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Athama, A birthday is just the first day of another 365-day journey around the sun. Enjoy the trip. Happy birthday, may this day always be a special one to remember. May the best of your past be the worst of your future. Hope your birthday blossoms into lots of dreams come true!
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Spotlight on an Individual Who DARE to LEAD
This section will be used to highlight a member or an outstanding Leader who DARE to LEAD.
Vision2lead will dedicated our spotlight for February 2014 to Dr. Myles Munroe:
Dr. Myles Munroe, an internationally renowned bestselling author, motivational speaker, lecturer, teacher, life coach, government consultant, and leadership mentor.
Dr. Myles Munroe (born April 20, 1954) is the president and founder of the Bahamas Faith Ministries International (BFMI)and Myles Munroe International (MMI), a Christian growth and resource center that includes leadership training institutes, a missions agency, a publishing company, a television network, radio and Web communications, and a church community. He is chief executive officer and chairman of the board of the International Third World Leaders Association and president of the International Leadership Training Institute.
Dr. Myles Munroe is the author or coauthor of over 100 books, study guides, and audio tapes currently in print, and he is a contributing writer for various Bible editions, journals, magazines, and newsletters, such as The Believer’s Topical Bible, The African Cultural Heritage Topical Bible, Charisma Life Christian Magazine, and Ministries Today.
He has travelled around the world training leaders in business, government, education, sports, media, and religion.
He has degrees in fine arts, education and theology from Oral Roberts University (1978), a Master’s degree in administration from the University of Tulsa (1980), and he has been awarded a number of honorary doctoral degrees. He has also served as an adjunct professor of the Graduate School of Theology at Oral Roberts University. In 2004, he was named the Oral Roberts University Alumnus of the year.
This multi-gifted motivational speaker serves as a business consultant to governments, Fortune 500 companies and corporations, addressing critical issues that affect every aspect of human, professional, leadership, social, and spiritual development.
Dr. Munroe is this country's youngest recipient of the Queen's Birthday Honors of the Order of The British Empire (OBE) Award 1998 bestowed by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth of England, for his spiritual and social contributions to the national development of the Bahamas. He has also been honored by the government of the Bahamas with the Silver Jubilee Award (SJA) for providing twenty-five years of outstanding service to the Bahamas in the category of spiritual, social and religious development. In 2012, he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his contribution to leadership development in Peru and other emerging Latin American nations.
Pastor Myles is the senior pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries International Fellowship, where his wife, Ruth Ann, serves as co-senior pastor. They are the proud parents of Charisa and Chairo (Myles Jr.).
Barack H. Obama
United States of America
“A great leader's courage to fulfill his vision comes from passion, not position.”
American Author and motivational speaker
You become a leader when you decide to be an original and not a copy.
~ Dr Myles E Munroe ~
Founder, President and Senior Pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries International
A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t want to go but ought to be. —
Former First Lady
United States of America
****************************** "Excellence HAS NO LIMITS, we seek to impose
limits on Excellence"
2006 Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year
2012 Honour Graduate, Queen's College - High School
"A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Civil Rights Leader
“We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.”
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune
Founder, Bethune-Cookman University, First Black US Presidential Advisor, Community Activist
“Leaders, we must not forget, do not make themselves. They are made instead by
the people they lead, by the people who believe in them and by the people who are
prepared to follow them not out of fear, or because it may be the in-thing to do, or
because of some hypnotic spell, but because deep down there is a faith that moves them to lift us up to a height above their own in the hope that, from the lofty perch to which they have raised us, we can see what they cannot and, that having seen, we, as their leaders, can point the way forward into the tomorrows that await us all.
Sir Lynden Oscar Pindling
The Commonwealth of The Bahamas
1967 – 1992
“Founding Father of The Bahamas”
Everybody can be great... because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Civil Rights Leader
“Being in charge is not always as wonderful as it seems. Have respect for the leaders around you. Some people just don't know what we endure to ensure smooth operation and success.”
Ashley Charles Neely
Senior, Majoring in Accounting and Economics
University of Central Oklahoma
"Being President doesn't change who you are, it Reveals who you are"
By Jatindra Dash BHUBANESWAR, India (Reuters) - Maoist rebels ambushed police and killed 16 involved in a mine clearing operation in a remote part of eastern India region on Tuesday, police said, as the insurgents demonstrated their strength ahead of a general election next month. The head of anti-Maoist operations in the state police force told Reuters one civilian was among the dead. The rebels have operated for decades across a wide swath of central and eastern India, and grew in strength during recent times in areas where poor, tribal villagers came into conflict with mining companies seeking resources for industrialization.
By Samia Nakhoul KILLIS, ON THE TURKISH-SYRIAN BORDER (Reuters) - Syrian refugees in this border outpost were delighted to hear their home town of Azaz had been liberated - not from Bashar al-Assad's troops but from al Qaeda fighters who subjected them to a regime that included torture and public beheadings. For Syrians who three years ago rose up against 43 years of Assad family rule, living under the hard-line Sunni jihadists who said they had come to save them from the president's atrocities was even worse than Assad himself. While neither Assad nor the rebels have the upper hand, there is a growing sense among his foreign opponents that the battle for Syria has become a twin-track operation, with defeating the jihadists as important as ousting Assad. Many of those who initially succeeded in liberating large parts of northern Syria from government control soon found themselves under the yoke of foreign jihadists.