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Generosity is different from giving

The culture of generosity, that is different from giving. Giving is a manifestation, a symptom, an outward manifestation of a generous heart. So where does generosity start? It starts in…

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Matt Fry

Guest Leader: Lead Pastor of C3 Church in Clayton, NC

The culture of generosity, that is different from giving. Giving is a manifestation, a symptom, an outward manifestation of a generous heart. So where does generosity start? It starts in two places. It starts above you, and where you have been. Let me explain that in more detail.

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Choose to grow!

Brian Herbert says “The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The willingness to learn is a choice.” You are going to make some…

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Martha Fry

Guest Leader: Lead Pastor of C3 Church in Clayton, NC

Brian Herbert says “The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The willingness to learn is a choice.” You are going to make some choices today. Choices to grow or not grow. Choices to change your mind or to not change your mind. Choices to do something differently or just continue what you were doing. You are going to make some choices as to if you’re going to grow in your life.

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Don’t be mean, be nice!

I get to work with some many organizations, and I can tell you I meet some of the nicest people and I also meet some of the meanest people. Mean…

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Marlin Harris

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of New Life Church in Decatur, GA

I get to work with some many organizations, and I can tell you I meet some of the nicest people and I also meet some of the meanest people. Mean people who don’t have any spirit of graciousness about them. They are busy doing what they are doing, the way they want to do it, when they want to do it, how they want to do it, and you just feel like you are intruding on them. Make sure that the people who represent you are nice!

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This is greater than the great place

What do we mean by greater? Greater is a superlative, that means you can be in a great place but the question is what is going to be greater for…

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Lisa Bevere

Guest Leader: An international speaker, best-selling author, and co-founder of Messenger International

What do we mean by greater? Greater is a superlative, that means you can be in a great place but the question is what is going to be greater for you? Your greater is not what you are going to do, the greater is how you are going to think. Because it is thinking at a greater level. greater means there is more. Greater means, where you have been was great, where you are is wonderful, but where you are going is greater. It is a way of thinking.

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Create a culture that thinks generational

In my work as a leadership consultant I see a lot of generations working together. The older and the younger, the boomers, millennials, or however you want to categorize them.…

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Paul Morton

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of Changing a Generation FGBC in Atlanta, GA

In my work as a leadership consultant I see a lot of generations working together. The older and the younger, the boomers, millennials, or however you want to categorize them. And what I’m seeing is either they work collaboratively or there is an ever growing tension. Let me give you two things that will help you to not look at it as “us” and “them” but to see it as “we”.

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There are so many voices in our life

As life progresses for us different voices appear in our lives. The question becomes: Which voices should I be tuned into at this juncture of my life? Right now, where…

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Paul de Jong

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of LIFE in Auckland, New Zealand

As life progresses for us different voices appear in our lives. The question becomes: Which voices should I be tuned into at this juncture of my life? Right now, where I am in my life, in my marriage, in my business, in my leadership, in my work, what voices should I listen to at this given time? Most people never ask that question. The voices that you listen to today will lead you to your future. Good, bad and indifferent, all of us are a product of voices.

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This is the greatest enemy to leadership

The greatest enemy of leadership is not the devil, not your level competency, it is not what you might think. I have concluded after years and years of working with…

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Joe Camenetti

Guest Leader: Lead Pastor of Believers Church in Warren, Ohio

The greatest enemy of leadership is not the devil, not your level competency, it is not what you might think. I have concluded after years and years of working with high-end leaders is that the greatest enemy of leadership is insecurity. Insecurity makes you do dysfunctional things. Insecurity will make you think that you are either better or worse. Insecurity will always have you weighing yourself against somebody else. Let’s talk some more about the biggest killer of leadership.

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Family has priority

The first thing God did in the Garden of Eden was that He created family. Later in Acts the church is another prototype of a family. Paul talks a lot…

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Clifford Johnson

Guest Leader: Pastor of the Mt. Pleasant Church and Ministries in Baltimore, MD

The first thing God did in the Garden of Eden was that He created family. Later in Acts the church is another prototype of a family. Paul talks a lot about how the church is a body of believers, a family. I want to talk about the literal family: momma, daddy, sister, brother, uncle, aunt, grandparents. As we get older in life one things starts happening, more and more of our energy and thoughts get centered on family. Let me tell you more about this.

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Inheritance vs Legacy

People get those things confused. So I want to clarify it for you today. Inheritance is what you leave behind. Legacy is who you leave behind. Inheritance you can buy.…

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Van Moody

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor at The Worship Center in Birmingham, AL

People get those things confused. So I want to clarify it for you today. Inheritance is what you leave behind. Legacy is who you leave behind. Inheritance you can buy. Legacy you cannot purchase. For me to leave a good inheritance I just need some money. I can leave houses, cars, lands, stocks, bonds, insurance policies, that is inheritance. Legacy is, who will be there because I invested in their life. Who will be there that will say “if it had not been for Sam Chand”. That is legacy.

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The Rules of Engagement

Every time we do something we engage with it. When we are done with it we disengage with it. In all of life we deal with this. Same thing is…

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Roger Mileham

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor at Trinity Family Worship Center in Hampton, GA

Every time we do something we engage with it. When we are done with it we disengage with it. In all of life we deal with this. Same thing is true for how we engage with people and projects. The question for me is always the same thing. Is this the right person? Is it the right time? Most people are in a hurry to engage and are slow to disengage. There are two things that hurt most leaders. 1, not thinking through the costs of engaging. 2, waiting too long to disengage.

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