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In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Ben Mandrell are joined by Choco De Jesús. Jesús was a pastor for 20 years at New Life Covenant in Chicago, a public servant, and a speaker. He is also on the executive leadership team of the Assemblies of God. They discuss supporting young people in the church and why it is important to have priorities.


"Love is the currency of heaven, not Bible study, not prayers, not fasting.""During this cancel culture, we need to know that we are citizens of heaven.""God is a God of generations. He is the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. He is the God who speaks into generations and we have to follow that lead.""We have to be able to open the gates for the next generation to be able to find their purpose and what God has for them.""I try to tell leaders not to balance their lives. You aren't a juggler. You are a man or woman of God. You've got to be able to have priorities.""My leadership in my home was establishing some sort of structure that the next generation, my children's children, would be able to follow.""The local church had this major role of showing me what the family looks like even though we are made up of different people.""As leaders, we create moments in the lives of these children that will mark them for the rest of their lives.""God has called us to be servants and to be leading in our communities and our cities and our families."


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