Are parents responsible for who their kids turn out to be? Siblings Bill and Bev share how this proper-input yields proper-output thinking falls short when dealing with people. They help us to understand the difference between producing a product and parenting a person and how parents and grandparents can help children discover their giftedness, leading them toward a healthy, flourishing life!
Do you know what motivates you? How does knowing your core motivations help you in determining God’s call on your life? Pastor Tim Yee joins with Ken and Deb to tell us about a 6-week Bible Study, “Finding Your TruCenter'', that can help us discover why we do what we do and how that molds our unique callings. It’s a fascinating discussion that digs deeper than our job title and skill set to our ultimate purpose and means of thriving in our 9 to 5.
Bev Godby is a senior associate and change management coach at The Giftedness Center in Dallas, Texas. She focuses on graduating students and women who are navigating challenging life transitions. She feels called to the role of an educator, teaching others about giftedness to help them find fulfilling lives. She serves as a consultant to schools and nonprofit organizations, and speaks and writes often on these topics. Bev holds degrees from Wheaton College and The University of Texas at Dallas. She is married to Dr. Dale Godby, with whom she has three married daughters and six grandchildren.
Bill Hendricks is President of The Giftedness Center, a Dallas-based consulting firm specializing in organizational effectiveness and individual career guidance. He is the author or co-author of twenty books, including Your Work Matters to God, Living by the Book, and The Power of Uniqueness. He has written for numerous publications and shares his thoughts regularly at BillHendricks.net.
Bill holds an undergraduate degree in English from Harvard University, a master of science in mass communications from Boston University, and a master of arts in biblical studies from Dallas Theological Seminary Bill has three grown daughters by his late wife Nancy, and is now re-married to Lynn Turpin Hendricks.