Leadership Network Roundtables

Pursue What Is Next For The Church

Leadership Network is relaunching in 2021-2022 by partnering with pace-setting churches, networks and leaders to host local Roundtable events to prepare leaders for what is next in local church leadership.

Host a Conversation for What's Next

What is a roundtable?


A Leadership Network Roundtable event is similar in scope to running three worship services on a Sunday morning (except the music is optional and the high-quality messages are prerecorded)!

Why Roundtables?

Why Now?

Leaders are hungry for...


Choose from 3 unique themes for a powerful event. LN provides a full library of resources for each topic for hosts to use.

Weekend attendance may have not yet rebounded to pre-pandemic numbers. The uncertainty of finances is present in both the short and the long term. You may be asking:

  • What does healthy regathering look like for our specific church right now
  • How can we reengage our congregation and mobilize people around what matters
  • How can I bring more of my leaders into the conversation and reality of this season?

The ChurchNext Roundtable will prepare church leaders to facilitate on-the-ground discussion with their teams to create momentum around healthy engagement, as well as formulate actionable plans for restoring disciple-making growth.

  • Get the language and tools you need to identify and address the NEED for making critical shifts (of mindset, ministry, and motivation) in this season.
  • Learn how to create pathways of listening and collaboration within your church body, designed to draw everyone into the regathering and reengagement conversation.
  • Identify specific actions to be taken and adjustments to be made, that will, in turn, generate movement and energy toward each church’s disciple-making future.

With people coming back to physical church, how do we prioritize our online presence?

We know how confusing the rapidly changing church landscape can be. But we’ve also had the opportunity to help hundreds of leaders navigate that landscape in ways that not only pursue, but advance, the mission of their church.

Would you rather be mobilizing everyday life missionaries instead of simply recruiting volunteers? What if mobilizing your congregation was the key to disciple-making-based kingdom multiplication? What if you could transform your community simply by helping your people discover and live into their Ephesians 2:10 gifting? Imagine the impact of mobilized everyday life missionaries to the unique mission fields where they work, live, study and play.

All Christians share a common calling to be disciples who make disciples wherever they go. Each Christian also has a secondary or unique calling. We are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus, to do unique, good works and deeds wherever we can be most effective.

This Roundtable focuses on a simple BE-DO-GO framework for calling. Just as powerful, the How to Mobilize God’s People, God’s Way Roundtable extracts six key shifts necessary for churches to establish a culture of healthy mobilization from the the book of Ephesians.


Anytime From October 2021 to June 2022, at the discretion of the local host

The Roundtable Experience


Each session includes one or two high-quality, TED-style talks. Leadership Network has built three Core Libraries of curated content on what’s next in church leadership on timely topics included church engagement and gathering, digital ministry, and mobilization your church congregation for mission and impact in the community. We press into critical church topics and conversations so we don’t lose sight of Jesus’ core mission to make disciples and multiply the church while we confront these chaotic times in our culture.


Incorporating music is at the discretion of the local host. We recommend the scope be limited to 1-2 people leading in a more acoustic approach in shorter worship sets.


Roundtables prioritize creating time and space for conversations critical to multiplication, mobilization and increased collaboration.


Hosts have access to a library of creative elements for use in the program including still graphics, animated graphics, bumpers, and creative story videos.  

The financial model

Ticket Prices

The price of individual Roundtable tickets is $39.

(Group discounts available).

Revenue Sharing

Leadership Network and the host churches/networks will share revenue from Roundtable registrations.


Recruitment of local sponsorships is encouraged and will be included in the Revenue Sharing plan.​

Who should be involved in hosting?

Any Church, Network or Ministry that Cares Deeply about What Is NEXT for the Church

What is Required of the Host Team?

Host Organization Responsibilities

Roundtable Hosts will:

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“The [Roundtable] event went incredibly well. Great discussions and new connections around every table. Everyone left wanting more. We were honored to have hosted it alongside Exponential.”
Jim Moss, City Church Tulsa

“It was a very powerful day – everyone who I talked to was moved and motivated to continue the conversation, form networks and partnerships and see how we can ‘go and love together.’ [The attendees] all were impressed by and grateful for the resources Exponential provided and your courage in making this the focus of these gatherings.”
—Doug Hoglund, Woodside Church (Pennsylvania)


Information Calls

Join us live for a 30-minute overview of hosting a roundtable. We’ll also answer your questions and give you the information needed to make an informed decision about hosting.


Your Next Steps

Moving Forward with Hosting an Exponential Roundtable


Say yes to hosting a Roundtable for your city.

CLICK HERE to view Host Prospectus.
to view Host MOU.


Pick a date(s).


CLICK HERE to complete Host Roundtable application.

We are better together!

“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23