Season 4: Episode 2 | The Place of Our Own Conversion

Ruth and Steve jump right into the story of Moses and we learn why he is such a great guide for those who are in leadership. Ruth and Steve explore some of the common family of origin issues that tend to negatively affect a leader’s life. And Ruth will guide you in finding your own place of conversion, providing hope for leaders in and out of ministry context. Learn why solitude is a key discipline for the extroverted and introverted leader. Put down your gun. We conclude by the call to lay down your arms.

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Mentioned in this episode:

Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership (Chapter 2)
The intro and outro music is “Kingdom Come” by Aaron Niequist

Strengthen the Soul of Your Team!

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