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Just like our physical heart muscle that can be vibrant and healthy or dark and unhealthy, our spiritual heart displays the same healthy or unhealthy characteristics. And just like our physically unhealthy heart will look and behave differently than our physically healthy heart, our spiritual heart condition is also revealed by various external behaviors and attitudes. There are three critical questions that help us determine the spiritual condition of our heart. Today’s Leadership Conversations with Phyllis Hennecy Hendry will explore these questions and more!

NBA Coach Lionel Hollins: Success and Overcoming Adversity Part 2

Never take shortcuts

Podcast | May 30, 2019

Lionel Hollins is an American basketball coach and a former professional basketball player. Drafted out of Arizona State University, he played for the Portland Trail Blazers. After retiring from playing professional basketball, he had a successful career coaching teams like the Memphis Grizzlies and Brooklyn Nets.

In today's podcast Coach Hollins is sharing all of the life lessons he learned from being a player, being a coach, and from watching other coaches and players. Today's message is about consequences of our choices, commitment, and not taking shortcuts to success.

Lionel Hollins is an American basketball coach and a former professional basketball player. Drafted out of Arizona State University, he played for the Portland Trail Blazers. After retiring from playing professional basketball, he had a successful career coaching teams like the Memphis Grizzlies and Brooklyn Nets.

Jon Gordon's best-selling books and talks have inspired readers and audiences around the world. His principles have been put to the test by numerous Fortune 500 companies, professional and college sports teams, school districts, hospitals, and non-profits. He is the author of 17 books including multiple best-sellers: The Energy Bus, The Carpenter, Training Camp, You Win in the Locker Room First, The Power of Positive Leadership and The Power of a Positive Team. 

John Bryson: Allow them to FAIL

Podcast | March 14, 2019

John Bryson is a lead pastor of Fellowship Memphis. He is also the author and presenter of College Ready and a lead writer and co-presenter of 33 Series Men's Bible Study.

In today's episode John talks about the importance of allowing children to fail in order to grow them into resilient adults. In the second part of our podcast John talks about Biblical definition of manhood, and what it means to be a serving leader as a husband and as a father.

Kevin McGeorge: Young Leaders Value Mentoring and Coaching

Bridging Trust

Podcast | December 10, 2018

Kevin McGeorge is a young leader and a member of privately owned equity group. In today’s podcast, Kevin shares touching personal stories about learning to trust Jesus through life's ups and downs. Passionate about the importance of mentoring, Kevin speaks out about the biggest leadership challenge he believes young leaders face today: trust and how mentoring and coaching can help bridge that gap.

By receiving and extending mentoring, Kevin has learned a lot about the need to help others understand WHO they are in Jesus and help them see their God-given value.  

Scott Limerick is a Church Relationship Manager at Compassion International. In today's podcast Scott shares his personal story of growing up in extreme poverty and learning later in life that he was conceived during a date rape. Scott shares boldly about ways his past wounds helped him embrace God's love and compassion and become the man and leader he is today. 

Randy Odom is the President / CEO of Memphis Athletic Ministries (MAM). Founded in 1998, MAM exists to coach, grow, and lead the youth of Memphis by helping them discover their identity in Christ and their purpose in the community. MAM’s vision is to see identity found, hope restored, and lives changed.

In today's episode Randy shares his personal story of being a young man who desperately needed help and direction, and how two athletic coaches embraced him and helped change the trajectory of his life, all in the name of Jesus.

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