How to Pass Leadership On | John Felkins

What We Heard: Working with companies all over the country, common themes include people management. Being good at the functions of your “work” doesn’t mean you know how to manage the people you lead. Learning to pass on or share leadership becomes essential. Leadership isn’t passed in strategy if it’s

How to Have a Great Marriage | Kim Anderson

In Week 7 of our Men’s Leadership Network Breakfasts, Jeff Simmons talks with professional life coach and counselor Kim Anderson about what it takes to have a great marriage from a woman’s perspective. This is a great broadcast that can help any guy learn some essential skills to help improve

How to Maintain a Healthy Work-Life Balance | Marty Dickens

Jeff Simmons talks with Marty Dickens…former president of AT&T, Chairman of the Board for Belmont University, and prominent business leader in Nashville…about what he’s learned in his own busy life to maintain a balance between work and home. Follow us:

How to Be a Spiritual Leader | Clarence Risin

In Week 5 of our Men’s Leadership Network Breakfasts, Lead Pastor, Jeff Simmons, talks with Clarence Risin about what he’s learned about being a spiritual leader in his own home and workplace through life experience and his walk with Christ. Due to technical difficulties during filming, we were only able

Fight or Flight | Dave Anderson

In Week 4 of our MLN broadcast, Jeff Simmons (Lead Pastor of Rolling Hills Community Church) talks with Dave Anderson, a retired Naval Aviator, Top Gun Instructor, husband, and father about what “Fight or Flight” means to him with regards to relationships. Follow us:

A Balanced Perspective on Sports | Darin Clark

Nic Allen (Family & Children’s Pastor) and Chase Baker (Student Pastor) talk about having a healthy perspective on sports in your life and your family. Darin Clark is sports fan. But his true passion is being an all pro husband and father. In 2006, Darin’s love of family and football

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