Hamilton talked a lot about a gap between Kingdom priorities and our current priorities; we need to "mind the gap" and address it with specific leadership (for example: our church isn't doing well in the area of mission; thus our leaders need to lead in the area of mission).
It was Michael Slaughter's speech that disappointed. Slaughter grew the Ginghamsburg church from a small, country church to a megachurch, and he has been there for 30some years (extremely long for the United Methodist Church). He made some ridiculous statements, including that people on his staff tell him (all the time) to, "sit down, Michael." Yeah, right. Nobody, and I mean NOBODY is saying, "sit down, Michael." Not the District Superintendent, not the Bishop, and certainly not members of his staff. Nobody is telling him what to do.