Summer Series
Friday, May 27, 2022 1:28 PM

Summer Series

Friday, May 27, 2022 1:28 PM
Friday, May 27, 2022 1:28 PM

We are delighted to kick off our summer "Conversations with Leaders" series with the Honorable Barry Gordon, Mayor, City of Duncanville, Texas. The City of Duncanville, along with Cedar Hill, DeSoto and Lancaster, collectively are known as "Best Southwest Cities."

Mayor Gordon is serving his first term as Mayor of the City and is seeking re-election. 

"Conversations with Leaders" debuted in Fall 2021 to give leaders an opportunity to share with our audience leadership principles and experiences that have prepared them to lead; and share with emerging leaders, what it takes to achieve and succeed as a leader.

At the core of Christians In Public Service is L.I.F.E. - Leadership. Inspiration. Fellowship. Education. We leave the politics to others as we focus on comprehensive leadership principles. We believe that leadership is an art. Practicing it is a skill that few truly master. 

Join the conversation, Friday, noon, June 3rd on Facebook Live as we talk leadership with Duncanville Mayor, Barry Gordon.

On deck for July ...

Joining Dorothy in July will be the Honorable Edna Branch Jackson, Georgia State Representative. "Wisdom from the Old South."

Representative Jackson is the former Mayor of the City of Savannah, Georgia. She is the 65th Mayor and the first African American woman to lead the City.

Representative Jackson is currently serving on a special committee of the House and is working with us to secure the July date. Stay tuned...


 

The Inaugural Fall Series
Thursday, August 5, 2021 5:22 PM

The Inaugural Fall Series

Thursday, August 5, 2021 5:22 PM
Thursday, August 5, 2021 5:22 PM

Beginning Friday, August 13th, we kick off our Inaugural Fall Facebook Live Conversations on Leadership Series!

Hosted by Dorothy Burton, President, Christians in Public Service and host of the Governing God's Way Podcast, conversations will feature influential and phenomenal public servant leaders who will talk about what it takes to serve, lead and leave well, a legacy.

We are living in a time where statesmanship and true public servant leadership are becoming things of the past.

But if our cities, counties and governments are to survive, we must together work to find our way back to respectful governing; teaching those serving now and the next generation what that looks like. And, the importance of leaving a legacy of leadership for generations to come.

Inspirational. Informative. Free.