This summer we experienced upheaval regarding race in our country and around the world. Do you believe the Christian workplace should be the model for racial healing amid civil unrest? Well, today's episode highlights a multicultural workplace that is doing just that. Listen now to learn how.
Normally, I’m joined on the podcast by one guest. Today, I’m honored and grateful to welcome two guests—two tremendous leaders serving one, dynamic multicultural church outside Baltimore, Maryland. In the next few minutes, we're going to talk about a historic challenge and opportunity facing the church in America right now. Their ministry perspective, their stories, their devotion to love, and serve Jesus Christ will inspire you like nothing else.
I want to welcome in Frank Eastham, Chief Operating Officer, and Tim Samuel, Chief Financial Officer for Bridgeway Community Church, in the Columbia and Owings Mills regions outside of Baltimore, Maryland. Frank, Tim, thanks for joining me here on the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
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In this episode, I am joined by a senior pastor that has led one of the most significant culture transformations in our history. Listen now to hear the story.
It’s my pleasure to welcome to the microphone Aaron Couch, lead pastor of Southeast Christian Church in Parker, Colorado.
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In today's episode, I interview strategist Will Mancini on the importance of clarity. As a Christian leader are you intentionally living your life by design, discipling by design, and networking by design? Listen in to gain clarity that will advance your calling and leadership.
It’s my pleasure to welcome in Will Mancini, Founder of Future Church Co.
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No matter what leadership role we're in, we should be thinking about succession. Listen in as Peter Greer describes the seven practices to navigate mission-critical leadership transitions.
It gives me great joy to welcome in one of our most popular guests on the Flourishing Culture Podcast, the President and CEO of HOPE International, Peter Greer. Peter, so good to see you.
I’m looking at a fresh copy of the new book you’ve co-authored with Doug Fagerstrom, who is CEO of Marketplace Chaplains. The title of your book is Succession: Seven Practices to Navigate Mission-Critical Leadership Transitions. Congratulations on the book.
Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/do-you-have-a-gr…plan-peter-greer/