Dallas Leader Board 2018
- 7:00 AM Breakfast Buffet
- 7:45 AM Welcome and Opening Prayer
- 7:50 AM Leadership Lessons from the Word (Bible Study with a DTS Professor)
- 8:45 AM Featured Speaker
- 9:10 AM “Up Close & Personal” Q & A with Featured Speaker
- 9:30 AM Closing Remarks
What happens at each session?
Each Leader Board session will feature:
- Leadership principles from the Bible taught by Dallas Theological Seminary professors
- Real-world insight from recognized leaders including a Q&A session
- Interaction with other marketplace leaders and opportunities to be encouraged and challenged
- Wed Jan 31 — Louie Giglio
- Wed Apr 4 — Marc Belton
- Wed Jun 13 — Greg Sankey
- Wed Sep 5 — David Brown
Tues March 26 2019 — Hendricks Center 2.0 Anniversary Gala
Dallas Country Club | Dallas, TX
Wednesday, January 31 | Session 1
Louie Giglio is Pastor of Passion City Church and the Founder of the Passion movement, which exists to call a generation to leverage their lives for the fame of Jesus. Since 1997, Passion has gathered collegiate-aged young people in events across the US and around the world. Most recently, Passion 2017 gathered more than 55,000 students in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome in one of the largest collegiate gatherings in its history. In addition to the collegiate gatherings of Passion Conferences, Louie and his wife Shelley lead the teams at Passion City Church, sixstepsrecords and the Passion Global Institute. Louie is the author of Goliath Must Fall, The Comeback, The Air I Breathe, and I Am Not But I Know I Am. Louie and Shelley make their home in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Mark Bailey
Senior Professor of Bible Exposition, President
Wednesday, April 4 | Session 2
Marc Belton is founder and Principal of Wisefellows Consulting, a purpose-driven consultancy firm. He had a distinguished 32-year career at General Mills, where he served as Executive Vice President for Global Strategy, Growth and Marketing Innovation. At GMI Marc became known as a champion for growth, innovation and people. Marc was recognized by Fast Company, who named him one of the “Most Creative Executives in the US.” He has been recognized by Fortune and Black Enterprise as one of the most influential African-Americans in business. He currently serves on the National Board of the Salvation Army and has also served on the boards of US Bancorp and Navistar. Marc is also a member of the Executive Leadership Council and CEO Forum.
Dr. Sandra Glahn
Associate Professor of Media Arts and Worship
Wednesday, June 13 | Session 3
Greg Sankey is the eighth commissioner of the Southeastern Conference, after serving on the SEC staff for 13 years in various leadership roles. Sankey has established himself as an advocate for the student-athlete, creating a framework to provide young people in the Conference with new leadership opportunities and resources to succeed at the highest levels of academic achievement and competitive success. Even before his appointment as commissioner of the SEC, Sankey led national efforts to enhance the student-athlete experience in his previous roles in the SEC and the Southland Conference. Working in concert with former SEC Commissioner Mike Slive, he played a central role in crafting the new autonomy governance structure of the NCAA, designed to put the student-athlete first in the development of new legislation.
Mr. John Dyer
Executive Director of Communications and Educational Technology; Adjunct Professor of Media Arts and Worship
Wednesday, September 5 | Session 4
David Brown is a nationally recognized expert on security, law enforcement, and crisis management. He is the former and longest tenured (since the 1960s) police chief of Dallas, the nation’s ninth largest city. Brown currently serves as an on-air contributor for ABC News where he provides on-air perspective on live security events and news impacting the country. David also serves as Managing Director at the global security firm, Kroll, Inc. providing security expertise on an international level for cyber security, mergers and acquisitions, compliance, monitoring and executive protection. He also serves as a senior advisor for Pharos Capital Group.
Dr. Darrell Bock
Executive Director of Cultural Engagement and Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies
HENDRICKS CENTER GALA TBA
In lieu of the Leader Board gathering normally held in early November, your 2018 membership secures you a seat at the special 30th Anniversary Gala for the Hendricks Center 2.0, where we will celebrate our legacy and unveil our vision for the future. This evening banquet will look back at the history of the Center and the numerous resources we’ve developed for leaders: Leader Board, LEAD, numerous conferences and retreats, spiritual formation, The Table Podcast, faith-and-work initiatives, and many others. We’ll also look at where the Center and Dallas Seminary stand in terms of today’s unique context—both the challenges we face and our opportunities for impact. Then we’ll do some dreaming and talk about strategy as the Center moves into its next season of exciting work. It will be a blockbuster event devoted to praising God for what He has done and prayerfully considering what He might choose to do through the Hendricks Center in the years ahead. Dr. Tim Keller will be our keynote speaker, and this event will be held at the Hilton Anatole from 7:00PM to 9:00PM on March 26th 2019.