|Passing the Baton to Your Children: An Interview with Jeff Myers||Vol. 112, Prg. 31–35|
June 18–22, 2012
Dr. Jeff Myers, author of Handoff: The Only Way to Win the Race of Life, calls today’s youth the “numb”—the generation unreached by powerful positive influences. But you can reach them. On this week’s Home School Heartbeat, you’ll learn how to pass the baton of leadership, empowering your children to become the change they want to see in the world.
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Handoff: The Only Way to Win the Race of Life
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Dr. Jeff Myers
Dr. Jeff Myers is an Associate Professor of Communication Arts at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, where he teaches undergraduate courses and MBA courses in leadership and communication. He is also President of Passing the Baton International, a non-profit ministry with a vision to equip and train one million adults to coach and mentor the next generation of leaders in a biblical worldview, Christ-centered leadership and bold, godly communication. Dr. Myers is the author of six books and three video coaching systems. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of Colorado-based Summit Ministries, where he has served for more than two decades as a curriculum and conference developer. He and his wife Danielle homeschool their four children in rural east Tennessee, where Jeff also loves driving a pick-up and operating power equipment to landscape, remodel and build things.
Dr. Myers’ mission is to equip culture-shaping leaders to understand the times, unleash their God-given gifts, and communicate the truth with confidence. Check out his on-demand webinars with HSLDA’s @home e-vents program to better equip yourself and your students today!
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