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Jo Saxton and Pastor Steph O'Brien are both leaders in Minneapolis. Jo is an author and speaker who has opportunities to teach around the world in various contexts. She is passionate about empowering women to realize their potential and purpose. Steph is a church planter and pastor of a church plant in the city. She coaches leaders and pastors around the country and is a professor at Bethel University. Passionate about investing in the next generation, Steph, blogs and speaks in order to equ ...
 
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Today Stephanie wraps up the Agile Leadership conversation with Pastor Scott Ridout, President of Converge. Scott and his wife Lisa led Sun Valley Community Church, Gilbert, Arizona, from 1998 to 2014. Sun Valley has grown from 375 to roughly 5000 attendees on three campuses under his leadership. Previously, Scott served six years as a Converge ove…
 
Jo's back! In this new episode, Stephanie and Jo continue with the Agile Leadership series. Jo shares her experiences and reflections on the times she's led through crisis and change. Don't miss this powerful and relevant conversation. Jo is an author and leadership coach. Her most recent book is Ready to Rise. Find more information at josaxton.com…
 
Today Stephanie speaks once again with Tod Bolsinger, Professor and Vice President for Vocation and Formation at Fuller Seminary. A former pastor himself, Tod is a leader and equipper of pastors. Tod is the author of Canoeing the Mountains and Tempered Resilience. More information at Tod Bolsinger The Agile Leadership series is sponsored by Bethel …
 
Stephanie invites you to take the next step in your leadership by joining the next cohort for Agile Leadership in Times of Crisis and Change! This course addresses timeless theological frameworks as well as current leadership theories on the topics of change and agility. The content will be applied to the timely issues in Christian leadership today…
 
Today Stephanie speaks with Angela Yee, Chief Ministry Officer of the National Office of the Evangelical Covenant Church. Her leadership there involves breaking down silos and creating collaboration and places where people can work together, as well as overall strategy. Listen as Stephanie and Angela talk about leading a major organization through …
 
Stephanie continues the Agile Leadership series with a conversation with Dr. Donna Harris, superintendent of Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis. In 2017, a gas leak caused an explosion that killed two employees and destroyed major portions of the school. Listen to her powerful story about leading after this devastating crisis. The Agile Leadership se…
 
Lead Stories is back with a brand new series! Stephanie will be interviewing expert leaders to help you learn how to respond with agility rather than simply react to change and crisis. Today she speaks with Dr. Dwight Zscheile, Vice President of Innovation for Luther Seminary and author of "Agile Church: Spirit-Led Innovation in an Uncertain Age Th…
 
The conversation continues around redefining Hello/Goodbye for this extraordinary and unprecedented year. How do we say "hello" to what will likely be more of the same as we begin 2021? Looking past fear and loss of control to ask the question "where do I have agency in this situation moving forward?" This yearly practice for Jo and Stephanie is no…
 
Today, Jo and Stephanie ask perhaps hard, but important questions like "What does it mean to say Goodbye to 2020?" "What does is look like to move on?" "What has 2020 revealed and how do we respond?" Hello/Goodbye Event December 13 at 7:00pm CST on Facebook Live Hello/Goodbye 2020-21 free registration HERE Hello/Goodbye 2020-21 free resources HERE …
 
Jo is back! Today Jo and Stephanie reconnect, catch up and begin the launch of Hello/Goodbye 2020-21 and ask the question "How do we redefine Hello/Goodbye"? Listen as they discuss moving into a new year and what those benchmarks look like. Hello/Goodbye Event December 13 at 7:00pm CST on Facebook Live Hello/Goodbye 2020-21 free registration HERE H…
 
Today Stephanie speaks with Tod Bolsinger, professor of leadership at Fuller Seminary and author of two books, on the timely topics of leading in uncharted territory and unprecedented change. Tod Bolsinger Tempered Resilience: How Leaders are Formed in the Crucible of Change Canoeing the Mountain: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory Connect…
 
