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Welcome to Onething Global Leadership Summit podcast! In 2019 we will be releasing a weekly podcast with the goal of encouraging and equipping you as a leader in the Kingdom of Christ whose heart burns for 24/7 prayer & worship.

Onething Global Leadership Summit OGLS

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Welcome to Onething Global Leadership Summit podcast! In 2019 we will be releasing a weekly podcast with the goal of encouraging and equipping you as a leader in the Kingdom of Christ whose heart burns for 24/7 prayer & worship.

    A Perspective During a Haggai 2 and Luke 4:1-18 Moment - Daniel Lim

    A Perspective During a Haggai 2 and Luke 4:1-18 Moment - Daniel Lim

    *This message is recorded by Daniel Lim as an individual and not as a representation of IHOPKC or any other organization or position held.

    The Origin of 'Quarantine'

    The intersection of Italian and French influences also contributed to the introduction of the word quarantine in English. Initially, the French word quarantaine (“about forty”) was borrowed in the late 1400s with the meaning “a period of forty days,” yet another biblical reference, originally referring to the period of time Jesus spent fasting in the desert. It came to have a broader application to a period of forty days that had religious significance, such as penance, or the delay of implementation of a legal agreement. Then, in the early 1600s, the meaning “isolation of a ship to protect the port city from potential disease” began to be used in English, from the Italian word quarantena, which had been used in this way since the 14th century. Since the French form of this cognate word was already in use (indeed, a variant form was the more French-looking quarantain), the new “isolation as protection from disease” sense became a new use of the existing word quarantine. It was now an English word based on French spelling with an Italian definition and Latin roots.**

    **“Quarantine and Isolation: Explaining the Difference.” Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster. Accessed April 1, 2020. https://www.merriam-webster.com/words-at-play/quarantine-and-isolation-difference.

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    #39 - The Final OGLS Podcast - What to Watch for in 2020

    #39 - The Final OGLS Podcast - What to Watch for in 2020

    Here are links to podcasts, websites, and events mentioned in this podcast

    Mike Bickles New Video Series coming in January, 2020. Be watching https://mikebickle.org/

    Center for Biblical Endtime Studies Podcast - https://www.ihopkc.org/cbets/podcast

    Claim Your Campus - https://claimyourcampus.com/

    TheSend KC - https://thesend.org/

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    #38 - Multiplying Core Leadership Values - Mobilizing & Multiplying

    #38 - Multiplying Core Leadership Values - Mobilizing & Multiplying

    Daniel Lim and Blair Phillips conclude the Multiplying Core Leadership Values series with the final phases of Mobilizing and Multiplying.



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    • 21 min
    #37 - Multiplying Core Leadership Values - Messaging

    #37 - Multiplying Core Leadership Values - Messaging

    Daniel Lim and Blair Phillips now talk about key components of the messaging phase of multiplying your core leadership values. 



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    • 25 min
    #36 Multiplying Core Leadership Values - Modeling

    #36 Multiplying Core Leadership Values - Modeling

    Daniel Lim and Blair Phillips move their discussion to focus on the first crucial stage of modeling your core leadership values.



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    • 20 min
    #35 - Multiplying Core Leadership Values - Intro

    #35 - Multiplying Core Leadership Values - Intro

    Join Daniel Lim and Blair Phillips as they begin a series on how to multiply your core leadership values in upcoming leaders. 



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