Published July 1, 2016

2016 Summit Initiatives Benefiting Students, Government, Military, Police & Business Leaders

The months leading up to the Global Leadership Summit this August are exciting for our staff and volunteers as we prepare to create an incredible experience for some of the most amazing leaders in the world!

Our team in the field have been traveling the country encouraging leaders, promoting the Summit, making connections and expanding the Summit in places where the impact has a multiplying effect in churches, organizations and communities. With a vision to help Christians grow their leadership to maximize Kingdom impact, the Summit benefits leaders in every sector of society, not just church leaders. Imagine the ripple effect on the lives of these students, government, military, police and business leaders. We’re so excited about what God will do through these initiatives!

Investing in the next generation

next gen initiativesA generous visionary donated $10,000 of GLS registrations exclusively for young leaders under 25 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, wanting to invest in the next generation of his city.




Building a better city

government initiativesLeaders from Bismarck, North Dakota gathered for a meeting to collaborate on a city-Summit movement. The Bismarck Mayor shared with the group, “Our city is currently fractured. This Summit could not come at a better time.”


Strengthening the leadership skills of the military

military initiativesA donor is covering registrations for 30 airmen at Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, WY.




Equipping the first responders in Las Vegas, Nevada

police initiativesThe Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (a Summit host site) is using the Summit to train their teams. They are also expanding the Summit to their two jails using inmate generated funds. The Las Vegas Fire Department, North Las Vegas Police Department and Clark County Fire Department are all registering for the Summit this year, achieving the Las Vegas Police Department vision of a Summit for Southern Nevada’s first responders.

Training teams for better business

business initiativesMicrosoft has purchased a license to show 24 Summit talks to train their 3,300 managers. They will be showing two Summit talks for their monthly training sessions over the next year.




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