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Interview with Jeff Myers

Vol. 75, Prg. 21–25
June 18–22, 2007


It’s important to teach our children to shape the culture and not be shaped by it. On this week’s Home School Heartbeat, HSLDA president Mike Smith interviews author and speaker Dr. Jeff Myers about the characteristics of a culture-shaping leader.

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6/18  
Culture-Shaping Leaders
6/19  
Understanding Your God-given Identity
6/20  
Secrets of Great Communicators
6/21  
Understanding the Times
6/22  
Raising Leaders in the House

Dr. Jeff Myers’ mission is to equip culture-shaping leaders to understand the times, unleash their God-given gifts, and communicate the truth with confidence.

Dr. Myers is Associate Professor of Communication Arts at Bryan College. He’s also President of the Myers Institute for Communication and Leadership, the organization through which the leadership-training mission is being launched.

Over the last decade Dr. Myers has worked with Colorado-based Summit Ministries to develop cutting-edge leadership experiences in Colorado, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Alberta, Canada.

Dr. Myers is the author of six books and three video coaching systems including Understanding the Times, the curriculum that introduced worldview training to America’s Christian schools, and Secrets of Great Communicators.

Dr. Myers earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Denver. He and his wife Danielle homeschool their four children—Graham, Emma, Cate and Stuart—and live in Tennessee.

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