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Best Lance Bane podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Lance Bane podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Gateway Christian Fellowship is a non denominational church lead by Pastor Lance Bane in West Haven, Connecticut. As a Gateway of hope, we are building a healthy, empowered family, supernaturally experiencing and sharing the Presence of God with our region and beyond. Our mission is to help people experience the kindness of God and lead brilliant lives together. Join us weekly for an encouraging message.
 
It’s easy to overlook the every day aspect of our lives and minimize our contribution to the lives of others. Welcome to “Ordinary People. Extraordinary Lives.” The podcast that helps us experience the grace of God when facing the everyday challenges of life.
 
Gateway Christian Fellowship,Pastor Lance Bane - Join us weekly for a new and uplifting message.
 
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God’s calling and purpose for our lives becomes clearer as we grow in our knowledge of Him. What’s required of us to fulfill this calling and purpose is to trust Jesus and be courageous. In this podcast, Lance shares some insight to help us along in our purpose and calling.By Lance Bane
 
People know struggle and challenge. Those struggles can indulge and blind us to the reality of seeing others as Jesus sees them or it can create clarity about how we see others because of what we have in common - “struggle”. In this message, Pastor Lance reveals several reasons why we don’t see as Jesus as sees.…
 
We all have a unique and special purpose, and this purpose becomes clearer as we grow in our experiential knowledge of Jesus Christ. In this podcast, Lance reminds us of the foundational gifts that we have been given to help us grow in our relationship with Jesus, thus leading to a life with greater purpose and calling.…
 
In this message, Rob Morris shares an inspirational and challenging call to live life by living the narrow way of love as described in 1 Corinthians 13. Using humor, personal life stories, and powerful illustrations, Rob calls us to role model a different way of life, a loving life in the midst of a mean and divisive culture.…
 
Beginning a new collection of talks, Lance reminds us of the simple fact that we were born for a purpose and a calling. Calling upon the fact that our purpose begins with a knowledge of God, Lance highlights a few scriptures to reinforce that we are not cosmic accidents, but ambassadors of a heavenly kingdom here to make society better through ...…
 
When walking among people in everyday life, it’s very important that we see people the way Jesus sees them. Proper seeing leads to helpful action.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
In this episode, Lance reminds us of the necessary skills for managing conflict in a way that benefits all involved. False harmony is a mud-puddle created by mistrust and unmet expectations. Check out this episode to learn how to avoid this mud-puddle and a build a genuine, unified team.By Lance Bane
 
Answering the call to be a laborer in the harvest is a high honor, a noble calling and a key to living a meaningful life. However, one has to consider the quality of their heart and life as they answer the call. In this message, Pastor Lance introduces us to the sacred practice of sabbath and how it can help us show up in the harvest field as a ...…
 
It’s easy for leaders to fall into the trap of ministering to all the hurting people and therefore have no time, energy or passion to develop other leaders. You can help a 1000 people or train 20 people to help 50 people each. Too many leaders are hurting others and hurting themselves because they are overwhelmed and burned out. In this podcast ...…
 
Answering the call to be a laborer in the harvest is a high honor, a noble calling and a key to living a meaningful life. However, one has to consider the quality of their heart and life as they answer the call. In this message, Pastor Lance introduces us to the sacred practice of sabbath.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
In this episode, Lance exposes the dangers of a hurried, busy leader’s life and what we hope it to be, but it really is not. He juxtaposes busyness with a slowed down leadership style and how powerful that is for those who have leadership responsibilities.By Lance Bane
 
Continuing from last week’s thoughts, Pastor Lance opens up about how important it is for us to walk after Jesus. To walk AFTER Him is to walk after His type, to walk after Him in succession, and to walk after Him in direction. When Jesus’ church slows down and walks in their region they are poised to make a powerful difference in the lives of ...…
 
The mud-puddle of pride has affected too many leaders as evidenced by the lonely walk of leadership and the broken lives laying along side the path of selfish living. In this podcast, Lance shares the qualities of pride and humility, and offers some suggestions on how we can clothe ourselves in humility one toward another.…
 
Launching a new series about the mission of God, Pastor Lance identifies that a meaningful life is found not in accumulation, but in participation in the mission of God. Seeking to define meaning as divinity, generosity, intimacy, adversity and creativity, Pastor Lance lays the groundwork for calling followers of Jesus to live for a cause bigge ...…
 
In part 3 of this series “Avoiding the Mud Puddles of Leadership”, Lance describes how we are healthier and more delightful leaders when we lead with an attitude of contentment instead of comparison.By Lance Bane
 
In the final part of this series, Pastor Lance shares with us how Jesus calls us to come close so we can go far. He challenges Gateway to take inventory about our commitment to make disciples and to do so as a family.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
Continuing thoughts on “Avoiding the Leadership Mud-Puddles”, Lance talks about the behavior of living with leadership as idolatry, what healthy leadership looks like, and how we can return to healthy leadership.By Lance Bane
 
In his classic “3 Chairs” message, Leif Hetland identifies how followers of Jesus can live a Chair 1 lifestyle in a Chair 3 world. This message will challenge your lifestyle and inspire you towards good works that will make a difference in the life of another person. To know more about Leif Hetland visit globalmissionawareness.com.…
 
It’s important that we give healthy and vibrant leadership to people and organizations. Yet, leaders often find themselves in a battle for character, influence, and growth. Avoiding the mud puddles of leadership is to essentially lead well. In this podcast, Lance introduces us to 3 questions to help us be the kind of leaders who make a difference.…
 
It’s important to remember that each person carries seeds of potential - seeds of gifting, talents, knowledge, education. and opportunity. We can use them for ourselves or for others. When we choose to use them for others, we quickly realize that what seems rich to self, becomes poor when compared to the needs of other. In this message, we talk ...…
 
