“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.
To say that Mark Upton is a family man is an understatement. Granted, Mark is the father of three. And granted, he is the grandfather of 12. But on top of that, the Pinnacle Forum Partner is executing on his passion for families and children as president and chief executive officer of Christian Family Care.
“Do you have a wishbone where a backbone ought to be?” If so, Susan A. Marshall wants to talk – and work – with you. As the founder of The Backbone Institute, the Partner in Pinnacle Forum in Wisconsin
Timothy Hoerr believes in taking risks – as long as they’re the right kind taken for the right reason. “We can be salt and light by taking risks that are prompted by God’s Spirit,” the Pinnacle Forum Partner says. When it comes to the need for Christians to live out their faith,
When it comes to having a passion and a calling, David Everitt Sr. is crystal clear about his – and he’s doing something about it: “To see the Biblical values of the sanctity of human life, abstinence and marital fidelity restored to a foundation for our lives, families, communities, country and the nation.”
Dr. Glen Villanueva has had many “God assignments” in his life – among them a campus ministry internship in college; a medical practice treating immigrants, undocumented workers, gang members, drug users and others who are unwanted and underserved; a non-profit ministry and a co-authored book helping people turn their focus from self to Savior.