Why You Should Dream Big for 2018 and Beyond

dream big for 2018

  by Adrion Porter   As we enter into a new year – now is the time for us to really think about our goals, and what we want for 2018 and the years ahead. But as we establish our personal treasure map and blueprint for success – it’s important that we’re very careful to […]

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Setting Godly Goals: 7-Day Growth Plan on iDisciple

setting godly goals

  Kick off 2018 by Setting Godly Goals with iDisciple’s Exclusive 7-day Growth Plan! It’s a new year, which means you have probably started to set some goals. We’ve compiled some great content on setting goals, following your plans, and being open to where God is leading you this year. Check out the trailer below!     […]

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Episode 011: Clay Scroggins on Leading Without Authority

Clay Scroggins

  On the latest episode of the iDisciple Podcast, iDisciple CEO David Henriksen is joined by Clay Scroggins, the lead pastor of one of the largest congregations in America, North Point Community Church. Clay will be sharing with us stories from his early days in ministry working under great leaders such as Andy Stanley and […]

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Episode 008: Boyd Bailey on Seeking Wisdom

boyd bailey on seeking wisdom

  On this episode of the iDisciple Podcast, iDisciple CEO David Henriksen is joined by a good friend of the iDisciple family, Wisdom Hunters founder Boyd Bailey. Boyd breaks down the importance of applying biblical wisdom to our everyday lives, introduces his latest devotional book, and shares with us some of the insight he has […]

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Becoming an Unhurried Leader

Becoming an Unhurried Leader

  By Alan Fadling Hurried leadership makes me think of a childhood toy called a Chinese finger trap. This long, narrow cylinder is often woven from bamboo strips. A child puts a finger from one hand into one end and a finger from the other hand in the other end and pulls. The trap tightens […]

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Are You Really a Leader of Integrity?

Leadership Excellence

By Pat Williams You’ve probably heard that a key characteristic of a good leader is integrity. But what does that actually mean? The word integrity is widely used and widely misunderstood. The origin of the word integrity helps to make the meaning clear. The word comes from the Latin integer, which means “whole” or “complete.” […]

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‘Onefluence’ seeks to empower Millenials

Tim Elmore

Tim Elmore’s Latest Assignment Focuses on the Future of Leadership By Duane Cross ATLANTA — Dr. Tim Elmore has a little Steve Jobs in him. While Elmore isn’t a titan in Silicon Valley, he is earnestly focused on the next big thing: Onefluence. Jobs once said, “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can […]

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“Am I Still Relevant?”

Brad Lomenick

Brad Lomenick Moves from Catalyst Stage to Leadership Stage A TLANTA — Depending on when you initially met Brad Lomenick, he could have been a cowpoke on a ranch. Or a consultant. Or with John Maxwell. Or with Catalyst. Seasons change — and so has Lomenick. iDisciple sat down with Lomenick to dive into identity, […]

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