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Listen to Dr. Sharon Johnson discuss the L2: Learn Lead project. As a John maxwell Coach, Dr. Johnson has the opportunity to host this event at the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Pembroke Pines. The event will feature 3 speakers; Dr. John C Maxwell, Linda Kaplan Thater, and Tim Sanders.
Please visit http://l2johnmaxwell.com to find an event near you. Contact Dr. Sharon at 954-802-8515 to attend the event. Send an email to email@example.com
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This week on Wednesday Night with NFLFemale, we'll be talking to Bob Solomon, writer of "A Glove Of Their Own" and his mission of helping kids through sports. Then Official Fan Reporter for the Kansas City Chiefs, Neta Davis joins us along with Kansas City sports radio host, TJ Carpenter, to talk about the Chiefs, their off season moves, and where the team is headed in 2014. Join us!
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Lead-generation can be time-consuming and expensive, but LandVoice hopes to change that with an innovative approach to providing leads for expireds, FSBO's, Just Listed/Just Solds, PreForeclosures, and more! We're joined by Shaun Farr from LandVoice to discuss their affordable lead generation products.
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Join us on the broadcast for Sunday's message entitled: "He Took My Place." Indeed Jesus took our place of being condemned unto death. The message of Jesus Christ speaks volumes of deep compassion, and love. The reality of Jesus' love show forth for surpassing greatness of His power toward us.To the uttermost God is worthy of our praise for all He's done for us. Tune in and be blessed.
The biggest rap battle of all time happened almost two decades ago and ended with two unsolved murders. But this was much more as it reached from coast to coast and had people picking sides. People who didn't even like rap were drawn and politicians even spoke up. But to many they represented those in America who had no voice we go inside and discuss not only the battle but the affect and legacy of it
With medical marijuana approved in more states each year and recreational use legalized in Colorado and Washington, experts are concerned that more teens may use the drug because they believe it's safe.
A Feb. 25 study published in the International Journal of Drug Policy found that about 10 percent of high school students who would otherwise be at a low risk for picking up a pot-smoking habit -- which includes those who don't smoke cigarettes, students with strong religious beliefs and those with non-marijuana smoking friends -- say they would use marijuana if it was legal.
For high school seniors alone, the shift would make up a 5.6 percent absolute increase in lifetime pot use prevalence. About 45.6 percent of high school seniors admitted to smoking pot in the study, meaning that legalization would increase that number to 51.2 percent.
The data was pulled from the Monitoring the Future survey, which was a nationally-representative survey of students in the eighth, 10th and 12th grade. The students were polled from 2007 to 2011, before recreational marijuana use was legalized in Colorado and Washington following the November 2012 elections.
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The Washington Nationals let a 6-0 lead slip away as the Miami Marlins rallied late and won it in the ninth on a walk-off single to left by bench bat Jeff Baker. 7-6 final in Marlins Park.
The New Earth and Golden Age needs new leaders. Many women are feeling the call or tug to step into new roles in our communities. The Sisters, Patti, Anoki, Yohanny, Yavonne, Robin and our newest Sister, Taylor, discuss the recent changes and shifts in their lives and how it all seems to be pointing to our "stepping out" or perhaps "stepping in" to lead in whatever ways we can. With full awareness that "leadership" in this new paradigm will not come from politicians, higher ups and muckity mucks, but from the grassroots, the choice to lead becomes a choice every single human can make. What does it mean to be a leader in our changing world and paradigm? Why do we hesitate when we know so much is at stake? What is at the root of our resistance? The Sisters dig deep for their own answers.
A pastor is more than a pastor. He is a leader, accountable to his flock as well as to the Lord for his actions. A person who God has caused to pastor needs to understand exactly what that position requires. Some choose to enter pastoral positions for the money. Some enter it for the prestige that comes with the position.
Being a pastor is more than just telling your flock, 'Thus saith the Lord." It has more to do with learning how to lead and having the proper mentality toward leadership.
Church leaders, especially pastors, need to be equipped with the right tools to lead. To help us with this topic, we will be talking with Dr. Dee Stokes of Dee Stokes Ministries, Inc.
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Christ Is Waiting to Lead You; Ephesians Sermon 9A
SHOW NOTES: Our topic is, “Lead. Follow. Or, get out of the way.”
Who originated this quote? Thomas Paine? US General George S. Patton?
What does the quote mean? That we must take responsibility for those instances when we are driven to lead with our vision. We must invest the time and resources to define, refine and communicate our vision to others. We have to ensure that we are treating ourselves and others with kindness and respect.
We should be leaders, followers and those who get out of the way at different times in our lives. When we are followers, we must take responsibility and refuse all offers for us to lead. We are in this role to balance our lives and must insist that others understand and accept that. When the role of follower is excessive (in terms of time or other resources), we must take responsibility for our decision to get out of the way. We should not feel obligated to everything. It is healthy to “get out of the way” when we decide that an endeavor is not for us.
CAUTION: If you think that you are “the leader” in everything in your life (work, family, hobbies, etc.), you are not. You are a micro-managing person (aka control freak). You are not driven by visionary leadership but instead are making poor choices out of a loss of control and/ or fear of failure.
If you think that you are a follower in everything in life (work, family, hobbies, etc.) you are not. You are driven by self-doubt and insecurity and are hiding your visionary leadership goals from yourself and everyone else.
Let’s explore how we lead, follow and get out of the way in a joyful and balanced life!