Leader Recharge 2021
with Peter Bowden

A new FREE ON-DEMAND series for congregations.

I've taken core practices, tips, and strategies from my consultations with congregations and packed them into this free series for you!



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Series Outline

  • Session 1: Reflecting, gathering insights, and moving forward! 
    We need to learn from our experiences. I share the blueprint for the conversations I've been facilitating with staff and leadership teams including a reflection retreat template document.
    Duration:  17 Minutes

  • Session 2:  Digital ministry tips to reduce "Zoom fatigue" and promote interest and engagement.
    There are simple things we can do with our video content and the experiences we facilitate to shift them from being draining to energizing. I share my top easy to implement tips.

    Duration:  30 Minutes

  • Session 3: Making sense of digital trends and the factors impacting your 2021 strategy.
    To make smart decisions, your leaders need to understand the shifting context of your ministry. The pandemic has accelerated digital trends, established new habits, and changed human behavior. I share my thoughts on present trends.

    Duration:  24 Minutes

  • Session 4: Exploring hybrid ministry
    Covid19 forced us to move congregational life online. When we are able to phase in more offline physical gatherings, how do we integrate our digital/online and physical/offline ministry? I share some considerations to advance your planning!

    Duration:  32 Minutes

And, of course, I'm bringing my joy, energy, and enthusiasm!

The content in this series drawn from my consultations this Fall with communication teams, staff teams, and clergy, staff, and volunteer leaders in my national training programs.

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Peter Bowden

Peter is a digital ministry coach, congregational growth consultant, small group ministry expert, and television producer (PBS kids projects). 

He loves helping leaders use the tools of our time to build community, facilitate spiritual exploration, and inspire action on the justice issues of our time.