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Should You Take Your Team To Israel? with David Whiting [Podcast]

Posted by Maggie Richter on 8/1/17 7:00 AM

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The Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast brings you interviews from leaders across the theological spectrum of the global Church. Our goal is to bring you thought-provoking interviews that encourage you, challenge you, and help you build, run, and keep great teams.

In today's episode of the Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast, William talks with David Whiting, Executive Search Consultant at Vanderbloemen Search Group. 

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David Whiting is an Executive Search Consultant at Vanderbloemen Search GroupAs an Executive Search Consultant, David works directly with churches, guiding them through Vanderbloemen's extensive search process to find the right staff for their church. 

Before working with Vanderbloemen, David served as the Lead Pastor of Northridge Church in Rochester, NY for 15 years. His passion is to help churches become places that are thriving and making more and better followers of Jesus. 

David met his wife, Sue, in college, and they married a month after he graduated. They have been married for 25 years and have three daughters in college. 

David talks with William about:

  • The spiritual significance of a trip to Israel 
  • Why church leaders should take a group of church members to Israel
  • Finding new church leaders through pilgrimages 
  • How to build teams through church-wide trips

 

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David Whiting

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Quotes from David:

 Jerusalem is the only city where God chose His name to dwell.Tweet:  Jerusalem is the only city where God chose His name to dwell. @davidwhiting4 http://bit.ly/2uNwl3V via @VanderbloemenSG #Vandercast

It's impossible to fall more in love with Christ without falling in love with His Church.Tweet: It's impossible to fall more in love with Christ without falling in love with His Church. http://bit.ly/2uNwl3V @VanderbloemenSG #Vandercast

Shared experience builds teams."Tweet:

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Topics: Senior Leadership, Podcast

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