Wired to Lead

Wired To LeadOver the next few weeks, I’ll begin posting here about the “Wired to Lead” series and study. This project is my final work for a doctorate in ministry at Wesley Theological Seminary. It has been a great journey, and I’m looking forward to this part of it! I hope you’ll join me for the adventure!

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11 Responses to Wired to Lead

  1. joan V Jett says:

    Looking forward to it and praying that your work will be guided and blessed by the Lord. Hope you get this as I am a tech dummy. Joan V. Jett

  2. peggylussier says:

    Looking forward to following this project and you. Good luck…not that you need it

  3. Es Campbell says:

    Heather, Delighted to be a part of the journey. So good to hear all is going well. Blessings, Es

  4. karen audet says:

    Heather, I just found this tonight. Have I missed much?

    • Hedy Collver says:

      You haven’t missed anything, Karen! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ll be posting as we go through the series here at Aldersgate, with a bunch of supplementary materials uploaded to my site. By the way, Chuck asked me the other day how you and Pete were doing. He still remembers laughing (grimacing?) with Pete during the “Greet One Another” time at Christ Church, or, as Pete called it: “Grip and Grin.” Blessings to you and your family!

  5. Cynthia says:

    Can’t wait to hear about your survey and this journey.

  6. Louise Williams says:

    Hedy, We are studying Adam Hamilton’s “The Call” and when reading chapter 2 last evening, I came across this statement by Adam which I thought was timely.- The most important and effective way we lead is by example. I recall what one of my college professors said: “You can’t lead people where you yourself are not going.”

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