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This weekly podcast explores Christian leadership by challenging the norm and letting innovation thrive. This podcast inspires listeners to tap into their hidden potential as innovative trailblazers. With insightful discussions and candid interviews featuring diverse Christian leaders, it uncovers unconventional approaches to faith-based leadership. Whether you're a seasoned leader or an emerging one, this podcast will empower you to harness your creativity and make a difference. -- Help sup ...
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In this episode of The Hidden Potential Podcast, we explore whether you should quit your day job to pursue your passion. We'll cover practical steps for planning your business model, evaluating your ROI, and maintaining discipline for success. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by visiting https…
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69. 5 Things I Would Do If I Started Over In this episode, Homer shares the top five actions he would take if starting over. Learn how to define your purpose, connect with your audience, and build a strong, engaging ministry. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by visiting https://www.homerhargro…
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In this episode, Homer shares three transformative tips for effective leadership. Tune in to discover how staying busy, bouncing back from setbacks, and embracing the belief in your success can elevate your leadership and ministry. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by visiting https://www.homer…
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In this, Homer dives into the essentials of building your online presence with a focus on website creation and social media strategies. Learn practical tips on choosing the right website template, optimizing for mobile, understanding your audience's social media habits, and creating authentic connections both online and offline. — Leave a rating an…
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In this episode, Homer discusses how to anticipate and prevent problems before they arise. Learn strategies for event planning, managing staff and volunteers, and protecting against burnout, with three actionable takeaways to boost your leadership skills. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by vi…
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In this episode, we discuss the problems of people pleasing in leadership. Learn how to recognize it, avoid it, and apply three key takeaways to stay true to your mission. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by visiting https://www.homerhargrove.com Follow on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and TikT…
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In this episode, we explore the art of speaking with no preparation, discussing strategies for seizing opportunities and always having a message ready. Tune in for practical tips on crafting a compelling message using your best content, and learn how regular practice can prepare you to thrive outside your comfort zone. — Leave a rating and review f…
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In this episode, we go into the recent Driscoll & Stronger Men’s Conference, as I share my thoughts on it from a leadership perspective. We'll discuss the nature of the accusations made and talk about the necessity of such events in today’s context. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by visiting…
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In this episode, we discuss ten foundational principles that enhance leadership qualities, emphasizing the importance of presence, problem-solving with trust, and prioritizing growth over perfection. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by visiting https://www.homerhargrove.com Follow on YouTube, …
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In this episode, we dive into the art of growing your network through the power of presence, support, and collaboration. Learn how to make impactful connections by attending industry events, volunteering your services, and inviting others into your space, all aimed at enhancing your leadership and ministry impact. — Leave a rating and review for th…
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In this episode, we talk about the complex world of emotional disappointments in leadership and ministry, offering insights on acknowledging our feelings without becoming overwhelmed by them. We explore practical steps for moving forward, culminating in three actionable takeaways to empower listeners in managing their emotional responses to setback…
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In this episode, I have a conversation with Jaden Munoz, a bible college student from Christ Mission College about spiritual and practical steps to preparing a sermon. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by visiting https://www.homerhargrove.com Follow on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok b…
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Learn to amplify your reach across platforms with minimal effort. Gain insights on leveraging AI and establishing smart routines to maximize your content's impact. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by visiting https://www.homerhargrove.com Follow on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok by se…
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In this episode, we delve into four unexpected habits that have profoundly impacted my leadership journey, enhancing mental clarity, discipline, and focus. Tune in to uncover how these morning rituals can transform your daily routine and leadership approach. — Leave a rating and review for this show! Connect with Homer or become a Support Member by…
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In this conversation, I talk with Evita Morin about small triumphs to building leadership. Evita is the CEO of Rise Recovery, and she has over 15 years of experience in the civic and nonprofit sector with vulnerable and marginalized groups. Under her leadership, Rise Recovery has thrived, raising $8.5 million for San Antonio's first family and yout…
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In this conversation, Eric Campos interviews me for his research assignment in Bible College about the topic of intimacy relative to church members, leaders and even in marriage. We talk about what it practically looks like and how it can be made sustainable. Eric is a youth pastor and minister with over 13 years of experience. — Leave a rating and…
