Igniting Change in Vietnam
The passion of the students rivaled the record-setting temperatures in Hanoi, Vietnam, according to Ignite trainer, Phan Hữu Sinh. “The students didn’t lose any excitement, despite the heat. They enjoyed every part of the course and didn’t want it to end!”View Story All Stories
Training Up Future Generations:
"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men." Frederick Douglass
It’s never too early to learn how to lead like Jesus.
It’s never too early to learn the destructive power that fear and pride can wield in our life.
It's never too early to learn that extending grace and forgiveness, serving others and building strong, authentic relationships are powerful ways to lead and influence others around us.View Story All Stories
Overcoming the Obstacles: South Africa
At a recent Ignite student leadership event in South Africa, disadvantaged boys learned the transformational power of Jesus as the greatest leadership role model of all time.
In early October, the boys of I Care Rehabilitation and Training Center sat down to learn about Jesus-centered leadership at this event. The boys at the center come in off the streets from a life surrounded by drugs and crime. I Care seeks to change their lives through rehabilitation and life skills training as they search for jobs.View Story All Stories
First South Africa Ignite a “Fun, Dynamic Experience”
Lead Like Jesus South Africa held their first ever official Ignite student leadership training event on January 23, at the Acts Christian Church in Johannesburg. This is the first of five confirmed Ignite events planned for South Africa throughout 2016.View Story All Stories
Olusola Paul: A fire rekindled through Ignite
In May, Olusola Paul (Ila-Orogun, Nigeria) attended a Lead Like Jesus Ignite conference. Ignite is a leadership development course for teens that focuses on character and integrity, helping young men and women to become powerful and positive influencers of those around them by following the model of Jesus.
“It really had an indelible impact on me,” he says.View Story All Stories