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NEW PODCAST: The Power to Bless with Alan Wright

NEW PODCAST: The Power to Bless with Alan Wright

Pastor Alan and Chris continue their discussion on Alan’s new book, The Power to Bless, and reflect on Alan’s childhood and what he learned...

We Long to Be Seen

We Long to Be Seen

Jesus sees you. He really sees you. He sees everything about you. Jesus sees you and loves you. And, because he sees you and...

The Importance of Being Mentored

The Importance of Being Mentored

In my life I have had many people who have taken special interest in me and, in turn, have shaped the leader and person...

John Maxwell on Leadership

John Maxwell on Leadership

John C. Maxwell is a No. 1 New York Times bestselling author, coach and speaker who has sold more than 24 million books in...

The End of Your Strength

The End of Your Strength

If the last year has taught us anything it’s that we aren’t in control of very much.

So much of our best-laid-plans have been adjusted,...

You Are Not Your Idea

You Are Not Your Idea

What was your best idea?

If you think back on your leaders, which great idea were you the most excited about?

Which idea, as you look...

[PODCAST] Seeking the Kingdom, an Interview Saturate OC’s Jessi Green

[PODCAST] Seeking the Kingdom, an Interview Saturate OC’s Jessi Green

In this final episode of the “Kingdom Logic” season, Esther and Elizabeth interview Saturate OC’s Jessi Green.  

They discuss what radically following Jesus...

Calling is About Alignment

Calling is About Alignment

Every time I hear someone reflect on the moment of their calling it seems so magical.

The skies opened. A light fell on them from...

How Working Less Makes You a Better Leader

How Working Less Makes You a Better Leader

It’s January and you know what that means!

New goals. New commitments. New possibilities.

A new year always comes with a vow, a promise, to work...

A Roadmap to Resetting Your Vision

A Roadmap to Resetting Your Vision

It might be the first important question any of us are ever asked.

Most of the questions of childhood are mundane: “Would you like more...

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