Leadership and Self Care is a topic that's been addressed before on Lead Stories, but it felt important to acknowledge that in this unprecedented time, self-care is more critical than ever. Listen as they talk about specific ways you can "lead yourself" to self-care. Tara Haelle article: Your Surge Capacity is Depleted Connect with Lead Stories, Jo…
 
Today Steph and Edrin host Pastor Daniel Hill, author of White Lies and White Awake, in a powerful conversation about race relations in the wider church and what it means to follow Jesus and lead in this area. River City Church Pastor Daniel Hill interview on Lead Stories Podcast 2017 @Danielhill1336 White Lies: Nine Ways to Expose and Resist the R…
 
Sometimes, focused and driven leaders need to slow down and care for the people they're leading. Today Stephanie and Edrin go a bit deeper as they talk about the necessity of compassionate leadership in the midst of crisis. #UnprecedentedLeadership Chief Learning Office Article "Leading With Compassion" Connect with Lead Stories, Jo, Steph and Edri…
 
Today Stephanie and Edrin offer five things to consider for decision making during this specific and unprecedented time. Unprecedented Leadership: Decision Making Mission and Vision as a compass Capacity for change Decision fatigue & Decision paralysis Who is at the decision making table Listening to God Connect with Lead Stories, Jo, Steph and Edr…
 
Pastor Edrin and Pastor Steph respond to listeners questions when it comes to how to lead in these unprecedented times. Connect with Lead Stories, Jo, Steph and Edrin: Instagram & Facebook: @LeadStoriesPodcast Connect with Jo at www.josaxton.com @josaxton Connect with Pastor Steph at www.pastorsteph.com @pastorsteph Connect with Pastor Edrin at @ed…
 
Recognizing that division is real and a part of the brokenness of this world, Steph and Edrin talk today about how to manage dialogue in divisive times. Listen in to this timely and timeless conversation. Connect with Lead Stories, Jo, Steph and Edrin: Instagram & Facebook: @LeadStoriesPodcast Connect with Jo at www.josaxton.com @josaxton Connect w…
 
Steph and Edrin take the conversation deeper this week by looking at the competencies and skills needed to be an unprecedented leader. They ask the questions: How do we lead our organization? How do we lead ourselves and others during this season? Connect with Lead Stories, Jo, Steph and Edrin: Instagram & Facebook: @LeadStoriesPodcast Connect with…
 
Rev. Eugene Cho sits down with Pastor Steph and Pastor Edrin to discuss the tension surrounding how Christian leaders engage politically in these divisive times. Eugene is the President of Bread For The World - A Christian advocacy organization that is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad…
 
We've probably heard the word unprecedented more in the last year than ever before, but it true that we are living and leading in unprecedented times. Today Steph and Edrin begin to tackle some important questions around what it means to be a leader in unprecedented times and what it means to be an unprecedented leader. Connect with Lead Stories, J…
 
Welcome to the Lead Stories Podcast Pastor Edrin Williams. Pastor Edrin is joining as a bonus co-host this season! Listen in to get to know Pastor Edrin and hear him discuss the necessity of leadership along with Jo and Steph! Connect with Lead Stories, Jo, Steph and Edrin: Instagram & Facebook: @LeadStoriesPodcast Connect with Jo at www.josaxton.c…
 
Your voice matters! If you are a writer at any stage in your writing journey we encourage you to check out Hope Writers and all of their free resources as well as consider joining their exclusive community! Check out: LeadStoriesMedia.com/partners for more info! Join us on Thursday, September 17th at 11am Central time for a 20 minute Facebook Live …
 
First episode of Season 9 starts here! Stephanie and Jo catch you up on what's been going on with them during this time of unprecedented uncertainty and change and talk about what it means for leadership, calling and ministry. PLUS, listen for some exciting news!! Connect with Lead Stories and Jo and Steph: Twitter: @LeadStoriesVox Instagram: @Lead…
 
