Terence Chatmon excelled at drafting business plans. But Chatmon wanted to develop a plan to help his family come to love and serve Christ. Find out how Chatmon introduced this plan to his family.
Terence Chatmon, a successful senior executive in corporate America, served in leadership roles with several Fortune 50 companies, including Johnson & Johnson, Citibank, and Coca-Cola, but he was failing to become the spiritual leader of his home. He was challenged by his wife to chart a course for the spiritual growth of his family and children. After much prayer, he took what he knew from his corporate-world success and biblical teaching to develop one of the world’s most transformational step-by-step family spiritual development processes.
Terence is now a family legacy champion, and his family discipleship workshop, Charting Your Family’s Spiritual Course, has reached more than sixty thousand participating families and continues to grow. He is the president of EQUIP and The John Maxwell Leadership Foundation, a network of leaders mobilized to reach people with the gospel. EQUIP uses training conferences, personal relationships, and a rich library of resources to equip and mobilize leaders in 196 countries to see transformation through a values-based round-table methodology.
A Chicago native and graduate of the University of Illinois, Terence brings drive and ingenuity to every role he plays in life, as an elder at a prominent eight-thousand-member mega-church, a Bible study teacher, a chaplain and most importantly a husband and father.
A Spiritual Action Plan
Putting God First in Your Family
When Terence Chatmon’s wife, Wanda, brought up her concern that their children weren’t prepared to defend their faith after high school, Terence created a radical plan to help his family grow in the faith.
The Business Leader as Priest
Are you succeeding at work, but failing at home? Executives Bobby Mitchell and Terence Chatmon, leaders in the FCCI, tell how they strive to live for Christ both at home and at work.
Business as Ministry
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