From the Publisher: Boca Lead Lunches Marry Business With Faith

(Courtesy Boca Raton Community Church)

I attend luncheons frequently—most are predictable. But yesterday, I went to perhaps one of most motivational gatherings I have attended in 38 years.

Bill Mitchell started Boca Lead five years ago as a way for people to explore how to apply Biblical principles to the workplace. Topics include leadership, empowerment, team development, inspiring the people around you and more. The lunch is a program hosted by Boca Raton Community Church, where Mitchell is the pastor. In fact, he and his wife met at the church.

A third generation resident of Boca Raton, Mitchell says the city is the “best place to live work recreate and raise a family.” Not only has he raised his four children here, he has 25 years experience of being a businessman.

Boca Lead meets the first Thursday of every month from September to June from noon to 1 p.m. at the Boca Community Church. Do your self and team members a favor and join more than 400 businessmen and women to meet, greet and raise the bar for yourself business, family and South Florida.

Registration is $12 per person and $15 at the door; tables are also available for purchase. And get a spot fast—March is already full! For more information, visit bocalead.com