What’s going on in government these days is inflaming many people’s passions, but for Mike Winther it goes to the heart of a different kind of passion – the God-given one that became his life’s calling.
Robyn Davis has a passion and compassion – and she’s drawing on both to execute on her God-given calling to impact individuals, families and the culture for Christ.
John Grover is a builder.
Churches, restaurants, medical buildings, assisted living centers, business and industrial facilities, educational centers – there are few things the Pinnacle Forum Partner in Modesto hasn’t built during more than 30 years in the commercial construction industry.
He’s a decorated war veteran… a champion of racial equality… an accomplished author and motivational speaker… a devoted husband, father and grandfather… and a faith-filled follower of Jesus Christ.
“Adapt and Overcome” isn’t just another nice-sounding motivational slogan for Dan McConchie – it’s a personal motto that has accompanied him from the depths of a near-death experience to the heights of the government mountain.
When it comes to executing on your God-given calling, you might say that Lonny Davis is a “wheeler and dealer” in the very best sense of the phrase.
“Hope Begins Here.” That’s the motto of Cunningham Children’s Home in Urbana, Illinois. And giving hope is what Marlin Livingston is all about.
“A nation where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive and life is cherished.” If you think that sounds a lot like Pinnacle Forum’s vision and mission of encouraging and equipping people to engage and execute on their calling to foster a flourishing, God-honoring culture, you’re right.
“A Once-Broken Life Now Rides 4 Life” When it comes to Pinnacle Forum’s Four “E”’s – encourage, equip, engage and execute – it’s that fourth and final one that can be the most challenging.