Christ-honoring leaders like you are radically transforming lives around our globe today. At The Outcomes Conference 2018 we will celebrate and strengthen your leadership IMPACT! You’ll experience powerful peer networking, Christ-centered thought leadership and practical, biblically-based training.
CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY • THOUGHT LEADERSHIP • SPIRITUAL REFRESHMENT• PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Derwin L. Gray is a former NFL football player as well as the founding and lead pastor of Transformation Church (TC), one of the fastest-growing churches in America. TC is a multiethnic, multi-generational, mission-shaped community with campuses near Charlotte, NC.
Working toward his doctorate at Northern Seminary and has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Southern Evangelical Seminary,
Derwin is the author of Hero: Unleashing God’s Power in a Man’s Heart, Limitless Life: You are More Than Your past When God Hold Your Future, and The High Definition Leader: Building Multiethnic Churches in a Multiethnic World.
Phyllis Hennecy Hendry serves as the inaugural President and CEO of Lead Like Jesus, a global leadership ministry headquartered in Spartanburg, SC. Under her visionary leadership, the organization has grown exponentially since its founding in 1999, developing and empowering thousands of people throughout the United States and around the world to lead as Jesus led.
The epitome of Southern charm, Phyllis radiates passion, warmth, authenticity and wit in every presentation. As a result, she is a highly sought after speaker, regularly travelling across the U.S. and around the world to deliver the hope-filled, love inspired, story laden, and deeply personal messages that pour straight from her heart. She has been featured as a keynote speaker for crowds of 5,000-plus – often simulcast to thousands more – sharing the stage with such well-known orators as Ken Blanchard, John Ortberg, Rosey Grier, Erwin McManus, Patrick Lencioni, Henry Blackaby and more. Firmly believing “there are no unimportant conversations,” Phyllis also finds great joy communicating in more intimate settings, such as for congregations, in small group retreats, and during one-on-one encounters.
Phyllis has enjoyed a fulfilling career in leadership positions within business, nonprofits, and ministry. Prior to joining Lead Like Jesus, she served for 11 years as President of the National Science Center, Inc., in Augusta, Georgia, a partnership with the United States Army. In this role, she collaborated with top military and government officials.
Her heart’s greatest desire is to lead individuals into a deeper relationship with Jesus, so that their lives will be transformed and their leadership will have maximum influence. Through the ministry of Lead Like Jesus, Phyllis is helping develop and empower people around the world to adopt Jesus as their leader role model, so that through Him the world will be forever changed. She is the co-author of the recently released Lead Like Jesus Revisited: Lessons from the Greatest Leadership Role Model of All Time.
Phyllis resides in Spartanburg, SC and enjoys spending time with her four children and nine grandchildren.
Danielle Strickland loves Jesus. And she loves people. Her aggressive compassion has loved people firsthand in countries all over the world where she has embraced, learned, cared, evangelized, taught, and exhorted individuals and crowds to surrender to the boundless love of our great God and Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.
She loves the more fragile in communities around the world. Over the years that has led her to back alleys and late night streets to partner with Jesus in rescuing those caught up in drugs and homelessness and prostitution and despair. And it has led her to the halls of government and corridors of commercial power to see laws changed and practices transformed so that people aren’t trafficked and children aren’t enslaved.
She has sought to cultivate authentic Christian community in deprived neighborhoods on the way to loving the last and the lost and the least into God’s Kingdom.
Danielle loves the Body of Christ. God is using her to help equip followers of Jesus in discipleship, holiness, justice, and evangelism by teaching, preaching, and writing.
And Strickland loves her family – redeemed from the clutches of the enemy, generational addiction and violence, she and her husband are bringing up their children in the fear and friendship of the Lord.
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Danielle is passionately committed to seeing God’s Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven, is married, and is the mother of three boys.
Robby Gallaty serves as the senior pastor of Long Hollow Baptist Church and founder/president of Replicate Ministries.
Before coming to Christ, Robby battled a three-year drug addiction that ravaged his life. A $180 a day heroine and cocaine addiction forced him to steal $15,000 from his parents. After living without gas, electricity, and water for months, losing 8 of his friends to drug related deaths, watching 6 friends arrested, and completing two rehab treatments, Robby remembered the gospel that was shared with him by a friend in college and was radically saved on November 12, 2002.
Eight months later, David Platt, a seminary student and church member at the time, asked Robby to meet weekly for accountability, prayer, and bible study. For the next 2 years, David installed a passion for missions, expository preaching, and disciple-making in his life. He also encouraged Robby to go back to school to pursue theological education.
Robby completed his Masters of Divinity Degree in Expository Preaching in 2007 and his Ph.D. in Preaching in 2011 from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Today, Robby’s gospel conviction and evangelistic zeal drive him to passionately “make disciples who make disciples.”
In addition to his leadership at Long Hollow, Robby is also the founder of Replicate Ministries and the author of several books, including Growing Up, Firmly Planted, Foundations, and Rediscovering Discipleship.
Robby and his beautiful wife, Kandi, have two sons: Rig and Ryder.
You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven. (Matt 5:14–16)