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Stories of leadership and life with Jo Saxton and Steph O'Brien

Aug 22, 2016

We all have a contribution to make to society and to the kingdom of God - let’s use that as our definition of ‘work’ as we explore what Mission looks like in our everyday work.   In Genesis 1:26-31 we see that God made the world and put us in it to take care of with Him.  That was the first work, God said it was good and it was before the fall.  God desires us to bring His kingdom into our work spaces as part of His plan for redemption. How can we do that?   4 frameworks for what mission looks like at work:  1)  Looking for People of Peace at work (Check out more about People of Peace in Ep. 37)   2) Being a person of Godly ethics in the workplace   3) Spiritual formation opportunities for you through your work (E.g. David in Psalm 78:70-72; Joseph)   4) What is the inherent kingdom value of the work you are doing?   Resources: Kingdom calling - Amy Sherman Visions of Vocation - Steve Garber Work Matters: Connecting Sunday Worship to Monday Work - Tom Nelson Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s Work - Timothy Keller Ordinary Mum, Extraordinary Mission — Anna France-Williams and Joy French (note the British spelling of Mum here!) Check out http://www.faithandwork.com/   Discussion questions:   1) Read Genesis 1:26-31 - how does it change your attitude to your work knowing that work was part of our original design for life with God?   2) Who are the People of Peace in your workplace? Are there people who aren’t but who you would like to be? Spend some time praying together for your work relationships.   3) What are the difficulties in your work right now? What might God be forming in you and preparing you for through them?   4) What is the inherent kingdom value of the work you are doing right now?      

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Aug 15, 2016

Often the way the Good News is presented to others does not sound like good news! In this Episode Jo and Steph discuss how we can be and bring true Good News to others.     In the Scripture (Isaiah 61) that Jesus quotes in Luke 4 we can identify 5 ways He was Good News to others:   1) Provision 2) Freedom 3) Healing 4) Justice 5) Undeserved favor   We can be and bring Good News to others as we identify and embrace those areas in our own lives and the lives of others which are in need of some good news.  

Discussion questions:  

1) Read Luke 4:14-21 together and discuss which of the five ways above was good news for you as you came to faith. Which of those five drew you to Christ? What made the Good News good to you?  

2) In which of the five areas is your neighborhood in need of Good News right now?  

3) Think about your current People of Peace - what would be Good News to them right now? (Check out Ep. 37 for more on People of Peace)  

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Aug 8, 2016

God is pursuing the people around us and He invites us to join Him.  Using Jesus’ practical instructions in Luke 10:1-9 we can discover who our ‘people of peace’ are and how we should respond to them, pronouncing His wholeness and freedom into their lives.   What does it look like to go into our everyday lives with intention? How do we identify where God’s Spirit is already working amongst those we meet and have relationship with? Who are ‘People of Peace’ and how do we identify them? How does the Bible say we should we respond to them?   In this episode Jo and Steph discuss Luke 10:1-9 and the three spaces where ‘people of peace’ can be found: 1) passing relationships, 2) current, present relationships and 3) permanent relationships. Together they share encouraging testimonies and practical tips to help you intentionally bring Jesus to those different spaces.  

Discussion questions:   - Read Luke 10:1-9 together and discuss how you can apply Jesus’ instructions to your life. How do you feel about talking to strangers about Jesus / your faith journey? Share your struggles with one another and pray for opportunities and boldness to respond to them this week.   - Who are the people who are present in your life right now who are open to you, welcome you and serve you? How can you be more intentional in your relationship with them? Who else in your faith community could you introduce to them?   - Who are the permanent relationships who still need to know Jesus? Pray together about what it looks like to surround them with Jesus in this season.  Are they ripe and need more intentional discipleship or is this the season to sow prayers? What practical steps can you take to either intentionally disciple and / or remember to pray for them?   

