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The Reservoir of Purpose with Dori Baker and Stephen Lewis
Our conversation with Dori and Stephen is packed with fresh insights about seeing leadership as a communal practice, the role of deep listening, and the work of discerning purpose that requires both risk and courage.
Senior Fellow, Forum for Theological Exploration
Dr. Dori Baker describes herself as a spy for hope. She is passionate about expanding the genre of stories, images, and artifacts for helping people find meaning and discover purpose.
President, Forum for Theological Exploration
Stephen Lewis is an organizational change strategist and facilitator, and a leadership development specialist, focused on helping leaders to discover their purpose, passion, and calling in life.
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Today’s episode focused on conversation from themes found in Another Way: Living and Leading Change on Purpose by Dori Baker, Stephen Lewis, and Matthew Wesley Williams.
Podcast and additional resources on Another Way can be found at fteleaders.org/anotherway
For more information about Dori Baker and her work as a consultant, visit: www.doribaker.com
Find out more about the work of the Forum for Theological Exploration at fteleaders.org.
Stephen Lewis founded DO GOOD X, a start-up accelerator for diverse, faith-rooted entrepreneurs creating social good ventures. For more information: dogoodx.org.
"That's Something" music and lyrics by Billy Crockett, © 2016 Spare Room Music, BMI, from the album In Session (with Roscoe Beck), Blue Rock Artists, 2020
"Resilience" music by Billy Crockett, © 2021 Spare Room Music, BMI
Reservoirs of Resilience is inspired by the monograph written by Bishop Janice Huie. Read the full publication here.
This podcast is brought to you by TMF’s Leadership Ministry. Leadership Ministry connects diverse, high capacity leaders in conversations and environments that create a network of courage, learning, and innovation in order to help the church lean into its God-appointed mission. For more information and to support TMF’s Leadership Ministry, visit tmf-fdn.org/leadership-ministry