Acts 2 tells us that as the followers of Jesus met in homes, God added to their number daily. Having people in your home to experience the love of God and His grace is powerful and needed in this hour. So, what do we need to consider if we are going to do healthy ministry in our home? This podcast provides practical advice and spiritual wisdom ...…
 
Joseph’s life offers valuable insights into how we can handle the challenges of life. Being sold into slavery by his brothers was the work of God in purging Joseph’s character that enabled Joseph to call his brothers close in love.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
In this message, Pastor Angel encourages us to have an awareness of the hunger and thirst for the Lord.By Pastor Angel Sanchez
 
Helping people grow and move forward is an essential and satisfying role in leadership. A key skill to help people grow is knowing how to appropriately challenge them. In this podcast, Lance shares essential skills to focus on in-order to learn how to help others grow through challenges.By Lance Bane
 
What is our true identity? Where does it come from and how does it benefit our lives?The story of Joseph’s brothers encourages us to find the promised seed in each of us.By Pastor Lynn Lincoln
 
Helping people grow and move forward is an essential and satisfying role in leadership. What’s significant in helping people move forward is that we contribute the right ingredients for their learning environment. In this podcast, Lance shares 5 vital contributions to help people grow and move forward.…
 
We hear a lot about social justice today; many opinions. But what is God’s opinion?By Pastor Scott Tavolacci
 
Continuing our series on helping people move forward by building a learning environment, Lance reminds us that a learning environment is a caring environment. A caring leader helps others move forward in their character growth and purpose fulfillment. Take a listen and learn about the four types of a heart that will create a caring, learning en ...…
 
In this message, Dennis Cramer shares two important factors on how we can manage our finances in a way that gives honor to whom honor is due.By Dennis Cramer
 
A learning environment is important when helping people move forward. A necessary piece to a learning environment is celebration. We need space where failure is not fatal. While our hearts are willing, sometime our flesh is weak and vulnerable. In this podcast, Lance reminds us of God’s love towards us and how important that is when celebrating ...…
 
In part 3 of the Family Room series, Pastor Lance highlights the story of Joseph to identify the importance of living with integrity.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
Moving people forward requires a learning environment. But what exactly is that? In this podcast, Lance shares with us the first necessity of a learning environment - a coaching environment.By Lance Bane
 
Continuing the sermon series where “family” is defined by a certain set of beliefs and practices, Pastor Lance teaches on how demonstrating honor and practicing intentionality will allow us to receive the talents and gifts of others, while bringing life to our neighbor.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
As I move forward in growth, I am able to help others move forward and grow. A useful tool to help us be more effective is to apply the principles of personal forward movement in the relationships where we are helping others move forward and grow. In this podcast, Lance shares six tips to help foster growth in self-awareness, so others can gain ...…
 
In the first message of the four part series - "Family Room", Pastor Lance talks about the underlying power of cooperating with the Spirit of Understanding by seeking understanding and communicating bravely in our relationships.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
Starting a new series on how to help people move forward, Lance shares with us 4 realities necessary to help ourselves move forward first.By Lance Bane
 
Finishing up the series - "Anyone", Pastor Lance encourages us to remember that an "anyone" who becomes a "someone who changes the life of another" is a person who knows that love gives and gives generously.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
Concluding the series on empowering others in leadership, Lance shares with us on how to help people grow and be successful at the intersection of their personal and professional life.By Lance Bane
 
For a person to move from “anyone” to “a someone who makes a difference” requires a proper environment of discipleship. Discipleship can’t be rushed, but it can be intentional. Listen to this passionate and challenging message as Pastor Lance describes a proper environment.By Pastor Lance Bane
 
In part 3 of Empowering Leadership, Lance walks us through how we can have the right environment for a successful hand-off of leadership and responsibility.By Lance Bane
 
When answering the call to move from Anyone to Someone, we are committing to a love based relationship with Jesus that is validated by a heart that desires obedience. In this message, Pastor Lance identifies three reasons that support why obedience is the most natural response to a loving relationship with Jesus Christ.…
 
Layer #2 in empowering leadership is - “I do. They watch.” How do I know who to select to come close, develop and mentor? In this podcast, Lance offers some suggestions on who to invite close, how to encourage them in development and what we can do to ensure opportunity for success.By Lance Bane
 
In part 2 of the series - “Anyone”, Pastor Lance offers some hope and inspiration as we recognize any ability to pick up our cross and follow Jesus. This hope is because of God’s grace at work in us. Based upon Ephesians 2:5-10, Pastor Lance highlights how we are the masterpieces of God’s grace, designed as a witness of God’s graciousness, crea ...…
 
It’s important that we train and empower people who produce positive change through their purpose and passion. In this podcast, Lance offers us some insight into the 5 layers needed to help us build an empowering culture.By Lance Bane
 
In John 14:12, Jesus tells us that anyone who believes in Him will do what He has been doing, and will do even greater things. Anyone is an invitation to the whole world, but it comes with a kingdom condition. If you want to move from "anyone" to "someone" who makes a difference, then we must carry our cross daily and be a follower of Jesus.…
 
Jesus is the fourth man in our furnace. He said that we would do greater things than He did. Will you be the fourth person in someone's life today and help them in their furnace?By Pastor Angel Sanchez
 
Wrapping up the series on Doing Leadership as a Family, Lance talks about six keys that help developmental leaders help people discover destiny.By Lance Bane
 
Pastor Lance finishes this series by encouraging us to take Jesus at His word when He said that since Jesus is going back to the Father, we can have answers to prayer and do the things that Jesus has been doing. The lifestyle of a transformational leader is to believe like Jesus, talk like Jesus, see like Jesus, feel like Jesus, and do what Jes ...…
 
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