Lead Stories went global last September when recording this Lead Voices episode featuring a conversation with Grace Ji-Sun and Graham Joseph Hill, co-writers of the book "Healing Our Broken Humanity" named 2019 resource of the year by Outreach Magazine. Graham and Grace are both part of The Global Church Project which exists to help local Christian…
 
First aired in April 2018, this very timely episode features Shawn Moore, a Church pastor, teacher at Bethel Seminary and ironman competitor as he chats with Jo and Steph about greatness, cultural competency and how to grow in our understanding of others. Shawn desires to see education used to liberate people from bondage so that they can become gr…
 
In this conversation recorded back in November of 2017, Daniel Hill from Chicago is talking about white supremacy, racism and his own awakening to his white cultural background. Listen to understand: - why people so often congregate with their own racial groups even when given many positive opportunities to interact with others. - What makes white …
 
#Summer Replay In this conversation from 2017, Jo and Steph speak with Kathy Khang a writer and speaker about mental health and racial stigmas. Listen in to hear Kathy share her mental health journey struggling against depression and how Kathy is helping her children have positive attitudes towards mental health care. Discussion: 1) What are some h…
 
This week's #SummerReplay features a LEAD VOICES interview recorded in 2017 with Pastor Sandra Maria Van Opstal on the topic of multiethnic leadership and worship. She is a liturgist and activist who is passionate about re-imagining worship that mobilizes for reconciliation and justice. Check her out at: http://www.sandravanopstal.com/ Also, get he…
 
#SummerReplay Steph and Jo wrap up this series, first broadcast in the fall of 2019, with a conversation around managing change during the process of moving from here to there. The discussion includes intentional management in five key areas: Time, Relationships, Financial, Expectations and Spirituality. As an added exercise, they encourage you to …
 
In this Lead Voices Interview from 2017, writer and podcaster Osheta Moore is talking shalom with Jo and Steph today as they discuss what it means to be intentional about wholeness and peace in our relationship with God, others and the world and its broken systems. Listen in to here Osheta’s dramatic testimony and her manifesto to help women pursue…
 
Previously recorded in the fall of 2019, Jo and Stephanie kicked off a new series "What Got You Here, Won't Get You There" with a conversation about the need to ask God whether you need to let go of your "here" in order to get to the "there" He is calling you to. Their challenge question is "What's your here - in the areas of work, team, family, fi…
 
#SummerReplay Jo and Steph have a conversation on stigmas and race today with Edrin Williams, who was born in South Carolina and now a pastor in The Sanctuary Covenant church in the Twin Cities. Listen in to hear how growing up in the South impacted Edrin’s childhood and raised early questions about race and how we can all become more inter-cultura…
 
The fallout of change is often 'breaking the mold' and 'breaking the mold' results in change. In this episode from the series first aired in 2018, Jo and Steph talk about the cost of 'breaking the mold'. Change is difficult and there can be costs to your family, your community, your job and even your heart. Connect with Lead Stories and Jo and Step…
 
#SummerReplay - In this compelling episode recorded in the spring, Stephanie talks with Eugene Cho, pastor, speaker, author, visionary and humanitarian. A son of Korean immigrants and a natural entrepreneur, Cho spends much of his time circling the globe speaking about the intersection of faith, justice, and leadership. Eugene's new book "Thou Shal…
 
What does the phrase ‘breaking the mold’ mean? Is it a good thing? In this introductory episode to a new series, Jo and Steph talk about the limitations of molds, how we can be blind to them and how they hold us back as leaders - both by keeping us from stepping into things and also stopping us from helping others to step into things. Discussion qu…
 
Today's #SummerReplay episode features a conversation with Lisa Harper who discusses how a failure to understand the context in which the Bible was written - by writers under oppression - has warped our understanding of what the Bible says and what Good News truly is. Join Jo and Steph as they chat to Lisa about how the Gospel can be good news to a…
 