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In this episode, I talk with Sergio Torres about becoming an authentic leader. Sergio is the lead pastor at Somos Church (www.somoschurch.cc).He was born in El Paso, Texas, and raised in Juárez, Mexico. Beyond his passion and dedication to the church, he is a loving husband to Beatriz and a proud father of three wonderful children. Sergio is passio…
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In this episode, I have a conversation with Chuck Skarin about the power of building leaders. Throughout his journey, Chuck has initiated and led various ministry sites, spanning diverse settings from rural areas to mid-sized cities and is currently leading as the Chief Ministry Officer at Southwest Texas Youth for Christ office in San Antonio, Tx.…
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In this episode, I interview a good friend of mine, Jarred Moss. He is a Pastor at The River church in Searcy, Arkansas and has occupied several leadership roles and responsibilities in his 14 years of ministry experience. He has completed several ministry and Biblical education programs such as 220internship at Bethany Church, Destiny Leadership I…
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Big thought: Some of the most difficult moments in ministry and leadership is when you feel like you’ve hit a wall and feel like you’re not seeing the results or fruits of the hard work that you’ve been putting in. It may come in different forms. It may be that you have been working at it for a long time and now feel like you’re just beating your h…
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Big thought: Many people allow their years to somewhat fold over on each other as they are in a constant state of playing catch up. Without having a clear process of building their plans and goals, they feel overwhelmed at the thought of planning for the year because they struggle with simply planning their week. But if you want something to change…
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Big thought: Every year people typically like the idea of having a type of reset in their lives through a New Year’s resolution. One thing that I like to do is have an end of the year reflection to look back and critically think about what lessons I have learned. Each year, I feel like I am able to grow as an individual and leader as I consider the…
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Big thought: One of the hardest parts about becoming a leader is the weight of responsibility that comes with it. It can feel overwhelming to feel like different initiatives or even sometimes the entire organization is relying on you. It can feel either frustrating or discouraging when you run into problems or failed goals with all of that pressure…
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Big thought: One of the biggest mistakes that ministers and leaders make is making their desired audience too broad. If you try to reach everyone, you’ll often reach no one. But if you try to reach someone, you’ll feel like you’re reaching everyone. This all boils down into finding out what your niche of expertise is in. In today’s episode, we’re g…
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Big thought: The longer that you are a leader, the greater demand of your attention grows. It can feel overwhelming as you begin to have too much on your plate, and with feeling exasperated comes feeling confused on what you should be doing first. On top of that, the minute that you finish one thing, it seems like three more things arise asking for…
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Big thought: Most leaders start out with a simple aspiration to make a difference by stepping up in some way shape or form. As simple as it starts, there are so many complex situations and ideas that we run into along the way. At the same time, there are different levels of leadership and different things that you should practice depending on how f…
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Big thought: It’s easier now than ever to project a message for others to hear because of online platforms. You don’t need anyone’s permission to start a live video or launch a podcast. Any person who is convincing enough can create an online following that goes to them for guidance, lessons or advice. The only problem is that if your only experien…
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Big thought: A person’s own personal transformational experience with Jesus Christ can be one of the most powerful tools one can use in bringing others to Christ. But the problem is that many people struggle to go through their story in an effective and easy to follow way. Learning how to sharpen your testimony can dramatically alter how you’re abl…
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42. Make Your Message More Approachable Big thought: So many times, we have a great life giving message that can truly help impact a person’s life and soul, we’re left deflated and confused when people reject that message on the spot. While saying things like, “they just can’t handle the truth” lets us off the hook, being better at how we say certa…
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In today’s episode, we have a conversation with Pastor Mario Nava. Mario is married to his beautiful bride, Irma, and the father to Rebekah and Andrew. He leads and pastors the church Living Faith in San Antonio, Texas. His church is outreach minded and holds true to the idea to “BE THE CHURCH." His messages are inspiring and uplifting as he challe…
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Big thought: It’s common to read even passages of scripture that are powerful yet feel like your audience isn’t connecting to it. Oftentimes it’s not as much as what we are talking about as it is how we are talking about it. As leaders and communicators, we have to learn how to better develop our storytelling abilities so that we can help people to…
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Big thought: Many leaders carry vague ideas of different recordable metrics in their heads, and many times their ideas of these numbers give a false perception of what success looks like. A leader can be making a valuable impact in people’s lives while thinking that they aren’t making a difference at the same time. Someone can go through a slow dow…
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In this episode, we're joined by Abe McIntyre, a remarkable individual who, after overcoming addiction, became a leader in the field of recovery at the San Antonio Recovery Center. Abe's personal journey as a recovering addict has uniquely positioned him to provide leadership and inspiration to others on the path to recovery. Discover how Abe lever…
