With Mission Qritical, founder and director of L555 Mark Orr launches into thoughtful, challenging, and even provocative questions to encourage meaningful discussions for personal development. He invites the listener on the continual journey to become a catalytic leader for Christ’s kingdom here on Earth. All of us at Mission are excited to have you join us as we pursue out-of-the-box solutions to many of the mission communities' most challenging problems.
Shaping through Struggle
In this recording, Mark talks with Charl Van Der Merwe, a South African leader currently living in Costa Rica. Charl talks with us about his life experiences, while offering inspiring messages for the youth and talks about the importance of change.
Today Mark talks about Intentionality with special guest Ashley Chesser. Ashley is a multi-passionate digital creator and influencer on YouTube and Instagram. Ashley has spent years focusing on intentionality and minimalism and brings her familiarity with these topics with her talk with Mark.
Ready, Aim, Fail...
In "Ready, Aim, Fail", Mark Orr talks about how our intentions and outcomes in our initiatives. This episode completes the "Five Reasons We're Going Nowhere" series.
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Let's Do Better
Mark discusses how we the Christian community can benefit from the business sector with special guest Madi Burton. Madi has spent most of her professional career working with small to mid-size companies. As part of her experience, she’s helped companies get off the ground by taking the lead as a Project Manager to help companies satisfy their goals. This is the fourth episode of his series "5 Reasons We're Going Nowhere". https://lead555.com/
The Folly of Giving
In this episode, Mark is critical about how we can more intelligently give donations. This is the third episode of his series "5 Reasons We're Going Nowhere".
Let's Flip the Script on Structure
In this episode, Mark looks at ways that current structures are inadequate and need change. This is the second episode of his series "5 Reasons We're Going Nowhere".