Next week a project on which I have been working and dreaming up for the past two years launches–Horizon Leadership Camp.
On Wednesday, I will load vehicles with a group of students going to youth camp with Horizon Camps. While we are there, I have the opportunity to pour into a small group of student leaders with the sole purpose of helping them develop as leaders.
Many of the things I’ve written over the past 4+ months will play a role in what I share, but more than anything I have to say, I am excited about the opportunity to interact and help develop student leaders from a context different than my own students.
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While this is happening, I also have the opportunity to pour into my own students and student leaders as we enter a new chapter in our ministry, and I couldn’t be more excited.
So, what’s the leadership principle or thought in this?
Hard work pays off?
Leaders develop leaders?
Hang in there?
I can force a principle, but the reality of this post is I am excited. Developing leaders and watching students, especially, adventure out of their comfort zones gives me high expectations.
I am so grateful for someone who saw something in me, pursued it, and has helped me grow through it.
So here’s to a new adventure, to HLC 2.0.
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