For many of his 35 years as a pastor, David Fletcher was an executive pastor in some of the nation’s largest churches. In the early days of the internet, he started XPastor.org, a global tool for those who lead and manage the church. His popular “Hey Fletch” column gives warm and sound advice. He’s a friend and “church doctor” to many church issues. He received degrees from Dallas Seminary and took executive education classes at the Kellogg School of Management and the Harvard Business School. David teaches Doctor of Ministry students at Dallas Seminary. At the ETS India, he made a ten-year commitment to found and then train a national to lead their D.Min. program. He will be speaking at this year's Shepherds 360 Conference (Oct 18–20), on the theme of Differences.
David Fletcher often receives “Hey Fletch” questions. Church leaders have questions and Fletch’s 35 years as a pastor brings plenty of experience to each one. The following is a common question about the creation of vision in churches.
The Shepherds 360 Conference enables professional development for church leaders through networking and Bible teaching that encourages them in the challenges, responsibilities, and privileges of church ministry.