This is why we work so diligently and passionately towards creating space at our events for an awe-filled time of worship for Church-loving leaders. We believe these experiences transcend the days of the event by creating thousands of personal, overview effect-type moments for each individual in the room. Creating these moments takes an intentional process founded upon faith in the finished work of Christ. The work is finished and our home is secured; we just want to make way for others to clearly see their home and worship their way towards it.

When you are able to temporarily leave your home and join thousands of others in the worship of your Savior, then you are able to see that leaving your home afforded you a glimpse into your true, eternal home, the one for which you were made.

Catalyst exists to equip and empower Church-loving leaders through events, courses, and community. Join other leaders for a memorable experience at Catalyst Atlanta, Catalyst West, or a Catalyst One Day event. Visit to learn more.

Home is calling. —Tyler Reagin

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About Tyler Reagin | Reagin is the President of Catalyst, a leadership development organization that exists to unify and equip leaders who love the Church through resources and experiential events. Prior to leading the charge at Catalyst, Reagin served for seven years under the leadership of Andy Stanley as the Service Programming Director of Browns Bridge Community Church (a campus of North Point Ministries). He received his Masters of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and serves as a leadership coach for teams and organizations.

About Catalyst | Catalyst was formed in 1999 by Andy Stanley, Reggie Joiner, John Maxwell, Gabe Lyons and others as a conference for young leaders in the Church. Today, Catalyst exists as an opportunity to pour into leaders who love the Church. Each year, more than 100,000 leaders connect with each other and the Catalyst movement through events, resources, online community and social media.

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