In this block, we focus not only on the physical health of our leaders but also, and more importantly, their internal health—spiritual, mental, and emotional. We believe that if we as leaders are trying to help others in growing and flourishing in their relationship with the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, we must start with ourselves. Our guest teachers will help teach our leaders to identify the areas in our lives that they still struggle with and learn to focus on Christ’s Word to continue the healing process. They will also learn how to maintain quality relationships with their families in the midst of ministering to others. And of course, they will learn how to keep their physical bodies healthy so that they can continue the spiritual work in their ministries.
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Church Health Coach
Kiha serves as a corporate coach to business owners and non-profits, as a performance coach to athletes, parents, coaches, and sports teams, but itʻs Christmas every day at his favorite job as pastor and church health coach to pastors, church planters, ministry, and next-generation leaders. As a kanaka maoli (Native Hawaiian) Kiha has a personal call to restore relationship between native people with Ke Kahikolu (Three in One). Kiha has integrated degrees in Engineering (BS) and Christian Ministry (MA) with an entrepreneurial spirit for the Kingdom. Founder and incubator of more than 20 businesses and intentional disciple-maker, Kiha has led dozens of marketplace leaders on a mission to India, Nepal, Japan, and the Pacific Islands. Kiha has been a consultant and corporate coach for the likes of AT&T, General Motors Canada, and Hawaiian Airlines leading seminars and workshops to build trust, leadership, emotional intelligence and strengthen teams. Since 2002, Kiha is a trainer for the national non-profit, Positive Coaching Alliance started at his alma mater Stanford University delivering performance workshops to thousands of coaches, parents, high school and college athletes about how to get the most out of scholar-athletes. All the secrets are biblical principles.
Guidance and Care & Senior's Ministry
Steve graduated from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor of Science in Biology/Education and has a Masters of Theology from Portland Seminary in Portland, Oregon. Steve is an ordained Foursquare pastor. Steve and Carolyn have been in ministry for over 40 years. They have five children and 18 grandchildren. Three of their sons are full-time Foursquare Pastors. The Poetzls have served in ministry in varied areas: Steve worked full-time in missions that focused on overseeing missions and missionaries throughout the continent of Africa. They have planted 2 churches, one in Colorado Springs and one in Des Moines, Iowa. They have also pastored in Sweet Home and Tri-lakes, Oregon. Recently they served as interim pastors in Cody, WY. While living in Eugene, OR, they served as the college pastors at the Onyx House, Christian college residences with a strong outreach to the University of Oregon. Steve then continued on as the campus pastor of Bushnell University. Later Steve served as professor of theology, head of the Missions Department, and Dean of Student Life at New Hope Christian College where Carolyn served as Dean of Women.
Rosebud Madinger is Executive Pastor, Worship Pastor, and Co-founder of Life Source Church in Billings, MT. She is a licensed minister and holds bachelor degrees in Biology and Business Management. Rosebud also works as a curriculum developer and trainer for the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Her and her husband, Abe, have a heart to see people from all walks of life flourish in their relationship with God, and in their God-given identity and purpose. For over eight years they have welcomed individuals into their home, as a transitional living space, to support, love, disciple and walk through very difficult seasons with them (foster care, women coming out of prison, domestic abuse, homelessness, substance abuse). Rosebud leads a team that holds services at the Montana State Women’s Prison once a month (pre-pandemic). She grew up on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation, and is an enrolled Fort Peck Sioux member. Abe and Rosebud have three children together and currently have one extra child they are loving as their own