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. Rod also serves part time as the Mission’s Resource Consultant with the Salvation Army.

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Leadership, Mentoring

CAUSE……VISION…..LEADER. The Pathway to a Life of Impact

Dr Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad, joint recipients of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize. I was deeply stirred by the lives of two of the people who were awarded the Nobel peace prize for 2018. Dr Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad received their awards for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war. Nadia Murad was captured by terrorists in her small Iraqi village in August 2014 and sold…
Discipleship, Leadership, Mentoring

KEEP IT SIMPLE : Developing a Discipleship Pathway

INTRODUCTION The’s number 1 Business Book of 2016 was, KEEP IT SIMPLE: Unclutter Your Mind to Uncomplicate Your Life written by Joe Calloway. The book challenges us to resist the temptation to overcomplicate things and to boil things down to the essence of what matters most. It confronts our natural almost unnoticed tendency to drift towards complexity or away from the purpose for which we exist. It takes some continued resolve to keep it…

LEADERS ARE READERS Read to have fellowship with great minds.

With my wife Sue, in 1983, and Mr J. Oswald Sanders, whose books have had a profound impact on my life. John Wesley knew the importance of reading good books when he exhorted the younger ministers of the Wesleyan Society to “either read or get out of the ministry.” Obviously Wesley had a passion for reading in the midst of a very busy life. Most of his reading was done on horseback. Often he rode…