I am excited to share this episode with you. Dawn is the Associate National Field Adviser for Bridges for Peace, and organization committed to building relationships between Christians and Jews. Dawn is responsible for training and equipping their volunteers in the States to love and support Israel. She works with all ages but has some valuable insight about working with and training millennials.
I wanted to have Dawn on the podcast for two reasons. One, she has traveled all over the world and has an interesting world view. Second, she trains millennials to lead and serve. By the way, she loves and believes in millennials. If you are a millennial, you will be encouraged with her perspective. If you are at a loss on how to motivate millennials on your team, Dawn has some valuable insight for you as well.
In this episode she talks about the concept of “honor” and why she feels like “we verbally honor and we forget to honor with our actions”.
We also talk about “ambition” and why she feels like we have a responsibility to be all that we can be.
I loved getting to talk with her and I know you will love this episode. In this episode, Dawn will encourage you to press in and live fully abandoned to your call. As she says, “Its not easy but it’s going to be worth it”.
Questions I ask:
- Why Dawn feels like we are overusing the word “honor”
- Why millennials are not impressed with titles
- How do you teach millennials the concept of “honor?”
Associate National Field Advisor
Dawn is passionate about encouraging the millennial generation to stand with Israel while building up mentors to come alongside them. She has been involved with BFP’s young adult program, Zealous8:2, since its inception. She is a graduate of both the BFP Institute of Israel Studies and of Masters Commission. Dawn has a Pastoral Certificate through Global University and graduates in May 2017 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Religion from Liberty University. She is a licensed minister with International Ministerial Fellowship. She and her husband Scott live in Melbourne, Florida with their 2 daughters.
(Taken from bridgesforpeace.com )
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