Contrasting Peter and Paul in Leadership with Gary and Traci Carson – LM0196

Gary and Traci joined us to contrast the apostolic ministries of Peter and Paul. 

Have you ever thought about that? Two pinnacles of leadership from biblical history, so different, and sometimes with tension between them. 

  • What can we learn? 
  • How can we cooperate with others as a result of what we can learn here?
  •  Can you say “anger management”? 

Join us to be edified, and thanks to Gary and Traci.  

Reach them with questions or feedback at https://www.voiceofthetrumpet.org/

Wade Taylor Part 2 – LM0195

If you’re not familiar with the life and leadership of Wade Taylor, hopefully this will start you on your quest to get familiar. An author, spiritual leader and mentor, bible school founder, and man with spiritual depth that challenges you in a way that makes you more hungry for God, that’s my experience with Wade Taylor.

Traci Carson, from Voice of the Trumpet Ministries, who knew Wade personally, joins us to discuss his leadership legacy in this two part series. Don’t miss it!

Learn more: https://wadetaylor.org/

Wade Taylor Part 1 – LM0194

If you’re not familiar with the life and leadership of Wade Taylor, hopefully this will start you on your quest to get familiar. An author, spiritual leader and mentor, bible school founder, and man with spiritual depth that challenges you in a way that makes you more hungry for God, that’s my experience with Wade Taylor.

Traci Carson, from Voice of the Trumpet Ministries, who knew Wade personally, joins us to discuss his leadership legacy in this two part series. Don’t miss it!

Learn more: https://wadetaylor.org/

Timmy Ost and Leadership Stories of Pioneering for the Gospel in Mexico – LM0193

Join Timmy Ost and Scott McClelland as they peel back the onion on his family’s historic leadership and pioneering efforts for the Gospel in Mexico, beginning with his grandfather, Daniel Ost. The one who steps out, that’s the leader, which is exactly what the Ost’s have been doing since the 1950s and continue to do. You’ll be challenged.