Rod Denton Induction at Elizabeth Church of Christ_2012

Rod Denton has served as a pastor and as a teacher in the development of emerging leaders in Australia and 9 different countries across Asia with Asian Access. He now serves as a consultant for Rod Denton: Equipping The Next Generation.

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Personal Vision Worksheet

The following worksheet is provided to help clarify your calling in life. It is organized to help you see how God has worked in the past, is working in the present, and how He will work in your life in the future. Introductory Statement to Worksheet In the past, God used specific characteristics, events, people and teachings to guide your direction and thinking. These influenced your desires. God is in control, and your life is…
Leadership

LEADERSHIP EMERGENCE……An often underrated and overlooked season. (not for the faint hearted)

In 1964, Nelson Mandela was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of incitement to sabotage, treason and violent conspiracy against the South African regime. He spent a total of 27 years in captivity, most of them in the notorious prison on Robben Island. For those long years he broke rocks, did hard labour, was beaten, and had no privileges. One day he walked out of the prison to change the world. Following his…
Christian Living, Leadership, Marriage

The Most Memorable Gift I Could Have Given

My wife Sue’s birthday was fast approaching, and try as I may, I couldn’t think of a memorable present that she needed, that I could buy for her. We had been married for forty years and memorable presents were now more difficult than ever to find. However, in the process the word memory would not leave me and then it came to me; why not buy Sue a memory. After all, you can never wear…