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For the Good of the Neighborhood
19 minutes | Dec 17, 2021
I Don't Really Know My Neighbors
Is it odd that many of us don't know our neighbors or is that just a part of the world we live in? Listen in as Eric talks about why this happens and what we could potentially do about it. As a bonus, Eric also apologizes for a lack of consistent publishing, but his story of riding his bike off ramps explains it all.
22 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
Good Faith Part 3
This podcast, the third and final installment in the Good Faith series, provides ideas on how to live a life of “good faith” in culture without being irrelevant or too extreme
17 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
Good Faith Part 2
Does having faith make you seem extreme for our culture? Listen in to part 2 of the series "Good Faith" where we look at how having faith can sometimes be looked at as being irrelevant and extreme
23 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
Good Faith Part 1
It’s hard to have a good conversation these days especially when people are so polarized and separated. It’s especially hard for followers of Christ to connect with and engage with their neighbors because the way that our culture views Christians and Christianity has changed.
14 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
Do You Really Love Your Neighbor?
After taking several weeks off, Eric is back with a brand new episode focused on asking the question "do you really love your neighbor?" Listen in as we talk about the differences between wanting to love others and really loving them
20 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
Fishing for People or Teaching People to Fish?
As followers of Jesus, should we spend our time fishing for people or teaching people how to fish? What's the balance between meeting the physical needs of others and sharing our faith? Listen to this episode to find out how BOTH the great commandment and the great commission should influence our approach to a gospel that both saves and serves
24 minutes | Aug 15, 2020
Why Can't We Be Friends? Part 2
In 1975, the band WAR released an album and a song titled “Why Can't We Be Friends?" Here we are in 2020, 45 years later, still asking the same question! The problem may be because we are living in an age of polarization. In part 2 we ask and answer the question How do we find common ground and communicate when we disagree with others?
24 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
Why Can’t We Be Friends? Living in an Age of Polarization Part 1
In 1975, the band WAR released an album and a song titled “Why Can't We Be Friends?" Here we are in 2020, 45 years later, still asking the same question! The problem may be because we are living in an age of polarization. This episode we are talking about and asking questions about what polarization is, where it's happens and what causes it.
12 minutes | Jul 16, 2020
Welcome to For the Good of the Neighborhood
We have made changes! Welcome to the first podcast under our new name "For the Good of the Neighborhood." In this episode, host Eric Bowling talks about the shift away from primarily talking about leadership to a wider focus on connecting people to Jesus and to each other. With an emphasis on reconciliation, restoration, seeking peace, listening to For the Good of the Neighborhood will help us all learn to better "love our neighborhoods as we love ourselves."
29 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
Tony Johnson - Faith On The Field: The Pastoral Ministry Of A Coach
14 minutes | May 30, 2020
Ryan Graves - M.Ed., RAA
Ryan Graves, M.Ed., RAA is an educator and football coach. He is currently the Co-OC TE/FB at Temple HS in Temple Texas. He is an author having published HOGG: A WAY OF LIFE FOR OFFENSIVE LINEMEN for the American Football Coaches Association
17 minutes | May 29, 2020
Willie Spears - The Willie Spears Experience
Willie Spears is a professional speaker, teacher, author, former athletic director of three schools, head football coach, syndicated columnist, and motivator. An ordained minister, he has motivated churches, youth groups, prison inmates, schools, teachers, teams, companies, and individuals through his business, The Willie Spears Experience
24 minutes | May 15, 2020
Today's mixtape features Steve Carter. Steve is a pastor, speaker, author, consultant, and avid lover of all things sports. He is an author and has served as a Teaching Pastor at some of the country’s largest churches. His most recent book is This Invitational Life. Steve currently travels all over the world speaking and coaching leaders
25 minutes | May 5, 2020
Dr. Chris Hobbs
Dr. Chris Hobbs has been a school leader, athletic administrator and basketball coach for nearly two decades at three different schools. He is known for his unique ability to communicate, organize, inspire, and promote the value of interscholastic athletics. Dr. Hobbs is currently the Director of Athletics at The King's Academy in West Palm Beach, Florida. Coach Hobbs is passionate about the platform that excellent athletics provides to impact student-athletes for eternity. He can be followed on http://www.twitter.com/Dr_ChrisHobbs (Twitter @Dr_ChrisHobbs) or connected with on http://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-chris-hobbs-cmaa (LinkedIn)
22 minutes | May 1, 2020
Chris Fore - 8 Laces Consulting
Chris Fore is a veteran Athletic Director, Football Coach and Teacher from Southern California. Currently, he is the Assistant Principal at Yucca Valley High School. He is the author of several books and has been featured in several national magazines and on some of football’s best websites such as Football Scoop, X and O Labs, Coach XO, My CoachBook and more. In addition, he is a sought after clinic speaker and sits on the board of several organizations
11 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
Zach Kelley is a Football, Softball and Powerlifting Coach at Cedar Hill HS in Cedar Hill, Texas. His mission is to help other coaches learn to lead themselves and their teams well. Listen in as he shares about the leadership lessons he has learned and how they have helped him to be the leader he is today. You can connect with Coach Kelley via Twitter at @CoachKelleyCHHS
19 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
Chip Baker - The Success Chronicles
Chip Baker of the Success Chronicles shares what he has learned about leadership and how he strives to give back to others by sharing stories of success for positive inspiration and motivation so people can "go get It!" Connect more with Chip Baker and the Success Chronicles here https://linktr.ee/ChipBakerTSC (https://linktr.ee/ChipBakerTSC)
18 minutes | Apr 3, 2020
Stewart Hardy - All In Sports Outreach
In this episode of Leadership Mixtape, we talk with Stewart Hardy, co-founder of All in Sports Outreach whose mission is to "encourage coaches, athletes, and communities with the hope and power of Jesus Christ." Listen in to hear why true leadership has to be built on serving others and not serving yourself. Check out more of https://allinsportsoutreach.org/ (All In Sports Outreach) and be sure to follow them on Twitter @All_In317
23 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
Leadership Lessons Learned with Nick Cook - Head Football Coach, Chicago Christian HS
This mixtape is a conversation with Nick Cook, Head Football Coach at Chicago Christian HS in Palos Heights, Illinois. After winning three NCAA National Championships as an athlete and one as a coach with Ohio State Football in 2002, Coach Cook has made helping teams and the individuals within them, a part of his calling in life. Professionally, this calling has afforded him the privilege of providing leadership in a variety of settings including collegiate athletics, ministry in the local church, secondary education and administration, para-church ministry, and small business. This wide variety of leadership experiences has given him a passion to develop leaders of all kinds Learn more about Coach Cook's program philosophy by clicking on the links below https://drive.google.com/file/d/17-_4U5_w5223AV1O2jhy5ufagwhzPD6x/view (Chicago Christian Player Development Process) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1U_5kiyjWpxkyzVJgI5AwVS1Eg2TjjEyE/view?usp=sharing (T.E.A.M. Leadership)
14 minutes | Feb 28, 2020
Making People Change?
In this mixtape, Coach Smith and Coach Bowling discuss the myth and challenge of making people change thinking, emotions and behaviors. If you like what you hear, please review and subscribe!
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