Catalyst Conference

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Catalyst Conference
Frequency Annual
Location(s) Arena at Gwinnett Center
Attendance 13,000
Organized by Giant Impact
People Scott Harrison
Andy Stanley
Website
http://catalystconference.com/

The Catalyst Conference (also called the Catalyst Leadership Conference or simply Catalyst) is an annual convention hosted by INJOY.[1] It is three days long.[2] The conference is a nondenominational Christian event that is attended by more people than most denomination-specific conferences.[3] Catalyst takes place in Atlanta, Georgia, United States at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.[4] The focus of the conference is on worship and leadership development.[5] 130,000 people attended Catalyst 2010.[6] Andy Stanley spoke at Catalyst 2011,[7] as did Scott Harrison, founder of charity: water.[8] The theme of the conference that year was "Be Present".[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ James M. Kouzes; Barry Z. Posner (2009). "Leadership is Everyone's Business". Christian Reflections on The Leadership Challenge (John Wiley & Sons): 3. ISBN 0470730463. 
  2. ^ Lillian Kwon (October 5, 2007). "Catalyst Powers Up Next Generation Leaders for Christ". The Christian Post. Retrieved July 4, 2013. 
  3. ^ Ed Stetzer (2011). David S. Dockery, Ray Van Neste, Jerry N. Tidwell, ed. "Denominationalism: Is There a Future?". Southern Baptists, Evangelicals, and the Future of Denominationalism (B&H Publishing Group): 36. ISBN 1433671204. 
  4. ^ Mark Batterson (2010). Primal: A Quest for the Lost Soul of Christianity. Random House. p. 8. ISBN 1601423578. 
  5. ^ Tony Morgan; Tim Stevens (2004). Simply Strategic Volunteers: Empowering People For Ministry. Group Publishing. p. 199. ISBN 0764427563. 
  6. ^ Scott Williams (2011). Church Diversity. New Leaf Publishing Group. p. 180. ISBN 0892217030. 
  7. ^ Michael S. Hyatt; Steve Gottry (2012). Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World. Thomas Nelson. p. 161. ISBN 159555503X. 
  8. ^ Brad Christian (June 17, 2013). "2 years later: Greenville man sees results of clean water campaign". WNCT-TV. Retrieved July 4, 2013. 
  9. ^ "Bestselling Author Max Lucado and Zondervan Offer Free Ebook". Digital Journal. October 6, 2011. Retrieved July 4, 2013.