How Profiling Leaders Can Make You a Better Leader, with Scott McClelland – EM257

How Profiling Leaders Can Make You a Better Leader, with Scott McClelland – EM257

Failure as a leader doesn't need to define us. In fact, early failure can lead to growth. Listen as Scott McClelland of FX Missions shares from his experience and explains what leadership profiles are.

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What We Talked About

  • How do the leaders we follow influence us?
  • What's up with a book on Lincon's leadership?
  • What can Scott offer us from 25 years of studying leadership?

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How to Be a Mobilizer in the World of Missions, with Bevin Ginder – EM256

How to Be a Mobilizer in the World of Missions, with Bevin Ginder – EM256

Obeying Jesus’ commands is important if you want to be His disciple. One of those is to go into all the world and share the Good News. Bevin Ginder joins the show to talk about mobilization and its role in the Great Commission. For him, whenever he is working with other believers, he is discipling.

Growing up on the mission field, Bevin felt called to be a mobilizer through a dream, a concert, and a class. Now, he and his wife live in Cambodia and serve as leaders with Youth With a Mission (YWAM). His hope is to see churches learn how to send out missionaries and join in God’s work all over the world.

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What We Talked About

If I’m working with other believers, I’m discipling them. – @globalcast Click To Tweet
  • [00:24] – Episode summary
  • [01:33] – Thanks to our sponsor – Megavoice
  • [02:51] – Introduction
  • [03:38] – How did ministry get started for you?
  • [05:10] – Moving from vision to passion
  • [07:10] – What does it mean to be a missions mobilizer?
  • [08:42] – Connecting mobilizing and discipleship
  • [10:06] – Fulfilling the role in every church
  • [11:02] – The state of vision casting in the US
  • [14:16] – Seeing the value of others
  • [15:32] – What needs to happen to send more people?
  • [17:18] – Forming a mindset of missions
  • [19:38] – How do you bridge the gap?
  • [22:50] – Transforming how we view the world
  • [25:06] – Creating a sense of ownership
  • [26:59] – Moving from manipulation to ministry
  • [28:48] – How can we best pray for you?
  • [31:04] – Closing thoughts

To be a disciple is to obey the commands of Christ, and one of those commands is, ‘Go make disciples of all nations.

Bevin Ginder

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The Leadership Journey of William Carey, with Scott McClelland – EM55b

The Leadership Journey of William Carey, with Scott McClelland – EM55b

What can we learn from leaders past and present? Quite a bit, as it turns out. Scott McClelland shares a leadership profile of William Carey's leadership journey and how it's impacted him as a leader.

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How To Best Love God and Muslim Neighbors, with Gregory – EM255

How To Best Love God and Muslim Neighbors, with Gregory – EM255

When the Church is obeying Jesus, communities and neighborhoods become better. Our guest, Gregory (pseudonym), shares about his ministry in Cyprus, which includes a church, a coffee shop, and a ministry training school. He cares deeply about sharing the Gospel to the Muslim world.

Over the last few years, Gregory has co-led a church in Cyprus and trained students at Exile Ministry Training. Part of that training includes making and selling coffee and wine in the community. This allows students to learn about business and to reach out to the community. Gregory talks about his thankfulness for God’s faithfulness and His willingness to use him in Cyprus.

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What We Talked About

It’s by God’s mercy that we have the privilege to serve. – Gregory Click To Tweet
  • [00:23] – Episode summary
  • [02:05] – An ongoing desire to be in ministry
  • [02:24] – Why Cyprus?
  • [03:21] – Seasons of doubt and renewed faith
  • [06:30] – How did your experience shape you?
  • [07:47] – The origin story of ministry
  • [10:31] – Impacting the community at large
  • [12:53] – What has been your greatest challenge?
  • [14:04] – Equipping others to serve the Muslim world
  • [18:13] – For those who are skeptical of monasticism
  • [25:06] – Appreciating the deep goodness of Jesus
  • [27:11] – How is the school structured?
  • [32:00] – How can we best pray for you?
  • [34:17] – Closing thoughts

I think a reasonable question for any church to ask is, ‘Is my neighborhood better because the Church is in it?'

Gregory (Pen Name)

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Heart Healthy Hustle and How to Trust God in the Risks, with Jonathan Frederick – EM254

Heart Healthy Hustle and How to Trust God in the Risks, with Jonathan Frederick – EM254

God loves to use each person’s gifts to lead others to Jesus. Our guest today, Jonathan Frederick, has an entrepreneurial podcast that he sees as ministry. On his show, he interviews different types of people and works to show them God’s love.

Jonathan shares about his desire to be fully who God wants him to be. He also talks about his struggles of fitting in and how that’s influenced his life. Sometimes, taking risks can be scary, but God gives us strength to do it. Jonathan reminds us of that on this episode.

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What We Talked About

Following the Lord is actually going to provide you with the life that’s far more abundant than anything else. – @hustleyourtweet Click To Tweet
  • [00:24] – Episode summary
  • [02:06] – How do the pieces fit together?
  • [04:10] – Podcasting, videography, and consistency
  • [05:11] – Opening up doors for relationship
  • [11:51] – Following the Lord’s leading
  • [16:55] – Why were you afraid to win?
  • [18:21] – What keeps you going when things are hard?
  • [21:10] – Transitioning to being proactive
  • [24:47] – Who is your show for?
  • [26:25] – How can we best pray for you?
  • [27:31] – Engaging Missions updates

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The Great Surprise: Finding Hope in the Gospel, with Marcus Rose – EM253

The Great Surprise: Finding Hope in the Gospel, with Marcus Rose – EM253

Marcus Rose, Church Planter in Berlin

Growing up in East Germany, Marcus Rose saw Jesus work in his family and in the country. When he was fifteen, he felt a call to ministry while Germany was still divided by the wall. Four years later, Marcus and other believers went to schools around town to share the Gospel to people.

As Germany changed, Marcus experienced a crisis of faith. He wasn’t sure how to keep following God’s call. Eventually, in Thailand, he re-committed his life to God.

Since then, Marcus has been planting house churches and discipling believers in Germany and across Europe. He sees discipleship as an important part of ministry. He hopes to grow in boldness as he continues to obey Jesus and His call.

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What We Talked About

The Gospel has to be shared. That was the first thing that I saw. – Marcus Rose Click To Tweet
  • [00:24] – Episode summary
  • [01:54] – A time before the wall came down
  • [05:03] – Facing a crisis of faith
  • [08:16] – Experiencing the changes in Germany
  • [09:47] – What led you to Thailand?
  • [12:39] – How did that shape what you are doing now?
  • [16:23] – Learning to love difficult people
  • [18:01] – Focusing on the fruit of the Spirit
  • [20:35] – The difference between fruit and success
  • [27:59] – Multiplication needs discipleship
  • [33:15] – How can we best pray for you?
  • [36:26] – Closing thoughts

I might be out on the other side of the world, but people live out Matthew 28 in a way I had, in all my naivete, tried to reach out when I was a teenager.

Marcus Rose

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