Today on Pillar Talk with Rochelle, Pastor Therron "TC" Cunningham welcomes up to join a stimulating conversation on what it means to "stand up" for someone. Protector, provider, place of support, and pouring into one's identity are several ways he challenges us to stand up for someone in any environment. Pastor TC believes that standing up for someone should start in the family. Unfortunately, it doesn't happen as often as it should because "there could be a lack of security, and we're not certain we're able to survive the attack ourselves."
If you are a parent, a boss, a caregiver, a teacher, a coach, a mentor, or a human being, and you're self-aware enough to know that you have more "growing, learning, and maturing" to do in your leadership, gift yourself with this riveting interview. Thought-provoking. Inspirational. Empowering. Self-help. "Immaturity is not a curse word. Stay connected as you mature." —Pastor TC.
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