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Coffee with Lloyd: Preparing to Reset Your Life

How can you prepare for the next season, post-coronavirus? What have you learned and what are the implications? What did Jesus say that might help you navigate the days ahead? Bob Buford, the founder of Halftime Institute, boiled his life mission down to fit on a T-shirt: 100X. The concept comes from a parable Jesus told about the soil (Mark 4). He taught us to view our life like soil – soil that has the potential to produce 100X yield. Bob Buford wanted to prepare the soil

Coffee with Lloyd: Preparing to Reset Your Life2020-05-01T11:29:17-05:00

How To: Be a Sur-thrivalist

By: Chip DeClue, Halftime CertifiedTM Coach In the midst of this COVID-19 crisis, it can often seem as if the world has stopped.  Plans for the future have been put on hold as uncertainty looms. Business trips, vacations, retirement plans, weddings… most postponed, many outright canceled. And the list goes on. This is especially true for those who are in the process of transitioning into the next season of life.   One Halftime client of mine lamented, “It feels like I’m in the halftime of Halftime. What should I

How To: Be a Sur-thrivalist2020-04-26T12:30:53-05:00

Webinar: Strategies For Serving Your Local Non-Profits

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. Naturally, our hearts are drawn to making a difference in our own community – particularly in times of crisis. But we may easily tire of the constant request for funding, especially when we feel that we have so much more to offer. The idea of writing a check for meals or funding rent for a family about to be evicted is a privilege, but it’s not leveraged.    David Weekley is Chairman

Webinar: Strategies For Serving Your Local Non-Profits2020-05-15T15:26:02-05:00

Webinar: Staying Mission Focused

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. From local charities and churches to the world’s largest non-governmental organizations (NGOs), most – if not all – nonprofits are struggling today as a result of the current crisis. Reduced funding, work-from-home restrictions, and workforce limitations put significant pressure on their ability to stay mission focused: serving others to meet various needs.   As one of the world’s largest NGOs, World Vision finds itself fighting the same battles many of

Webinar: Staying Mission Focused2020-05-15T15:27:11-05:00

Webinar: Advancing Your Mission in the Midst of Crisis

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. Many Halftime Alumni are deeply invested in businesses, nonprofits, and ministries that are struggling today as a result of the current crisis. As social entrepreneurs, business owners, and board members, many are facing unexpected layoffs, forfeiting incomes, and other cost-cutting measures to survive and carry on with producing valuable (and in many cases faith-focused) work. Do you find yourself facing these challenges or others like them? Are you asking how

Webinar: Advancing Your Mission in the Midst of Crisis2020-05-15T15:28:14-05:00

Webinar: Using Your Platform for Good in Crisis (Part Two)

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. Our culture is under siege. Isolation and economic collapse weigh heavily on many people around the globe as isolation leads to mental wellness challenges and the current state of the economy pushes millions into unemployment, eventually leading to financial hardship. But in the midst of crisis, there is always hope. Halftime Alumni are uniquely equipped to respond to these converging needs in times of crisis. This timely webinar is part of a series in which we will ask

Webinar: Using Your Platform for Good in Crisis (Part Two)2020-05-15T15:30:08-05:00

Webinar: Using Your Platform for Good in Crisis (Part One)

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. During a health pandemic in Rome — when it was unprecedented to care for people outside of your own family — the early Christians combined their creativity with compassion. The Church grew exponentially as people saw real love in action and it was compelling. They brought hope and kindness in the face of fear and despair. Today, Halftimers all over the world are responding with the same blend of creativity and compassion. Perhaps

Webinar: Using Your Platform for Good in Crisis (Part One)2020-05-15T15:31:39-05:00

Inspiring Impact: HT Alum Billy Prim’s Live Interview

When Billy sold his first company it had more locations than McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King combined. Instead of chasing the next opportunity, Billy stepped off the entrepreneurial treadmill in order to pause and think about his purpose for the next chapter. Billy Prim shared his halftime journey with us live this week during our Halftime Alumni Spotlight. After reading Halftime and praying through what God wanted him to do at that point in life, two things became clear. God had given Billy the skill set to

Inspiring Impact: HT Alum Billy Prim’s Live Interview2020-08-13T15:51:43-05:00

Stepping into God’s Redemptive Story: HT Alum Barbara’s Live Interview

What does it look like to participate in the unique plan that God has for each of us? While she didn’t have all of the answers, Barbara did have the courage to take the next step in faith. We interviewed Barbara Foulkrod live this week during our Halftime Alumni Spotlight. Barbara shared her passion for the redemptive power of the Lord and how this passion manifested as a second half calling. Together, Barbara and her husband Allin walked through the season of halftime seeking clarity

Stepping into God’s Redemptive Story: HT Alum Barbara’s Live Interview2019-10-04T14:46:29-05:00

Finding Your Mission Field (Is It In Your Career Field?): HT Alum LeAnn’s Live Interview

How do you live out a desire to serve those in need with the demands of a high-powered career? It isn't easy, and it looks different for every person. Dr. LeAnn Kridelbaugh made that transition over the past year, and she shared candidly with us this week what it has been like to live out her high-powered career alongside her passion to serve. From Hospital Executive to Refugee Health Center Dr. LeAnn Kridelbaugh describes her discovery of Halftime and the Fellows Program as

Finding Your Mission Field (Is It In Your Career Field?): HT Alum LeAnn’s Live Interview2019-10-03T16:12:02-05:00
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