Leadership Teachings

Understanding the Times and Seasons Series

These are turbulent times, we should not, must not be caught unaware. This four-part series which examines biblical principles and individuals who understood and spoke into the time in which they lived and provides insights into living these principles today.

Understanding the Seasons I “Practices of the Prepared”

These are turbulent times, we should not, must not be caught unaware. This teaching begins a four-part series which examines biblical principles and individuals who understood and spoke into the time in which they lived. Part I looks at the sons of Issachar, the teaching of Jesus and finishes with four “Practices of the Prepared.”

Understanding the Seasons II “Be a Prepared Opportunist!”

This teaching calls us to be prepared, windows of opportunity are generally brief and rarely repeated. This teaching is second in a four-part series which examines biblical principles and individuals who understood and spoke into the time in which they lived. Part II looks at David and Daniel and concludes with three keys for knowledge and understanding.

Understanding the Seasons III “In Step with God’s Favor”

Understanding and imparting hidden things requires being placed by God in the right place at the right time with His favor. This teaching is part three of a four-part series which examines biblical principles and individuals who understood and spoke into the time in which they lived. Part III looks at Esther and Elijah and the teaching of Jesus.

Understanding the Seasons IV “Cultivating an Attitude of Listening”

Kingdom men and women are trained to intently listen and watch for God. These are turbulent times, we should not, must not be caught unaware. This teaching is part final of a four-part series which examines biblical principles and individuals who understood and spoke into the time in which they lived. Part four looks at Elijah, Deborah and concludes the series with a challenge from Jesus.

Leading or Reacting Series

Are you leading or reacting? If you don’t know where you are going, or the purpose for which you were born, you will be constantly changing course, caught in an endless cycle of reacting, failing to lead. This series provide symptoms of a reactionary leadership style and keys to become a proactive leader. Terry’s challenge for you in this series is to recognize your areas of vulnerability and identify keys to focus your direction.

Session 1 “Run”

Are you leading or reacting? If you don’t know where you are going, or that for which you were made, you will be constantly changing course, caught in an endless cycle of reacting, fail to lead. The challenge is to run your race, run your pace, run with grace.

Session 2 “Focused or Frenzied?”

Are you living intentionally, or are you caught up in an endless cycle of mediocrity and frustration? This session is the first of two which will examine the symptoms of a reactive lifestyle. My challenge to you in this series, is to recognize your vulnerability and identify keys to focus your direction.

Session 3 “Energized or Exhausted?”

This presentation continues the “Leading or Reacting” series. Are you “Energized or Exhausted?” Focused or fatigued? Frazzled, worn down, near burnout? How will you know? This session completes our study of the symptoms of a reactionary leadership style preparing us to move forward with keys to lead

Session 4 “Living Intentionally”

It is time to move forward, lead and not be mired in reaction. This session presents the first three keys to focus and become proactive.

Session 5 “Focused Leading”

These are days of difficulty and opportunity. Focus brings clarity, clarity identifies direction, focused direction produces excellence and fulfillment. In this final session of our “Leading or Reacting” series, we examine four keys which release God’s purpose for your being.

Making Adversity Pay Series

Sunday Taniegra, “Making Adversity Pay “(Embracing the Opportunity for Resilience) WHY do some people bounce back from life’s setbacks stronger than before, while others never recover?

In life, we may not be able to control what happens, but we can control our response. In the face of conflict or crisis, resilient people exercise self-control.

Putting emotions aside lets them think more clearly so they get a more accurate understanding of the situation. This presentation will present keys bounce back from adversity and make something positive happen.

Session 1 “Defying the Age of Adversity”

Session 2 “In the Midst of Adversity, Grow Up!”

Session 3 “Turning Your Adversity to Great Opportunities”

Session 4 “Adversity Must Pay”

Session 5 “Taking Hold of the Opportunity to be Grateful”

Towards A New Momentum Series

Session 1 “Regaining Your Drive Towards a Purposeful & Productive Life Within and Beyond this Pandemic”

Session 2 “Revisiting Our Dreams”

Session 3 “Take Action”

Session 4 “Be Inspired”

Session 5 “Ride Your Momentum”

Discipleship is Relationship

Miguel Pabelonia of “Discipleship Masterminds” interviews Terry King discussing the foundations for leadership training.

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