In this #SummerReplay episode, Steph and Michelle Steffenhagen are talking about becoming more aware of where our thoughts automatically go when we are anxious or stressed and how to take greater control over our reactions. In this episode they discuss 5 types of self-defeating thoughts and how we can identify them and stop them in their tracks: 1)…
 
This previously recorded Lead Voices episode features a conversation with Dominique Gilliard, the director of Racial Righteousness and Reconciliation, who shares ways that the church needs to rethink its attitude to the criminal justice system and incarceration. With some horrifying statistics and also some hope-filled testimonies and practical way…
 
The Summer Replay series kicks off with this previously recorded episode from the series Lead On in Season 3. Stephanie and Jo have selected a special collection of episodes that are particularly relevant to the times we are currently facing. Today Stephanie speaks with MIchelle Steffenhagen about the very practical methods of dealing with stress a…
 
In today's special episode, Jo will share the chapter on "How to Grow Your Grit" from her book Ready to Rise. We all have the need to grow in our resilience, perseverance and endurance, recognizing that the journey in leadership can be a struggle. Many of us are being called up, stretched and challenged in any number of ways and may not feel strong…
 
This previously released episode of Lead Voices features author and leader Latasha Morrison. While recorded before the recent unprecedented events of Covid-19 and the murder of George Floyd and subsequent uprisings, the conversation remains incredibly relevant. LaTasha is the founder of Be The Bridge and also the author of the book by the same name…
 
Jo and Stephanie continue their conversations on "Ready to Rise". Today's powerful and deeply personal conversation centers on racial inequity and digs into choices and responsibilities during what they hope is a genuine turning point in our time. We Need to Talk About Race: Understanding the Black Experience in White Majority Churches - Ben Lindsa…
 
Jo and Stephanie continue their important and timely conversation around Jo's new book "Ready to Rise: Own Your Voice, Gather Your Community, Step Into Your Influence" They start by asking the questions: What does it mean to get ready to rise during this time and why does it matter more now? Is this time the crucible for our purpose and calling? Or…
 
Jo and Stephanie continue their discussion around Jo's book, Ready to Rise: Own Your Voice, Gather Your Community, Step into Your Influence. Recorded earlier this year, they will spend time in the next few weeks giving you an overview of the book, but today's episode focuses on how Jesus views women, how he treats women and what he says about women…
 
Listen as special guest and friend, Jen Hatmaker talks with Jo and Stephanie on Lead Voices about race and privilege, as well as leadership during these extraordinary times. Don't miss this powerful and compelling conversation! Jen's new book "Fierce, Free and Full of Fire: The Guide to Being Glorious You" is available HERE Also, Order Jo's Book "R…
 
Recorded prior to the Coronovirus quarantine, Jo and Stephanie are pleased to release a series of conversations around Jo's newest book "Ready to Rise: Own Your Voice, Gather Your Community, Step into Your Influence". Ready to Rise tackles the real-life issues—from harassment and sexism to self-doubt and loneliness—that can discourage and derail wo…
 
How do we have a handle on how we're living through the increased demands right now? How do we lead ourselves through this time so that we can lead others? Today's episode wraps up the conversation around the various callings we are experiencing during the crisis of Covid-19. Connect with Lead Stories and Jo and Steph: Twitter: @LeadStoriesVox Inst…
 
Nobody thought they were called to this. Jo and Steph continue the conversation on Covid-19 and Calling and what this means for your household. Whether it's a family with kids, intergenerational or roommates, your household is your closest interpersonal relationships. Connect with Lead Stories and Jo and Steph: Twitter: @LeadStoriesVox Instagram: @…
 
This episode is a conversation with author and leader Latasha Morrison. She is the founder of Be The Bridge and also the author of the book by the same name. Both the book and the online community are excellent growth tools for leaders of all spheres. Lead Stories Media offers Latasha's work as an important "tools Of the trade" of leadership. To co…
 
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