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Big thought: Connecting with people is often easier said than done, and many people psych themselves out of it before they even get the chance to try. Building rapport is one of the most coveted skills in almost any business or organization. It seems to be the essence of being a people’s person, but it is actually so much more than that. It is buil…
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Big thought: Deciding whether you want to stay or leave a workplace is one of the most difficult and confusing decisions you can make. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and lost as to what to do as you go back and forth between what you think are the pros and cons. And it’s even more confusing when you’re wondering if you’re supposed to stay or go acco…
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Big thought: A leader’s organizational skills are pivotal within an organization or ministry because everyone else that you’re leading is dependent on your level of clarity and sophistication in handling business. When you finish something last minute, someone else is now more stressed over their role because you didn’t organize enough time. Your l…
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Big thought: Procrastination is one of the most damaging traits to have because not only does it typically stain your presentation, but it builds up anxiety for a special moment that you should actually be excited about. Instead of being able to appreciate the privilege of responsibility, you feel like an imposter who isn’t ready for the task. Toda…
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Big thought: One of the biggest mistakes that I made early on in ministry was neglecting the potential of meaningful relationships and networks of people that I was a part of. At the time, I had a mixture of trauma led isolation and pride that made me believe that I didn’t necessarily need other people in my life to do what God had called me to do.…
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In this episode, we talk with Harry Benard about how he found his unique niche of ministry after he combined student ministry and his barbershop. For the past 14 years, Harry's journey began with cutting hair, evolving into a seasoned barber with 2 years of professional expertise. Beyond being the proprietor of Lifestyle Haircare, he proudly spearh…
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Big thought: Many times in early leadership, we want to break the status quo by shaking things up. We feel ambitious and determined as we are set on making a difference. But, it’s easy for that passion to fizzle out once nothing necessarily seems to change and the people around us are more irritated by us than grateful for us. Today, we are going t…
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In this episode, I share an audio excerpt from a talk that I gave at a secular recovery event. Not only do I share my own story of recovery, but I share the Gospel through my story even though I wasn't technically allowed to preach the Gospel. Take away: 1. Think creatively about how to present the Gospel in ways that fit into limiting spaces that …
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Big thought: Meetings within organizations can feel like life or death! While it sounds overly simple at first, learning how to hold and lead a productive meeting is crucial to your leadership. When done effectively, it can help build clarity, community and collaboration. When done dis-orderly, it can drain vitality, discourage morale, and distort …
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Big thought: Ministry can quickly take a toll on your marriage if you’re not careful. Many marriages experience difficult times, regardless of you doing ministry or not. But, there are certain aspects of ministry that have the potential to create specific problems within a marriage. Many great marriages have been damaged and even broken because of …
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Big thought: One thing that comes with the role of being a leader is being heavily criticized. You become the focal point of the organization with a fish bowl effect, and some people will feel no hesitation in voicing their disagreements on how you handle certain things. While many aspiring leaders expect some criticism from the role, I think that …
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Big thought: An important aspect of leadership is recognizing how others perceive you. You should actually care about how others see you (to some extent) because, to some degree, it reflects your leadership. Today, we are going to talk about how to build part of your personality and rapport as a leader. We are going to talk about how to balance bei…
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BIG THOUGHT: It’s easy to feel overwhelmed from all of the suggested advice or steps when it comes to experiencing success in leadership or ministry. You can truly waste hours, days and months chasing the “new” idea on ministry or leadership but I believe there are simple and consistent principles that you can apply to your role without having to c…
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Big thought: Accountability usually sounds restrictive to the person who is being accountable because can make you feel like you are putting yourself in a box or positioning yourself to having to ask permission. But that is not what we are talking about today. Choosing to find someone to be accountable to is choosing to ask someone to help you achi…
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Big thought: One of the most common pains in leadership is IMPOSTER SYNDROME. People constantly think that they have to be somebody else in order to be successful, but it’s simply not true. The more that you try to pretend to be someone else, the more stunted your leadership impact will be. When you allow yourself to be authentic, you will reach pe…
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Big thought: Hosting an event can be either exciting or terrifying depending on whether or not you know what you're doing. When you lead your first event, you quickly realize that it's a lot easier said than done because of how much work it takes and because of how many details are easy to forget about. Today, I'm going to give you some essential e…
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Big thought: One of the first things that generally happen when a new person is put in charge is them changing the name. Our first instinct is to take a sense of possession over the organization or ministry by renaming it and changing it to fit our personality. The reason this can be very unproductive and even dangerous is because it is done out of…
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