Experiencing the teaching for yourself.
How the Snail Reached the Ark by Tommy Kiedis, Ph.D.
Tommy Kiedis' Commencement Address to the graduating class of 2015 at Lancaster Bible College and Capital Seminary & Graduate School.
Lessons From Past Presidents by Doris Kearns Goodwin
Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin talks about what we can learn from American presidents, including Abraham Lincoln and Lyndon Johnson.
The Value of Research for Leadership and Ministry by Tommy Kiedis, Ph.D.
Tommy Kiedis shares why research needs to be pursued by leaders.
3M Model For Meetings by Bill Hybels
Bill Hybels describes his 3M Model for having productive meetings.
Their Finest Hour a speech by Winston Churchill
In one of the most famous speeches of all time, Winston Churchill calls for the strength of Britain to prevent the collapse of Europe and the start of a “new dark age.”
“Cross of Gold” a speech by William Jennings Bryan
In what is often referred to as the greatest speech in American History, Bryan fights for the american “businessmen,” which was his tactful way to reference all laborers.
On April 3, 1968, at the Mason Temple (Church of God in Christ Headquarters) in Memphis, Tennessee, Martin Luther King Jr gave one of the most moving speeches ever recorded. The next day, King was assassinated.
In a rather small room, with very few people (relative to today’s Apple conferences), Steve Jobs introduces a revolutionary device: the iPod.