Ford Taylor and Patrick Williams, with special guest John Stevenson, continue to discuss racial reconciliation in America. This is part one of a two-part interview with John.
Questions explored in this episode:
- What little things can I do to bring change?
- How can I be a part of the solution?
- How can we come together to bring about change?
- Can we listen to another person’s story?
- Can we stay at the table and have the tough conversations?
About the guest:
John W. Stevenson is the founder of Heirs International Ministries and president and CEO of Heirs Media Group. He is the founder and serves as the apostle and senior pastor of Heirs Covenant Church, located in West Chester, Ohio just north of Cincinnati. John has served in ministry for over four decades in various capacities, including pastor, associate pastor, prophet, teacher, evangelist, worship leader, and chief musician. He is a prolific songwriter, a recording artist, producer of 11 recording projects and the author of three books, including Worshiper By Design: A Unique Look At Why We Were Created. Heirs International Ministries’ presence is known globally. John has ministered on five continents, leading worship, teaching, and preaching the message of the Kingdom of God to transform lives and impact nations. John’s ministry and service in the Body of Christ is diverse, crossing both racial and denominational lines, and is well respected around the world. John is also a part of Reconciliation! International, under the leadership of his pastor, Bishop Joseph L. Garlington, and has ministered with Reconciliation! International both nationally and internationally.
About the hosts:
Ford Taylor is a leadership solutions trainer, strategist, and speaker. With a primary emphasis on the people who serve an organization while simultaneously maintaining a clear focus on the business or organization itself, Ford shares straight-forward, practical solutions through authentic leadership training and individualized leadership consulting. Ford helps to both define and navigate leadership in today’s business culture with an empathetic intelligence derived from decades of experience with an array of people, personalities, and companies both large and small.
Patrick Williams met Ford Taylor in 2014, and his life was truly “transformed.” Learning, sharing, and modeling the tools and ingredients of Transformational Leadership has profoundly impacted not only his marriage and relationships but also his business interests, community involvement, and faith. Patrick loves people and lives to encourage others to be the best versions of themselves.