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Paul Hastings

Paul Hastings is a podcaster and entrepreneur. He has consulted extensively in the film, marketing, and political arenas. He is the host of "Compelled", a podcast telling unique stories about God working through people's lives. He has also produced several award-winning short films and industrial pieces. His work has been featured by Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk, World Magazine, The Gospel Coalition, American Family Association, The Blaze, CBN News, WND, and more. Paul, his wife, and their three children live near Austin, Texas and attend Redemption Hill Church.  
 

What is a Leader - Tools for Leadership

(Youth Activity)

Being a leader is more than being the loudest person in the room or having the smartest ideas. It's more than being the most admired or the most famous. Paul shares a mixture of humorous personal experiences, impactful testimonies, and Scripture that shed light on the meaning of leadership.

Tools for Leadership

(Youth Activity)

Everyone is a leader. What kind are you? Paul shares 7 practical steps to developing leadership. Teens will be entertained and inspired hearing Paul share lessons from his own leadership journey and will walk away with real-life applications drawn from Scripture.

Entrepreneurship 101

(Family Discipleship).

Think you might be an entrepreneur at heart? Come and learn the top 5 questions you need to ask yourself before taking the plunge. Then learn how to find the right market, avoid the biggest mistakes, and practical steps you can take today to set yourself up for future success.

A Homeschooler’s Guide to Political Involvement

(Homeschool How To)

Our freedom to homeschool is only safeguarded so long as homeschoolers and their parents stay alert and engaged in the political process. Learn how your family can be informed about important issues and make a difference in homeschool freedoms and other conservative causes. No matter how young or old, everyone in your family can be engaged. It's never too late (or early) to begin. Learn how to start and practically integrate the political process into your homeschool curriculum.

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