S10: Episode 17 - Moving In Step With The Spirit - Jo Saxton at Bethel University
Lead Stories Podcast
This week's episode features Jo at Bethel University speaking about Make a Move. Listen in on this engaging and practical talk about moving in step with the Spirit. Order a copy of Make a Move "Make a Move" is perfect for: -Anyone wanting to take next steps in listening to God -People in transition (I think that’s all of us!) -Graduates (high school, college, masters) -Those transitioning into retirement or an empty nest -Folks who have a big, or small decision or series of decisions to make. Connect with Lead Stories, Jo and Steph Instagram & Facebook: @LeadStoriesPodcast Connect with Jo at www.josaxton.com @josaxton Connect with Pastor Steph at www.pastorsteph.com @pastorsteph Subscribe on iTunes to have the podcast automatically download to your device every week or listen at www.leadstoriespodcast.com www.leadstoriesmedia.com Lead Stories resources at: www.leadstoriesmedia.com/resources Other podcasts produced by Lead Stories Media: www.leadstoriedmedia.com/podcasts
The Christian basics of prayer and hospitality – Dimas Salaberrios and Jo Saxton
Getting back to basic practices, Dimas Salaberrios, president of Concerts of Prayer Greater NY, encourages us to embrace the labor of prayer in our daily lives. Jo Saxton shares about how the power of hospitality can us and our communities in even the most challenging moments.
Jo Saxton roundtable with Christine Redwood and Emma Pendleton
Forming Church Podcast
Jamie Freeman sits down with Christine Redwood (Senior Pastor, Seaforth Baptist Church) and Emma Pendleton (BYM) to unpack and flesh out all the goods from last week's episode with Jo Saxton. (If you haven't listened to Jo's episode go back and do that first, then come back here for the deep dive!) Season 2 of Forming Church is brought to by our show partners: Morling College (https://www.morling.edu.au/) BFS (https://www.bfs.org.au/) Baptist Care (https://baptistcare.org.au/) 💻 join the Forming Church community through our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/354363795705514 📷 You can follow us on instagram @formingchurch ❤️ And if you get value out of this conversation, would you consider leaving us a rating/review on apple podcasts and sharing the episode with a friend? Forming Church is created by Gen1K Mission in collaboration with Lead by Story. Original Music by Josh Corkill and editing by Sienna Corkill.
THE one and only Jo Saxton joins us for the first episode of Forming Church season 2. We talked about all kinds of things including gender, race, COVID, lament, leadership and discipleship. Lots of gold here. Enjoy!Engage with more of Jo's work at: https://www.josaxton.com/ Season 2 of Forming Church is brought to by our show partners: Morling College BFS Baptist Care Join the Forming Church community through our facebook group.Follow us on instagram @formingchurch And if you get value out of this conversation, would you consider leaving us a rating/review on apple podcasts and sharing the episode with a friend? Forming Church is created by Gen1K Mission in collaboration with Lead by Story. Original Music by Josh Corkill and editing by Sienna Corkill.
S07 E08 Jo Saxton is an author, speaker, podcaster, and entrepreneurial coach. Born to Nigerian parents and raised in London, Jo brings a multicultural and international perspective to her leadership training for women. A sought-after speaker, Jo has a diverse calendar addressing universities, churches, national conferences, nonprofits, and corporations, including Q, Catalyst, Evereve, NoonDay Collection, LakeShore Media, and internationally in the U.K. and Australia. To know more about Jo and all her ministry ventures, for to josaxton.com
S10: Episode 5 - Agile Leadership in Times of Crisis and Change with Jo Saxton
Lead Stories Podcast
Jo's back! In this new episode, Stephanie and Jo continue with the Agile Leadership series. Jo shares her experiences and reflections on the times she's led through crisis and change. Don't miss this powerful and relevant conversation. Jo is an author and leadership coach. Her most recent book is Ready to Rise. Find more information at josaxton.com The Agile Leadership series is sponsored by Bethel Seminary in conjunction with the seminary class of the same name. For more information about Bethel go to www.bethel.edu/leadstories Connect with Lead Stories, Jo and Steph Instagram & Facebook: @LeadStoriesPodcast Connect with Jo at www.josaxton.com @josaxton Connect with Pastor Steph at www.pastorsteph.com @pastorsteph Subscribe on iTunes to have the podcast automatically download to your device every week or listen at www.leadstoriespodcast.com www.leadstoriesmedia.com Lead Stories resources at: www.leadstoriesmedia.com/resources Other podcasts produced by Lead Stories Media: www.leadstoriedmedia.com/podcasts
An Interview with Jo Saxton & Debby Wright // VNG 2021
Vineyard Churches UK & Ireland
"We need to lean into the spirit of God and ask him to drop the scales from our eyes. It may feel like a valley before we reach the mountain top." To open up day two of the Vineyard National Gathering 2021, Debby Wright interviewed Jo Saxton. Sharing from some of her own story, Jo talked about issues of race, gender, burnout and the importance of having a good community.
"You can't go alone, you see, because community will bring you clarity, community will bring you companionship, community will bring you confidence and community will give you courage." On the final morning of the Vineyard National Gathering 2021, Jo Saxton addressed those who are experiencing, or feel on the verge of, burnout. Using the story of how God attended to Elijah, she reminds us that God cares for our physical, mental and relational needs, and encourages us that we cannot and should not do this journey alone.
Welcome to 'On the Path' w/ Cheryl Nembhard!A podcast filled to the brim w/ encouragement, inspiration, interviews + life lessons to ignite you in your faith, push you in your purpose and challenge you to be exactly who you are called to be...a World Changer!We're so excited to bring you this very special 2-part episode as we close out 2020 and position ourselves to step boldly into 2021!! Today we are kicking 2021 in a major way with Author, Speaker, Podcaster & Leadership Coach Jo Saxton!Jo has dedicated her career to growing leadership teams around the world and empowering others to find their purpose in their personal lives and in leadership. She is the author of several best-selling books including her newest book 'Ready to Rise: Own Your Voice, Gather Your Community, Step Into Your Influence.In this episode, we're reflecting on 2020 and pulling out the major lessons that we have learned. We are asking ourselves the big questions: What can we take over with us into 2021? What has God been saying to us? How can we position ourselves to not repeat the mistakes of last year? How do we finish strong over the next few days and launch well into a brand new year? What should our posture be in 2021?This bold, inspiring & raw conversation is the absolute perfect way to dig deep as we close out this year! Get ready for some incredible gems of wisdom from this Powerhouse Teacher! Get your pens and pencils out, there's so much for us to learn!••Listen, subscribe, review & download! <3 <3------------------------------------------------------------Join vibrant and down to earth host, Cheryl Nembhard as she asks the deep questions in life. Get ready for a big helping of honest & authentic conversation, along with positive affirmations that are sure to leave you encouraged and ready to face a brand new week ahead!
010 | Jo Saxton + New Music Recommendations + Leadership Nuggets
H3 Leadership with Brad Lomenick
Top new music recommendations for you. Plus, Jo Saxton, speaker, author, leadership coach and podcaster joins in to talk about books she is reading, young leaders to be aware of, what she's learning and the power of coaching. Plus, a leadership nuggets segment on the power of being a connector compared to a networker. Thanks again to our partners, CDF Capital and ServeHQ. Check out http://theascentleader.org to be part of a leadership cohort, and visit http://servehq.church to partner in training your leaders.