John Bryson and Shad Berry sit down to discuss the grind of teaching others to make disciple-making disciples.
The Downline Institute is a nine-month-long intensive training program committed to equipping men and women from all backgrounds in biblical disciple-making. The Institute trains its students in the Bible , starting in Genesis 1 and ending in Revelation 22, biblical discipleship and biblical manhood or womanhood.
The Grind Podcast hosts John Bryson and Katie Moore talk with Justin Miller of Slingshot Memphis.
Justin founded Slingshot Memphis in 2016 and currently serves as its CEO. Prior to launching Slingshot Memphis, Justin worked as a Giving Strategist for City Leadership, where he helped individuals, families and businesses develop, target and maximize charitable investments.
Slingshot seeks to lift the maximum number of our impoverished neighbors out of poverty — and keep them there.
By applying investment principles to charitable giving, Slingshot Memphis is creating a new channel for donors to maximize impact. Slingshot Memphis is modeled after Robin Hood, New York's largest poverty-fighting organization.
This episode was recorded on location from Crosstown Concourse. Lead Pastor John Bryson and longtime Fellowship Memphis Katie Moore sit down with Sabine Langer - Founder & CEO of Global Café.
The Global Café, is an International food hall, & hosts three immigrant/refugee food entrepreneurs cooking and selling an eclectic mix of affordably priced dishes from their home countries.
They aim to be a gathering place to bring together guests from all different walks of life interested in learning more about different cultures and enjoying wonderful ethnic food.
Check them out at https://www.globalcafé.com
The Belltower is a pottery studio and coffee shop, owned and operated by two college students, Micah Dempsey and Christopher Galbreath, who are passionate about making things and investing in our city and culture. https://www.belltowerartisans.com/