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Aug 1, 2016

God is doing things all around us and is inviting us to be on mission with Him on a daily basis in our everyday lives. There are, however, many lies we believe which hold us back from joining Him.   Jo and Steph discuss 10 lies about life on mission: 1. It is going to take a lot of extra time (which I don’t have!) 2. A life on mission is somewhere else, preferably abroad. 3. You have to be a professional missionary to be sent on mission 4. You have to have a certain personality type - one that is fearless and chatty! 5. You have to have professional training to do mission - until then I can’t do mission. 6. Assumption that real mission will be the exact opposite of anywhere you want to go and anything you want to do. 7. It’s all about what you say. 8. It’s all about what you do. You don’t need to say anything. 9. You have to go it alone! 10. You have to do it for God.  

Discussion questions:  

1) Read John 5:19.  Where is God already working in the lives of people around you? In which contexts is God inviting you to be on mission with Him in your every day life?

2) Are you an introvert or extrovert? How can you do mission within your personality type? Where are the challenge to embrace?

3) Who are your team? Who is praying with you about your mission opportunities?  

Neighborhood crawl: In your everyday life here are 8 things you can be intentional about: (Go to www.leadstoriespodcast.com to see visual)  

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Jul 25, 2016

What is ‘calling’?

How do we handle seasons where God seems silent about our calling?

How do you step into what you think God is doing when all the doors keep closing?

How does serving in insignificant roles make a difference to our callings?

How do we discern which ideas to pursue when we have some many ideas?

How can we encourage people to be content with seemingly insignificant callings?

How can we get access to leaders and mentors who are so busy?

How can we decide who we should mentor?

 

 

Jo and Steph are live answering questions on calling at Mercy Vineyard Church in Minnesota

 

 

References mentioned:

 

Matthew 28: we are commissioned

 

Acts 21: we are witnesses

 

1 Corinthians 12: we are part of a body

 

Isaiah 61: Jesus’ calling

 

Discussion questions:

 

1) Ask one another: ‘Where do you see me come most alive?’ &  ‘When do you see me most discouraged and depleted?’

 

2) What are the small, perhaps difficult things God is calling you to be faithful in right now?

 

3) Who are you mentoring right now? Who is mentoring you?

 

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Jul 18, 2016
  • What can I do if my partner is not at the same place spiritually as me?
  • How can I thrive being single?
  • How can churches encourage people to step out of gender roles and embrace their personal calling?
  • What about conflicts?
  • How can we build healthy teams?
  • How can women navigate relationships with men who are not supportive of their calling?

  Jo and Steph are live answering these questions and more on relationships at Mercy Vineyard Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota   References: Matthew 18:15-17 - Jesus’ practical advice on reconciliation   Discussion questions:

  1. Who are your key relationships right now? Who are you not spending enough time with? Who are you investing too much time in?  
  2. Read Matthew 18:15-17 - how well are you following Jesus’ advice in conflict situations right now?
  3. Which of the questions asked today (see above) spoke most into your situation? Why?

 

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Jul 14, 2016

Racism is a curse, but diversity is a gift.  How can we embrace that gift in the areas of influence that God has given us?

 

In this episode Jo and Steph discuss how we can seek out and pursue cultural diversity and the richness of perspectives that accompany it as individuals, churches and society as a whole.

 

First steps to grow in intercultural competence:

1. Seek relationships with people who are different from you.

2. Read, Listen, Learn - grow in knowledge and experience of diversity.

3. Be mentored by people who are different than you and mentor others.

 

The Underground Network, Tampa, Florida - http://tampaunderground.com/

 

Read Listen Learn: Resources on Diversity:

The Global Church Project - www.theglobalchurchproject.com

Latasha Morrison - Be the Bridge - www.beabridgebuilder.com

Dr. John Perkins & Christian Community Development Association - http://www.ccda.org/

Disunity in Christ by Dr. Christena Cleveland - http://www.christenacleveland.com/

The Next Worship by Sandra Van Opstal - http://www.sandravanopstal.com/

Austin Channing Brown - http://austinchanning.com/

Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil - www.saltermcneil.com/

 

Questions for discussion:

1. Is there cultural diversity in your daily face-to-face relationships? How can you further embrace culturally diverse relationships in your local community?

