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LeaderSpeak: Learning Curve

LeaderSpeak: Learning Curve

9 August 2012

This week on LeaderSpeak, Commissioner Jan Condon shares some mistakes she’s made in ministry, and the lessons she learned as a result....Read more

LeaderSpeak: Story

LeaderSpeak: Story

1 August 2012

Stories can challenge, inspire, and transform us. On this week’s episode of LeaderSpeak, Lt. Col. Mi...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Empowering our youth

LeaderSpeak: Empowering our youth

25 July 2012

“I really want to connect with our youth because I find that they inspire me and they motivate me.” ...Read more

LeaderSpeak: You do it

LeaderSpeak: You do it

18 July 2012

This week on LeaderSpeak, Commissioner Jan Condon uses the story of the loaves and fish to challenge...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Attitude

LeaderSpeak: Attitude

11 July 2012

In this weeks LeaderSpeak, Commissioner James Condon shares the secret to maintaining a positive att...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Multiculturalism

LeaderSpeak: Multiculturalism

4 July 2012

Drawing on her experiences at Auburn Salvation Army, Miriam Gluyas paints a picture of a vibrant mul...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Productivity

LeaderSpeak: Productivity

27 June 2012

Is productivity something which Christians should pursue? What does productivity look like in the ch...Read more

LeaderSpeak: The Status Quo

LeaderSpeak: The Status Quo

20 June 2012

Why do we do things the way we do? Colonel Wayne Maxwell challenges us to what it will take to see o...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Passion

LeaderSpeak: Passion

13 June 2012

What are you passionate about? Have you ever thought about how your passions fit into your Christian...Read more

LeaderSpeak: the one child

LeaderSpeak: the one child

6 June 2012

Commissioner Jan Condon offers some encouragement and practical ideas for Corps with a smaller Chil...Read more

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