053 — How Accountability Can Prevent Devastation in the Lives of Those You Love and Lead

Accountability in Community

When I was 11 and 12 years old, David Turpin was one of my best friends. How do two little guys have similar families, similar experiences, similar beliefs, grow up in the same town, and end up in such different places? Accountability in the context of community is so vitally important. In this episode we talk about the importance of accountability and staying intimately connected to the people you love and lead.

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038 – Life and Ministry in the Context of Relationships

Calibrating Our Relationships for Maximum Living, Leading, and Loving

Life is lived in the context of our relationships, and ministry and leadership take place in the context of our relationships. We must make people our priority in living, leading, and loving. Relationships require a great investment with every party having something to give and something to gain in the relationship.

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035 – Growing Together Instead of Drifting Apart

Calibrating Marriage

If you are married, your marriage relationship is the most important relationship in your life. It is worthy of calibration. On the occasion of their 3rd anniversary (with a tongue-in-cheek cumulative experience of 67 years), David and Donna discuss 6 marriage calibration points every couple should observe.

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