2. Think about the books you read, the podcasts and music you listen to - are they culturally diverse? How can you seek different cultural perspectives in those areas?

3. Who are the people who are mentoring / influencing you right now and who you are mentoring / influencing? How can you grow in diversity in those areas?

 

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Jul 11, 2016

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Jul 5, 2016

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Jun 27, 2016

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Jun 20, 2016

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Jun 13, 2016

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May 30, 2016

Racism is a curse, but diversity is a gift. How can we embrace that gift in the areas of influence that God has given us?

In this episode Jo and Steph discuss how we can seek out and pursue cultural diversity and the richness of perspectives that accompany it as individuals, churches and society as a whole.

First steps to grow in intercultural competence:

1. Seek relationships with people who are different from you.

2. Read, Listen, Learn - grow in knowledge and experience of diversity.

3. Be mentored by people who are different than you and mentor others.

The Underground Network, Tampa, Florida - http://tampaunderground.com/

Read Listen Learn: Resources on Diversity:

The Global Church Project - www.theglobalchurchproject.com

Latasha Morrison - Be the Bridge - www.beabridgebuilder.com

Dr. John Perkins & Christian Community Development Association - http://www.ccda.org/

Disunity in Christ by Dr. Christena Cleveland - http://www.christenacleveland.com/

The Next Worship by Sandra Van Opstal - http://www.sandravanopstal.com/

Austin Channing Brown - http://austinchanning.com/

Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil - www.saltermcneil.com/

Questions for discussion:

1. Is there cultural diversity in your daily face-to-face relationships? How can you further embrace culturally diverse relationships in your local community?

2. Think about the books you read, the podcasts and music you listen to - are they culturally diverse? How can you seek different cultural perspectives in those areas?

3. Who are the people who are mentoring / influencing you right now and who you are mentoring / influencing? How can you grow in diversity in those areas?

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May 30, 2016

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May 23, 2016

In part 2 of stepping into empowerment as a woman, Jo and Steph discuss 9 further ways to be intentional about embracing our callings. 

 

5) Willingness to risk

6) embrace the season you are in and have the right expectations of the season you are in right now.

7) Building a network of relationships.

8) Network with people in your field.

9) We need to articulate it and say what we are called to.

10) Being aware of what is happening with the door.

11) Burn up your cultural oughts and shoulds.

12) One of the ways we can grow is to grow with others. Responsibility of calling out other’s gifts.

13) Sharpen your skills - invest in the things you are good at further.

 

Discussion questions:

1) Where are you afraid to step into your calling? Are you willing to embrace Godly-risks? Where do you feel held back right now? Is it because you are afraid or because God is holding you back?

2) Articulate your calling.  Speak out what you are called to do. (e.g. I am a mother, I am a writer, I am an evangelist, I am a speaker, I am an encourager)

3) Who are you building relationship with in your field of interest? What is holding you back?

 

 

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May 16, 2016

What does it mean to step into empowerment as a woman? This week Jo and Steph discuss 4 ways we can embrace our callings:

 

1) Embracing our identities and covenant relationship with God

2) Looking at where we have limited ourselves and made assumptions that we have nothing to offer.

3) Making our character’s a priority

4) Looking for accessible role models doing what you are passionate about.

 

Discussion questions:

1) Where have you limited yourself? What things do you believe are not open to you?

2) How do you make your character a priority? What intentional steps have you taken to get healing for hurts and to live accountably? Where do you need to take further steps to get healing?

3) Where have you found accessible role models (not just physically 1-on-1, but in books or online) doing things you are passionate about? Where do you need to be more intentional about this?

