Too many leaders are burning out or bailing out. They are trying to find answers for the many challenges that exist such as motivating an overworked staff or solving problems for members who are overwhelmed with life.
Does that describe you and your situation? Are you tired of seminars and books on leadership that overload you with great information but leave you frustrated because you don’t know what to do first or where to begin? C4M may be the help you have been looking for.
Since 1966, David Robinson has been developing leaders, building teams, and finding solutions in both the church and the marketplace. Please take a few minutes to look through our website. If you think we may be able to help, please contact us. After many years of pastoral and marketplace experience, David’s life is dedicated to coaching people just like you to see their vision become a reality.
Phone | 847-417-8234
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Transforming Your City is all about Marketplace Leadership.
I share a view that this whole effort we call Christianity today was started by a small business owner named Jesus. He recruited 12 marketplace men when He could have gone to the elite religious training center of his day and chosen the top twelve theological students to be on His first world evangelism team. Most of the men He chose would not pass the membership exam of most churches today because, according to the book of Acts, they were unlearned and ignorant men. They certainly would not be invited to fill a pulpit or join the local ministerial association.
After traveling almost a decade, working full-time with Christian leaders in the church and marketplace, I have found that most people cannot defend the faith they claim to believe and are not comfortable sharing their faith when opportunities present themselves.
The purpose of Transforming Your City is to help us to go on a strategic and planned offense. Rather than staying hunkered in the bunker, we must plunge ourselves into the fray, swords wielding. Too many of us are sitting around waiting for instructions or the permission to act on what we already know to do, but have forgotten. When was the last time you went into the enemy’s camp and took what didn’t belong to him?
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