Episode 4

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16th Nov 2021

"Dropping Anger, Comparison, and Arrogance to Become a Servant Leader" - w/Tara Koetter

Our world is incredibly unpredictable and divided. The outrage and anger are at ear-piercing levels, and the spirit of comparison and arrogance seems to be the norm. More than ever, all of these issues have intensified because of how connected people are today. Tara Koetter presents refreshing wisdom and honesty to provide an alternative to the world. This wide-ranging interview approaches many difficult subjects with one resolution in mind; serving others.

Tara walks us through some dark times in her childhood, how she leads in her home today, the overseas adoption of her son, making intentional room in life for others, the pitfalls of social media, and much more. Throughout the entire conversation, we are encouraged to make our words and beliefs come to life because of how we live.


Resources:

Protecting the Flock w/Tara Koetter

Podcast: Domestic Violence w/Tara Koetter

Tara Koetter on Facebook

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About the Podcast

Life & Leadership w/Daniel Kitchel
Connecting life and leadership today so that you can flourish tomorrow.
The connections between life and leadership are deep. The design of each show is to explore those connections by interviewing inspiring and compelling people. Our guests will share gripping stories, life lessons, and expertise in their own experiences. Whether you are a leader of hundreds, working to lead your family, or simply want to take ownership of your personal life - this podcast is made just for you. We believe we can help you lead with love so that you will love to lead.

About your host

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Daniel Kitchel

For 15 years, Daniel has been the Founding and Lead Pastor of The Cross Church in Norman, Oklahoma. Additionally, he has been a public school teacher and football coach for 11 years. Daniel has no greater passion than people knowing the love of Christ and letting that change everything.

He is married to his creative and beautiful wife, Jessica. Together, they have two wonderful daughters named Abi (13) and Evie (7) and a rambunctious son named Welles (2).

Daniel is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in Sociology.