“The best is yet to come” may be a cliché, but it’s also a Kingdom principle. In this episode, we discuss the importance of being a lifelong learner. God has given you passions, skills and talents that he expects you to steward for his glory, so you must be intentional about growing your gifts. When you commit to a strategic plan of personal growth and development, you’ll find that the world opens up in front of you.
Dr. Randal S. Langley is the President of Christian Life School of Theology Global (CLSTG), a world leader in theological and leadership education, providing online degree programs and customized Christian higher-education solutions for churches, ministries and other organizations. Dr. Langley is also president of the International Association of Bible Colleges and Seminaries and is a founding partner and certified life coach, teacher, and trainer for the John C. Maxwell Team. His desire is to help people fulfill their ultimate purpose in life and achieve their God-given dreams.
Having more than two decades of experience in leading and developing people and teams, Laurie Langley is passionately committed to the values of integrity and follow-through. From a position of being a lifelong learner, Laurie is recognized as a highly capable communicator, an organization and proficiency professional, and is trained and seasoned in outcome management. In addition to the business skills she has developed over the years, Laurie is passionate about sharing hope, living in peace, and her belief in the power of kindness.
Statistics show that most people stop investing in their personal development by the end of their twenties. At Christian Life School of Theology Global, we often have people in their 70s and 80s enroll in our Bible college classes, and that always puts a smile on my face. These students understand that the key to good leadership is to never stop growing.
If you’re a leader, you never get to the point where your influence is maxed out. You have unreached potential that’s still ahead of you.
We were not meant to walk through this life as mere human beings. The Bible says we have the mind of Christ, and that means we’re responsible for using the knowledge and abilities he’s given us to bless those he places around us. We are called to steward our lives as offerings to the Lord.
There’s never been a better time to start investing in yourself as a leader than right now. Commit to making 2022 a year of growth and advancement. Start today by checking out the courses we offer at Christian Life School of Theology Global.
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