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From the US Navy, to investment banking, to healthcare for jails and detention centers - Justin Searle has approached each leadership opportunity with a service mindset. He cares about serving...Listen Now
What if instead of the topic of race only creating intensely heated or shamefully hushed conversations, there was an environment where those conversations could become catalysts for the kind of growth that bridges racial divides? UNDIVIDED is the manifestation of that hope. In today’s episode, Chuck Mingo, founder of UNDIVIDED, explains what racism looks like today and how it hurts everyone. We talk about things from second hand smoke, to prison, to monks, and Babylon…and how all of these things relate to race.
Mark Heasman recently started his 6th role as CEO when he was appointed as Group Chief Executive at the Community Interest Company “Provide”. Employing over 1000 healthcares workers in Essex in the UK and providing services to the community of over 1.4 million people through a network of a dozen businesses across the group. His experience in leadership is like stumbling upon a treasure chest full of nuggets of wisdom. He even talks about his experience serving Prince Charles (THE Prince Charles) and his family’s experience on a reality tv show in the UK.
In this interview, Steve shares the importance of serving the interests of others before our own and how that value was planted in Tim Tebow’s heart at the young age of 15. We talk about how to say ‘yes’ to God immediately when He calls us to do something. This is exemplified in Tim and his father through a story about how his father purchased 4 girls in order to rescue them from being trafficked. This is a conversation that will inspire you and challenge you beyond your comfort zone.
Today, Gary is a national award-winning, syndicated cartoonist for Creators Syndicate, along with being a speaker and filmmaker. But Gary’s journey has not been easy. He is a college dropout and persevered through 16 years of rejection before becoming an editorial cartoonist, a title few artists can claim. Through his faith and grit, he was not only able to be an editorial cartoonist but he was inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame in 2015. His story is one of tenacity and faith that I know will inspire you.
What started out as an opportunity 3 men saw to serve their community and give to missions has grown into a company that has now given over $10 million away to global missions work and provided over 2,500 homes for low-income families. But, it started with a borrowed office in a basement and one contract. This is a story of lives changed forever not from the glamorous entrepreneurial life, but because of constant, faithful grinding over decades. This is true business as missions.
Imagine graduating in 2008 during a great recession with a Masters of Divinity degree, newly married to a husband who also just graduated with a theology degree, and neither of you have jobs. What do you do? How are you going to pay the bills? And how do you deal with the fact that the dreams you had are not going to happen now? This is where Michaela found herself in 2008 and where Long Winter Media was born.
The 7 Pillars of Impact
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