Servecast Dr. William Lamb invites students, educators, and community advocates to Studio 22 to explore ways individuals and communities can be agents of change for good.

Fresh off the road, William interviews fellow leadership guru and President of Leader Labs, Dr. Fred Garmon. Together, they commentate on March Madness and leadership trends in the Information Age. Dr. Garmon perceives a crisis of leadership, but he believes “life/role” leaders can change the world. Whether in the ministry or the marketplace, leadership begins with self-development and tending to your sphere of influence.

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Following his chapel address, Micah Andrews joins William in Studio 22. Micah, a Lee University graduate, serves as the C.E.O. of The Foundry Ministries, an organization that walks the path of Christ-centered transformation with individuals facing crisis. In this episode, Micah shares the experience of following God’s call to career transition, describes what it is like to “hear” from God, and warns of the dangers of isolation.

Click here to view Micah’s full chapel address.

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In this episode of “William Gone Rogue,” William challenges listeners on appropriate responses to political climates of chaos.

 

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In the first episode of a series on Christian Benevolence, William and Tyler welcome Dr. Lisa Stephenson, Sarah Brandenburg, and Josh Alexander to Studio 22. Together, they discuss the Biblical and Theological Foundations for Benevolence, a core course at Lee University. This course is a part of the first year cohort for students and provides a solid foundation for students as they continue their service-learning experiences. This course is comprised of six lectures and six learning labs finalized by a service experience. All this and more on Servecast!

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William and Tyler take Studio 22 on the road and head west to the Christian Community Development Association National Conference in Los Angeles. While there, William interviewed author, speaker, civil rights activist, and community development practitioner Dr. John Perkins. We hope you will be encouraged by his gentle heart and challenging words as Dr. Perkins shares his grace filled life.

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