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Our friend Joe Carmichael has been serving the Lord for over 40 years in fulltime ministry. In that time, he has learned much and can share some experiences in regard to generosity, including why and how it has changed. Join us for today’s show and find out how you should adjust to changing times, as Joe has.
Joe was born in Enterprise, Alabama, the only town in the world that has a monument glorifying an insect! Right there in the middle of the town is the Boll Weevil Monument - that's a story you'll have to get him to tell you. Over the years, Joe has served several United Methodist churches. In 1998, Joe and his wife Pam were assigned to the Mansfield area to plant a church that would become known as Community of Hope. His passion is to create a culturally relevant bridge that invites people to walk across and follow Christ. His animated preaching style will have you laughing as you consider the life that Christ offers.
Join Mike and Tom as they discuss the REAL meaning of generosity:
Generosity is more than talk but the demonstration, and that real tangibility of faith moving from abstract to concrete as it really overcomes that massive devastation that’s left in all of us, worse than a tornado out of a summer night sky is what selfishness does to the soul, and when you see that counteracted in the life of people because the grace of God’s bright-living reality in them of a generosity that goes beyond nears human sentiment, but really to an inverse way of living in this thing called, ‘The Kingdom of God’. That’s exciting.
Join Mike and Tom as they discuss the REAL meaning of generosity:
The adjectives generosity, missional, organic, relevant, contemporary, the dangerous they could be sort of painted over a shellac on to just about any kind of activity, and it’s so much deeper than the words and so much more needed than just talking about it. That’s what really has me fired up about today, as we talk about those practical ways that God’s people are demonstrating His character, and really living out the discipline of generosity and as an expression of faith, as an expression of love for God Almighty through His son, Jesus Christ of a response to the incredible generosity God has shown us,
Join the conversation with Missy Calvert coauthor of "Stories of the Generous Life" and the first in a series about generous giving with a greater purpose.
About the Guest
Missy Calvert is the senior editor of Sisterhood Magazine and the coauthor of Stories of the Generous Life. She has a B.A. in journalism and mass communications and a minor in creative writing from Kansas State University. Missy has long had a passion for writing, and she believes stories have the power to inspire, encourage and even change lives. She lives and writes in Kansas City, Kan., where she hopes to use her words to bring God glory.
Check out Missy's Blog.
Read more about personal stories for generous giving in The Generous Life: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Generousity
Join the conversation as we invite Frank Brown, a 25 year pilot, entrepreneur and legacy giver as he shares some insight, thought leadership and success stories for how he moved from being grounded in his giving to soaring with a greater purpose.
About the Guest
When Frank hands strangers a $50 bill, some cry, others give him a hug and thank him in disbelief, but Frank just smiles and and tells them to give thanks to Jesus. It is His money Frank tells them with great joy. Frank has a vibrant passion for giving generously and creating a giving legacy with great joy. Frank was not always a joyful giver, but listen in as he shares what moved him from standing on the sidelines to become a cheerful giver.
Read more about his story and others in The Generous Life: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Generousity
Join the conversation as we invite Gary Venable, CEO at All Systems Design as he shares some insight, thought leadership and success stories for helping develop and grow companies, churches and schools around the world.
About the Guest
Instead of giving him the whole picture at once, God led Gary Venable into generousity one step at a time. As Gary and his wife, Jan, have stepped into greater obedience, they have see the ripple effect generosity has on themeselves an others.
Gary, CEO at All Systems Designed Solutions first discovered his passion for India during a short-term missions trips. The Venables have since helped establish businesses, churches, and Christian schools in Hindu villages.
Read more about his story the book Stories of the Generous Life: Ordinary People. Extraordinary Generosity.
Each person should do as he has decided in his heart, not out of regret or out of necessity, for God loves a cheerful giver. 2 Corinthians 9:7
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The idea of being generous is not a popular one in business, especially when things get tight financially. And yet, being generous is one of the energies that creates far beyond anything we can possibly give.
When we get past the ideas that it costs us, or that it's selfish not to be generous (even when we don't feel like being generous!) we can move into a new energy where being generous is a contribution to everything we would like to create.
Ashton Kutcher's definition of sexy is 'Be smart, be thoughtful, be generous.' So I wonder what that could create for you if you started to play with it? Generosity comes in many forms, not just money. Are you ready to explore the generosity of spirit you didn't know you have?
THE WHISTLER - 1942 / 1955
The Whistler was a radio mystery anthology that debuted on CBS Radio on May 16, 1942. The show was heard only on the West Coast and had Signal Oil as the main sponsor. The show centered on a character called "The Whistler," the mysterious narrator of various murder stories.
The role was given to popular radio announcer Bill Forman, although there were occasions where the other personalities like Marvin Miller, Bill Johnstone, Gale Gordon, Everett Clarke, and Joseph Kearns took over. Despite the show being broadcast on the West Coast only, The Whistler was able to become one of the most popular and longest-running crime mystery dramas. It ended on September 22, 1955.
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Ever feel like you’re just doing life, or maybe life is doing you? Our Host Mike Stickler shares some insightful tips in developing a personal vision: a God-given, life inspiring, passionate reason to get up and serve others. Join us in this practical show that just may put some power and confidence back in your step.
Mike Stickler is an author, consultant, philanthropist, Pastor and founder of the worldwide organizations Generous Life and The Vision Group Ltd.
These two organizations offer Christian ministries and non-profits a Christian perspective while coaching leaders through some of their most challenging success. Mike is the author of over forty training videos and books, such as © 2013 A Journey to Generosity - 41 days to a Generous Life.
Join Emily Colson and Brett Fischer as they share the deep necessity in our culture to be more generous to children and adults with special needs. Through personal stories of love and generosity, both of our guests share a heartfelt true story.
Emily Colson is an author and speaker. Emily speaks to churches and organizations nationwide, and has appeared on numerous media outlets including Focus on the Family, the Huckabee Show, and Hallmark’s Home & Family. In her book Dancing with Max Emily and her father, Chuck Colson, shared the struggle and beauty of life with Max, Emily’s 23 year-old son who has autism.
Brett Fischer is the founder of Victory Lane Camp, a camp for families whom have children with a disability. Brett has been a pediatric physical therapist since 1997.
Today we host Dr. Ken Boa and discuss what it takes for a Christian to finish well in their life. In North America, we think finishing well means good health and secure retirement – but is it? Ken will help us understand what it takes to please God with our Generous Life as we cross into the final years of our lives and ministry endeavors.
Kenneth Boa is engaged in a ministry of relational evangelism and discipleship, teaching, writing, and speaking. He holds a B.S. from Case Institute of Technology, a Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary, a Ph.D. from New York University, and a D.Phil. from the University of Oxford in England.
Dr. Boa is the President of Reflections Ministries, an organization that seeks to encourage, teach, and equip people to know Christ, follow Him, become progressively conformed to His image, and reproduce His life in others.
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