The Pathway to Promise is all about affirming that every person has a God-given promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose and you must implement a planned pathway with the proper people to quickly overcome life’s challenges to achieve that promised life.
The Pathway to Promise Podcast is published weekly and features teaching my teaching on life transformation by taking bold action, being motivated by loving relationships, drawing on a higher power and applying self-discipline. These are God’s gift to your life that you can claim today.
These four gifts are:
- Taking Bold Action
- Drawing on a Higher Power
- The energy of Loving relationships
- Application of Self-Discipline
In addition to my teaching through the podcast and blog posts, I often have guests on The Pathway to Promise Life podcast who have overcome adversity to transform their own lives for success and have achieved peace, prosperity, and purpose and share their advice, experience, and transferable principles.
This is the place to claim your life of peace, prosperity, and purpose…I promise.
Who am I to make such a promise.
I am a follower of Jesus Christ, a husband, dad, and granddad. I like to read, write and bike and travel the world on mission projects and particularly engage in meaningful conversations about matters that matter with people like you.
I have devoted 35 years to Christian ministry as a local church pastor and have worked with many people, couples families and organizations on matters of living up to their God-given potential.
It’s true. Life-transformation is what gets me jazzed. I have read over a thousand books on the subject and studied extensively formally by earning degrees in sociology, theology and a doctorate in transformational leadership and informally through seeking out mentors and training through seminars, conversations and workshops.
I’m passionate about effecting life transformation for those who have had great adversity to overcome. I, my self-have experienced depression, divorce, disease, debt and death in my life (the five “D’s” of adversity I call them) and know I can be helpful to guide people through the wilderness of adversity to a good place…the promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose.