Welcome to the Young Church Leaders Podcast with Grant Vissers, a show that is all about helping you develop your heart in leadership; at home, in ministry, at work and in your personal life.
Our host, Grant Vissers, interviews some of today’s top seasoned and young church leaders from around the globe. These raw conversations are designed to give you practical steps to lead with character and integrity.
On the Young Church Leaders podcast it’s clear, Leadership Development begins with the heart.
YCLP 046: Throwback Thursday Adam Weber
Today is Throwback Thursday where we look back on an episode that was particularly meaningful and impactful for us at Young Church Leaders. We love what Adam Weber, Lead Pastor at Embrace Church, had to say about the heart, saying yes to God, developing your character and prayer. We hope you find today's episode encouraging.
Welcome to episode 46 of the Young Church Leaders Podcast.
YCLP 045: Dave and Ann Wilson on Prioritizing Vertical in Marriage
Today on the podcast, we talk about setting our priorities straight when it comes to relationships. If your vertical relationship with God isn’t working, your horizontal relationships with others won’t either.
Dave and Ann Wilson are co-founders of Kensington Community Church, a national, multi-campus church that hosts more than 14,000 attendees every weekend. For the past twenty-five years, they have been featured speakers at Family Life’s Weekend to Remember®, and have also hosted their own marriage conferences across the country.
Welcome to episode 45 of the Young Church Leaders Podcast with Grant Vissers!
YCLP 044: Joel and Nina Schmidgall on Praying Circles Around Your Marriage
Have you ever wondered about how to keep the main thing the main thing in your marriage and consistently come back to that? I know I have. Joel and Nina Schmidgall certainly have and it’s one of the reasons they wrote the book, Praying Circles Around Your Marriage.
On today's episode, we talk about getting prayerful in our marriages. It's a practical conversation about learning to be intentional about prayer in marriages. If you're married, if you know someone who is married, today's episode is for you.
Welcome to episode 44 of the Young Church Leaders Podcast with Grant Vissers!
YCLP 043: Kels Johnson on Aligning Your Life with God, Social Media, and Accountability
Kels Johnson is a Houston native who has spent his entire life within the confines of a church service (LOL). He is the husband to Hali Trish Johnson. He is the Youth Pastor of RMN+ (REMNANT) YOUTH at Higher Dimension church. Kels brings a fresh approach to the supernatural things of God to create the marriage of the church and pop culture. His philosophy is “You can't impact something you are disconnected from.”
YCLP 042: Season 1 in Review
2018 is almost over and 2019 is fast approaching! Today on the podcast we're reviewing over a year and a half of podcasting, bringing you back to conversations that were challenging and encouraging. As you prepare for Christmas and the new year, we hope that this will be a good reminder of how we all need to continue to develop our hearts as leaders. When we focus on becoming the person God created us to be, we will inevitably do some right things along the way. Let's grow our leadership, our churches, and our organizations by first growing our hearts.
YCLP 041: Special Announcement
Hey Everyone and welcome to a brand new episode of the Young Church Leaders Podcast. Today we're so excited to bring you a special update and announcement from our host, Grant Vissers.
Sneak Peak: Here's what's coming at you in January 2019 from the Young Church Leaders Podcast!
Great first episode
Plenty to think about and learn from Carey. Great job YCL and Grant.
Great so far sounds like he is blessing us with more
Grant is giving a good mix of well known leaders, pastors, and servants of Jesus, with people that are less well known but with experiences that will benefit the listeners. While Grant is newer to church leadership, his experience has taken him on a revealing journey that gives him an insight on some of the ups and downs of ministry and family.