Terry Linhart is joined by three leadership coaches to discuss the themes about Christian leadership that emerge from his book, The Self-Aware Leader.
Terry and Michael welcome back Mark Matlock to the show. Mark was the first ever guest on 37 the Podcast, on March 3, 2015. For many years, Mark served as president of Youth Specialties and he transitioned in 2016 to become president of Wisdom Works and work in an advisory role to many prominent Christian organizations in America, including the Barna Group. He serves on the board of the American Bible Society and is the author of numerous books, including Real World Parents, Ideas for Parents, and Raising Wise Children. Mark talks about what it takes to transition well and why it’s so difficult for Christian leaders.
Helen Lee is the marketing director at InterVarsity Press. She got her start in ministry leadership with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She has an MBA from Babson College in entrepreneurship. Helen has more than two decades of publishing experience in the Christian market, beginning as a reporter and then an editor at Christianity Today. She is the author of The Missional Mom and the co-editor of Growing Healthy Asian American Churches. [Read more…]
In this episode, Terry uses the story of THE SELF-AWARE LEADER, a book that took 11 years and 5 months to be published from first proposal, to share tips, insights, and resources for those who have a dream of getting published.
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Elle Campbell and her husband Kenny, are founders of Stuff You Can Use.They have been doing youth ministry for over twenty combined years. They got their start at a church called The Chapel in Buffalo, NY, where they started as volunteers, but eventually joined The Chapel’s Middle School Ministry staff full-time
In 2010, they launched Stuff You Can Use with just the two of them, a handful of resources, and a Twitter account. Their goal was to share some of the things we had created with the rest of the youth ministry community, and to make those resources as high-quality and easy-to-use as possible.