.

Bishop Hunter is also the founder and leader of The Telos Collective. In this role, he works alongside Archbishop Beach and other ACNA bishops and leaders to catalyze sacramental and missional churches to engage contemporary North American culture.


Winfield Bevins

Dr. Winfield Bevins is the Director of Church Planting at Asbury Theological Seminary. As an author and teacher, his passion is to help others reconnect to the roots of the Christian faith for spiritual formation and mission today. He has trained leaders from around the world and frequently speaks at conferences, churches, and seminaries on a variety of topics. He is the author of several books including, Ever Ancient Ever New, Marks of a Movement, and Healthy Rhythms for Leaders. He is the co-founder of Missional Formation Coaching, which is designed to help leaders thrive by promoting healthy rhythms that connect spiritual and missional practices. You can connect with him at and on twitter @winfieldbevins.

Keri Ladouceur

Keri Ladouceur has built several ministries over the last 14 years including two of Outreach Magazine's fastest growing churches in America.

She also invested a decade in senior leadership at Willow Creek Community Church, most recently building their leadership pipeline after launching over ninety missional communities. She is currently serving as a pastor at Vineyard Christian Church and the founder of New Ground Network. She and her team co-conspire with pastors and ministry teams across the country in Vision Conviction, Strategic Planning, Alignment, Team Health, Leadership Residency and Equipping so that they can pursue new opportunities for Kingdom Impact. Her passion is to see the local church thrive in each unique context and expression, to partner with God in the redemption and restoration of the world.

Keri is married to Marc and they have two incredible kiddos, Leah and Liam.

We are better together!

“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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