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May 9, 2016

Many leaders are asking how they can empower women into their callings. Today Jo and Steph discuss 5 ways:

 

1) Look at the assumptions we already have

2) Ask, seek, knock

3) Consider viable vehicles of discipleship and training.

4) make it visible

5) give people several tangible opportunities (and let them fail / be mediocre).   

 

Discussion questions:

1) What assumptions do you have about women in leadership? What things have you consciously or subconsciously been taught about the spheres women / you can lead in?

 

2) Where are women underrepresented in areas of influence in your life? (Both secular and church settings)

 

3) Which women have made leadership visible for you?

 

4) How do you feel about giving people who are not very good at leading an opportunity to lead? Do you have a culture of discipleship where people can practice and make mistakes in a loving, encouraging environment?

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May 5, 2016

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May 2, 2016

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Apr 25, 2016

Today’s episode is a practical one - how can we prepare well and find our voice as we lead others when we need to speak up? How can we prepare for a small group or a PTA meeting or to give a talk and still do it within our own personalities?

Jo and Steph share their journey’s into public speaking and how they prepare for those settings in different ways within their own personalities. 

 

Discussion questions:

1) How does the idea of leading a small group / giving a talk / speaking up in a meeting make you feel?

 

2) How do you currently prepare for a situation where you need to speak up? What things have you found that help? What things haven’t worked so well?

 

3) Who are the people who can give you feedback on your speaking and leading? Do you ask for feedback? Do you give helpful feedback to others?

 

4) Where would you like to grow in speaking up? What steps can you take to intentionally engage with this?

 

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Apr 18, 2016

How can we grow in our leadership? What things can take us to the next level and how can we intentionally engage with them?

 

In this episode, Jo and Steph discuss things that have enhanced and grown their leadership, from specific people, learning about their own personalities, resources they have read and people they have observed.

 

They also share how God has been growing them recently in leadership and what He has been highlighting to them.

 

Being led by others is also an opportunity to learn about leadership both by observing their strengths and their weaknesses and Steph and Jo share personal experiences of things they have learned by being led by others.

 

 

Discussion questions:

1) What things have helped you grow as a leader?

 

2) Share one thing that God has taught you about leadership as you have led others.

 

3) Think of someone you have led under that you have respected and what they have taught you about good leadership.  Where have they have highlighted a different way of leading to how you would lead out of your own personality?

 

4) The Bible says we will reap where we sow.  Where we have judged others, we will do the same if we do not learn to forgive.  Where do you need to forgive leaders who have hurt you so that you do not end up leading the same way without realizing it?

 

 

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Apr 11, 2016

In this episode Jo and Steph discuss leadership, starting with the definition of leadership being influence.

 

Sharing from their own journeys into leadership, Jo and Steph highlight signposts on the way to realizing they were leaders and look at prominent biblical characters and the ways they lead others even before they came into their calling.

 

Being a leader is also about recognizing our own limitations as well as our giftings.  Steph and Jo both share about their ‘shadow sides’ - their weaknesses and areas where they intentionally seek out help and support from others as part of being the body of Christ and influencing others together.

 

 

Discussion questions:

 

1) Where do you have influence right now? Who is following you or could follow you?

 

2) What were some of the strengths and weaknesses in David’s leadership and influence both before and after becoming king? (Don’t just go for the obvious ones, try and dig deeper!) What about Esther’s influence? Where was she strong and where did she lean on others?

 

3) What are some of your strengths and giftings as a leader? What does your ‘shadow side’ look like? Where are you weak and need help? (Discuss this with some close friends too!)

 

4) What intentional steps can you take to grow in your strengths and weaknesses as a leader? (Joining a leadership group, finding a mentor, reading, training etc…)

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Apr 4, 2016

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Mar 28, 2016

Jo's Blog on What do you see when you look in the mirror: http://www.josaxton.com/2016/02/08/what-do-you-see-when-you-look-in-the-mirror/  

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Mar 21, 2016

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