Chris Tompkins, author of Raising LGBTQ Allies: A Parent's Guide to Changing the Messages from the Playground
They Can't All be Betty
Author Chris Tompkins joins me to discuss his upcoming book, Raising LGBTQ Allies: A Parent's Guide to Changing the Messages from the Playground.We also discuss the topic of internalized homophobia, and how heteronormative language creates harmful long-lasting subconscious messages.This episode isn't just for parents. It's for everyone who has been affected by the weight of internalized messages, believes in the power of words and intention, and wants to change the conversation! Pre-order Raising LGBTQ Allies here.Instagram: @aroadtriptoloveTwitter: @ARoadTripToLove
107: What Are Some Best Practices When Mentoring Teenagers? Interview with Chris Tompkins
Youth Ministry Team Podcast
You hear people sharing stories of breakthroughs and phenomenal faith-shifting moments with their students, and you start to think about the last time you could say the same about students in your ministry. Whether you can’t remember the last time or it was just last week, there are certain practices you can engage in that will leave a lasting impact on the next generation. Join us this week with Chris Tompkins from Muskoka Woods as he gives us tips for mentoring teenagers in the ways that matter most. Check out Chris’ Shaping Our World Podcast to hear from more amazing leaders! Want to check out the book Chris recommended? Planet Middle School by Kevin Leman Special thanks to this episode’s sponsor, Trinity Western University. Their mission is to develop godly Christian leaders: positive, goal-oriented university graduates with thoroughly Christian minds; growing disciples of Jesus Christ who glorify God through fulfilling the Great Commission, serving God and people in the various marketplaces of life. They are passionately committed to helping you discover how to be fully and faithfully present in the world and to play a vital role in God’s work of healing, hope, and renewal. Learn more about this leading liberal arts university with campuses in both Canada and the USA at TWU.ca Submit your youth ministry question at youthministry.team.
What’s Shaping Our World? Leadership in Youth Development with Chris Tompkins
Leading With Nice Interview Series
Chris Tompkins, COO at Muskoka Woods, has been working as a youth development professional for over two decades, and in that time he’s sought to help young people develop their full leadership potential. Leadership should be taught young, he says, and as adults, our job is to be conscious of what is shaping their world. Chris is launching a podcast in that exact theme: Shaping Our World can be found on your favourite podcast platform (including the one you're using to listen to this episode).
In this Episode Daniel and Chris talk about how to maintain our desire, persevere and overcome external distractions along the way while we are pursuing our dream. Recognizing synchronicities and going back to our original intention can be powerful tools to help us to keep going.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
S1E5 - "Enterprise Technical Aptitude" with Chris Tompkins, Indiana University
In this episode, we talked inception at IU and then focused on team structure and capabilities. With 15 team members, Chris outlines the governance and prioritization that keeps them successful and nimble as they stretch across the enterprise at IU. He breaks down their staff into squads, tells us what he looks for in new staff (a clue is in our title) and answered many community questions. In our ending sequence, we talked about "seeking the golden apple." This was a fun one; we'll definitely have Chris back to talk more about the IU Convergence Cloud. As we discussed in this episode, make sure to check out crm.iu.edu if you haven't already! We want to hear from you! Engage with us on Twitter @thepodcache or leave a comment here!
Yes, real men (whatever that means) get spirituality. It’s not some woo-woo, out of this world thing. It’s at the core of who you are as a man. Don’t’ believe me? Fine. Not going to twist your arm, but it is true. Spirituality makes the man.Joining me to have this convo is one of my main men, Chris Tompkins, a guy who knows what it means to be spiritual and who never stops pursuing that journey toward is higher self. Trust me, if you don’t believe in spirituality, you just might think otherwise at the end of this little chat. Are you man enough to listen?Hey Guys, Check This Out!Are you a guy who keeps struggling to do that thing? You know the thing you keep telling yourself and others you’re going to do, but never do? Then it’s time to get real and figure out why.Take the 10 Reasons You’re Not Making Your Bold Move Quiz and stop playing it safe. Grab it here at rickclemons.com/10reasonsFor a real, deep-dive, one-to-one coaching session where we make things happen to get you out of your own way, check out my Fear Busting Discovery Session that comes with a real, no questions asked, money-back guarantee. Check it out at rickclemons.com/discovery-sessionRemember you can access every single episode of 40 Plus: Real Men. Real Talk. at fortypluspodcast.comBreak free of fears. Make bold moves. Live life without apologiesP.S. get your free My Bold Life Manifesto, right here - rickclemons.com/manifesto/
Special Guest Spiritual Life Coach and TEDx speaker - Chris Tompkins
Best Life Cafe
Chris Tompkins is a TEDx speaker, teacher, spiritual life coach, and LGBTQ inner-advocate based in Los Angeles. Chris teaches intrapersonal development, self-empowerment, and confidence building throughout Southern California at high schools, after-school programs, LGBT Centers, and L.A.’s Central Juvenile Hall. Catch up with Chris on his website, www.aroadtriptolove.com, or find him on Twitter and Instagram, @aroadtriptolove. Chris has published articles on seven different media platforms around the world;He has given a -2017 TEDx talk called, “What Children Learn From the Things They Aren’t Told;” and he is now working on a book proposal. Chris's passion and purpose is to help prevent homophobia and bullying before they begin.Join Cathy Anello - Author of the book - Six Months to Live -Making each day Matter - inspired by her bout with bullying in the work place, and Cari Butler - Owner of The Emergency Cafe- an emergency preparedness consulting company based in Los Angeles, Ca. www.emergencycafe.com www.cathyanello.com