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The Influence of Studying

Today, we are exploring John Wesley's study. Behind me, we find his personal belongings: his chair, glasses, and desk. What I am most amazed by are the volumes that were…

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Today, we are exploring John Wesley’s study. Behind me, we find his personal belongings: his chair, glasses, and desk. What I am most amazed by are the volumes that were written and Methodisms founded. Here, we see how Christianity was influenced by someone who dedicated their life to studying. Studying calls for discipline and training. It is something that is put into practice. What are you studying today? How will you implement that in your daily life?

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Personal Disciplines

In this Tuesday with Sam Chand Special, we continue our journey in the home of John Wesley. I am in John Wesley's private prayer room where we see his personal…

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In this Tuesday with Sam Chand Special, we continue our journey in the home of John Wesley. I am in John Wesley’s private prayer room where we see his personal Bible, table, and chair. He would spend time in prayer before attending his 5:00 AM chapel service. John Wesley, who changed the world, was not just a praying man, but also had personal disciplines in his life. Personal disciplines would either make you or break you. What personal disciplines have challenged you?

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The Home of John Wesley

In this Tuesday With Sam Chand Special, we are taken around the world to view some amazing historical sites. Today, we travel to John Wesley's house in London, England. Our…

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Randy Valimont

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of Griffin First Assembly of God in Griffin, GA

In this Tuesday With Sam Chand Special, we are taken around the world to view some amazing historical sites. Today, we travel to John Wesley’s house in London, England. Our guest, Leslie, is here to share a few facts about John Wesley’s life and home. Join me in the next few weeks to see where we go next!

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First Attempt in Learning

Today I want to talk to you about four words: First Attempt in Learning. Together, these words create the word "FAIL." Everybody wants to be successful, but not everybody wants…

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Michael Pitts

Guest Leader: Founding Pastor of Cornerstone Church in Toledo, Ohio and overseer of the Cornerstone Global Network of Pastors and Leaders.

Today I want to talk to you about four words: First Attempt in Learning. Together, these words create the word “FAIL.” Everybody wants to be successful, but not everybody wants to focus on failure. Failure in my life has taught me so much. In fact, the first book I wrote in the mid-90s was called Failure: The Womb of Success. I gravitate towards those who experienced failure and this is why.

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Do The Right Thing

I want to talk to you about a sentence you have heard many times before: Do the right thing. When you think about doing the right thing, you determine what…

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RJ Davis

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of Nations Ford Community Church in Charlotte, NC

I want to talk to you about a sentence you have heard many times before: Do the right thing. When you think about doing the right thing, you determine what option is the “right” one based on your personality, morals, and beliefs. You may have many options in front of you, but you must eliminate some options that do not represent who you are. Once you have narrowed it down to two options, it is up to you to determine what is right. Do the right thing.

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Detached Concern

I am a leadership consultant. When people call me into their organization, they call me at the highest level. I always start with the CEO, Senior Pastor, and so on.…

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Danielle Pearce

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of C3 Kawana Waters

I am a leadership consultant. When people call me into their organization, they call me at the highest level. I always start with the CEO, Senior Pastor, and so on. People tell me, in confidence, things that are very private and intimate. If I am not careful, all of those become “heavy weights” in my life as they have major implications. With that, I constantly practice “detached concern.” Here is how this applies to you.

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Think Solutions

I want to talk to you about "Think Solutions." You got to where you are as a leader because you brought solutions to somebody. At one time, I was a…

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Peter Mortlock

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of City Impact Church

I want to talk to you about “Think Solutions.” You got to where you are as a leader because you brought solutions to somebody. At one time, I was a solution as a janitor, then I was a solution as a cook, and so on and so forth. Every leader’s trajectory is built on one thing, they provided solutions. Here is how to focus on bringing solutions, and avoiding the negatives.

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Handling Disappointments and Setbacks

I have not met a leader that has not experienced disappointment or has been setback. In fact, the more you grow in leadership and the bigger your organization becomes, your…

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Benny Perez

Guest Leader: Lead Pastor at Church LV

I have not met a leader that has not experienced disappointment or has been setback. In fact, the more you grow in leadership and the bigger your organization becomes, your disappointments and setbacks intensify. So how do you overcome, negotiate, and navigate through these struggles? Join me to take the following steps.

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Staying Married

I have two words that may not be applied to everybody: stay married. If you are not married and you plan to one day, this may be applicable to you.…

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Sandy Scheer

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor at Guts Church in Tulsa, OK

I have two words that may not be applied to everybody: stay married. If you are not married and you plan to one day, this may be applicable to you. If you are married, stay married. I have seen marriages affect leaderships in positive and negative ways. Staying married is significant and this is why.

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Connecting on the Human Level

In our society, the highest level of communication among human beings is between husband and wife. When you see them and you do not really know them, you do not…

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James Merritt

Guest Leader: Lead Pastor of Cross Pointe Church in Duluth, GA

In our society, the highest level of communication among human beings is between husband and wife. When you see them and you do not really know them, you do not connect based on their social standing. Connection is based on the human level. Let us look into why this type of connection is essential.

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