017 – Roy Johnson, Executive Director of Lads to Leaders (L2L), joins us to share the rich and beautiful history of L2L. Roy discusses the development of the program from small beginnings to its national level. He also talks about how the whole church benefits when older men and women work with the younger generation. For more information, contact Roy at email@example.com, or at their website http://www.lads2leaders.com.
Month: March 2020
Challenges abound when we look at the relationship of young ministers and elders within the church. As we conclude our discussion with Phil Sanders from the Search for the Lord’s Way television program, Phil shares sage advice to young preachers about their relationship with elders along with practical advice for elders to consider in preparing the next generation to lead.
In today’s saltCast, we visit with Bret McCasland, speaker for Key to the Kingdom broadcast. Bret discusses the history of Key to the Kingdom and the influence of this program through mass media outlets, such as television, cable, Roku, social media sites, and more. Bret shares the philosophy behind Key to the Kingdom and its national outreach. Learn more at their website: http://www.keytothekingdom.com/.
As we continue to discuss leadership and ministry, Phil Sanders talks with us about major leadership influences in his 50 years of ministry. Phil discusses problems leaders deal with in the church today and he provides valuable information about the influence of culture in the church versus the church’s influence in culture.
We are blessed to spend time with Phil Sanders from the Search for the Lord’s Way program this week. Phil discusses his journey into television ministry and his work with the Search program. He also shares with us the growth and development of the program and how listeners can benefit from material on their website. Please listen in today and visit http://searchtv.org/ to learn more.
Leaders need passion in every area of leadership, but it is challenging. Darren Hardy describes what he calls, “Four Passion Switches.” The ideas align with the passion demonstrated in the life of the apostle Paul. Join Bob as he discusses how the example of Paul’s passion inspires leaders today to be passionate in their leadership.