The Making of a Leader

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This snapshot of inspired poetry from Christian poet, Propoganda, inspired the leaders at the Catalyst Conference and we hope it inspires you too. With the upcoming release of The Catalyst Leader, its aim is to move leaders to think about how they can influence and become a catalyst in their environment - whether it's in church leadership or in business.

So ignite your creativity and become a catalyst for change wherever God has placed you.

14th March

March 14th, 2013 - Posted & Written by Jo Pountney

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