PLI is devoted to empowering leaders for wider influence for the sake of the gospel in their communities and effective leadership in their ministries. Learn more about our vision and process here.
Life is better connected. Connect with others to experience life-giving community and build authentic relationships. We have several learning communities. Find the best fit for you.
We provide a number of resources and materials to educate both our participants and the general public on effective leadership principles.
Interested in how PLI can impact your ministry? We'd love to get to know you and learn how we can empower your ministry.
If you’re like us, you’ve gone to conferences and come back pumped up for mission…but it quickly dies down as the tasks of everyday overtake us. Or, you’ve read a best selling book with great lofty ideas that you promise you’ll implement…but how?
PLI is here to help. Our Learning Communities are designed to overcome this struggle. You’ll learn and grow personally, as a couple and/or as a team. You’ll be equipped with the tools you need to lead and feel nurtured and encouraged along the way. As you create a plan unique to your context you’ll have collegial support in putting your plan into practice and receive ongoing support to implement that plan. YOU WON’T GO IT ALONE!
PLI’s program is centered around experience-focused learning, timely and purposeful curriculum, ongoing advocacy and accountability, and coaching. Our participants’ ministries are transformed by working and learning together with like-minded leaders under the guidance of their coach throughout one of PLI’s Learning Communities.
In a Learning Community you will:
As leaders our eyes are easily attracted to the latest shiny program that makes the news and seems to be full of promise for our ministry. Meanwhile something important—something foundational and important–in our picture cries out for attention and we aren’t aware of it. Discover and implement the building blocks of godly leadership. Because it matters what you build on.
The church is not in the driver’s seat anymore. Do you relate? Society continues to marginalize churches and its message of hope in Jesus Christ. At one time, churches were at the center of our cities and communities. More and more, we find ourselves on the fringes and viewed as irrelevant. Henry Cloud said, “Great leaders don’t let their environments change them into helpless thinkers.” Easy to say but how do you do it? How do you find a safe place to even have the conversation?
Many church leaders concede they are often plagued with a feeling that something is not working because making disciples–and making disciples who make disciples– seems not just hard, but nearly impossible. They look around and see:
A few summon the courage to question what they might need to do to adjust and adapt. And even fewer choose to act.
When you first started your career, you probably never dreamed you would be supervising as many people as you currently do. Because you excelled in your position, you were promoted to one with more responsibility. You have made the move from leading a team to leading an organization to leading leaders in an organization. Most likely, none of your previous training and education prepared you for this challenge. We get it.