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Mandela: Circuitious Route to the Palace

  The title might lead us to believe that it is personal ambition or choice that lead’s one to aspire for a country’s highest political position of power. The early dreams of Nelson Mandela were probably not to reach the highest position of leadership in South Africa. But, his quest for freedom and justice for […]

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Give Thanks This Week

  Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good and His love endures forever! Psalm 106.1   Please take a minute to enjoy this short video from Transformational Leadership Forum.  

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Thanksgiving – Our Form of Worship

Lord willing we will spend time with family and friends this Thanksgiving Day. What a joyous celebration around the table in blessed conversation, family updates and additions, and of course tasty and splendid foods plenteously prepared. These indeed are moments to remember and our fellowship nurtured. It is simply a grand occasion. Thanksgiving! Is this […]

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The Shackling of Grace by Lee LeFebre

The Shackling of Grace: How The Church Has Marginalized The Grace of God Lee LeFebre has spent 40 years lecturing, teaching, and counseling Christians in both the US and foreign countries. He taught how to find and experience the freedom that God intended for the believer. Lee found that the shackling of grace is a […]

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Encounters

Transformational Leadership Forum is happy to provide you with a complimentary version of our new eBook, Encounters – Thoughts from Transformational Leadership Forum Blog Talk Radio Program. This eBook is a compilation of the material covered in our “Breakfast Talk” programs on Blog Talk Radio. Our prayer is that this eBook will serve as a […]

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Niki Moore with Transformational Leadership Forum

On the afternoons of Tuesdays and Thursdays, my heart is full and my spirit rejoices. I begin my commute home and thank God for what He is doing. I am overwhelmed with the idea that God desires me – a sinner, saved by His grace – to minister to others. Yesterday, was particularly meaningful… I […]

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Why Cities Matter: To God, the Culture, and the Church by Stephen T. Um & Justin Buzzard

God is alive and well in our cities! Why Cities Matter: To God, the Culture, and the Church by Stephen T. Um & Justin Buzzard explains how now – more than ever – people are moving towards the cities. The vast majority of the world’s population live in urban communities. Why Cities Matter explains the […]

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Relationships that Reflect the Gift and Beauty of God

There are challenges in developing wholesome and permanent relationships. One of the purposes of Transformational Leadership Forum is to hold forums such as blog talk radio programs that are designed to discus relevant, contemporary issues addressing values important to leadership; trying to determine, both by example and spiritual directive, the stand and action that we […]

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Inspiring New Leadership For Old Challenges: Part 2

The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few He’s saying that the laborers are few, so we need some more leaders out here to help direct things. As we move out, we want to multiply the leaders. When I look at the issues we’re facing in the urban centers of our cities, we […]

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Inspiring New Leadership For Old Challenges: Part 1

Today we are going to meet the interns for the summer for Transformation Leadership. Jeremy Elliott is the person who will head up our interns for the summer. He was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. For the past couple of years, He’s been working leadership and development in the restaurant business. Transferring to what […]

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