3 Categories of Manifestation of the Holy Spirit

3 Categories of Manifestation of the Holy Spirit

Putty Putman provides a simple explanation of what it means to be filled with the Holy Spirit. In this episode, you will learn the three categories of manifestation of the Holy Spirit, how to flow in them and what it means to live a life like Jesus from his new book, Kingdom Impact.

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Episode Notes

Greenelines with

Dr. Steve Greene

Guest: Putty Putman

Putty Putman provides a simple explanation of what it means to be filled with the Holy Spirit. In this episode, you will learn the three categories of manifestation of the Holy Spirit, how to flow in them and what it means to live a life like Jesus from his new book, Kingdom Impact.

Introduction

Dr. Steve Greene: This is the Greenelines podcast. I'm Steve Greene on the Charisma Podcast Network. This show is brought to you by my book, Love Leads. I am so excited to talk with you about my book. I haven't done this. I feel a little funny about it. But at the same time, I believe the Lord gave me this book. It is inspired. I hope you would say that after you've read it. It's filled with Scripture, and concepts about leadership that really begin in the home. I've always felt that if we can't lead at home, we're surely not going to be able to lead in any business environment. So, I think it's a carry over. I'm trying to debunk that myth that you got to be strong and tough to be a good leader. I just believe you've got to do what Jesus did and love. If we can't love one another, if we can't demonstrate love at work, what are we doing leading? If God is love, and we don't love, how then are we supposed to lead? Are we supposed to lead by opinion or by the size of my biceps, or how loud I can yell? No, I think we're supposed to lead based on biblical principles. I've tried to identify those throughout this book. In fact, this book is a spiritual connection between all of our relationships and our productivity, that if we work together, we love one another, we treat each other with respect and honor and accountability … if we do that, we're going to be more productive, we're going to get more done and I teach a complete sermon on the productive home. I believe that we've got to learn to be more productive at home. This book of fine will help you with that.

I want to read you something John Bevere said about my book. Is this vain? I hope you don't think so. I hope it isn't because listen to what John Bevere says about my book. Love Leads is a must read for all those in a position of leadership. Now, before you say to me, I'm not in a position of leadership, may I say to you that yes, you are. You are to lead others to Christ, you are to lead your home. You are to lead your friends out of the valleys that they get into. You spend a lot of your day leading, whether you know it or not. I think Love Leads will help you. It's an important book. I have many good reviews on it on Amazon. I'd like to send you though, to Charisma to get you a good price and free shipping. It's loveleads.charismamag.com; love leads.charismamag.com. Now let's get to the show, and thanks for enduring me.

 

·         Read the story: How This Pastor Went From Graduate Physics to Exploring, Explaining the Supernatural

Dr. Steve Greene: God has something wonderful in store that you might never have considered. A place where your energy and enthusiasm can build toward a fulfilling future. Now that excites me. A fulfilling future, we're going to build toward. It’s not just going to happen with a blink. And yet again, it could because we don't put God a box. But that is the first line off the back cover of a book that I'm going to introduce you to today. It's how do we find this place that is probably the topic of our discussion. By knowing God more deeply and following the way that Jesus demonstrated. For most of us, our passion is wrapped around Earth bound ideals rather than the goals of the Holy Spirit. How about that? Did you start this morning being led by the Holy Spirit? Did you pray first open eye, did you just voice that thought: Lead me, Holy Spirit, throughout this day, because the Holy Spirit wants to accomplish that in partnership with us. We are free moral agents. We come and go, and the Holy Spirit just wants to lead us. The result will be something pretty exciting. We're going to grow. We grow numb to His calling and His gifts. I want that. I want to introduce you to the author now. He has a PhD in physics. You might not think that a marketing guy in a physics guy have anything to talk about, but we're going to talk about Jesus and the Holy Spirit. He wrote a book called Kingdom Impact. His name is Pastor Putty Putman. He's with us now. The subtitle this book, Living Like Jesus in a Broken World. Help us out, pastor.

 

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Putty Putman Books

·         Kingdom Impact: Living Like Jesus in a Broken World

·         Live Like Jesus: Discover the Power and Impact of Your True Identity

·         Jesus.Heals.Today.: The Best Prescription for a Hurting World

·         The School of Kingdom Ministry First Year Manual

 

Dr. Steve Greene: So, tell me. I've got to know this right off the bat. How does a PhD in physics come to experience the better things of the Lord through the Holy Spirit and then to be able to write about being led by the Holy Spirit? It doesn't seem to go together.

Pastor Putty Putman: It's been quite an adventure from my side. A lot of it is wrapped around my experience with the Vineyard Church, which is where I am now a pastor on staff in Central Illinois. I came to Champaign Urbana, which is couple hours south of Chicago, where I still live to this day, about 15 years ago to start my graduate school program in physics. I was raised in the faith, but it was not a very Holy Spirit-oriented expression of faith. So, I came to the Vineyard because I had some friends who were attending here and experienced a service and. at the conclusion, the pastor gets up and says we believe God can heal and starts listing off some conditions and kind of coordinating prayer. I was just like, whoa. I don't know what this is. I am not comfortable with this. This is confusing. It was out of my comfort zone and I had had a really big background in church. My dad worked for a denomination since before I was born. So, I had been around the church. I went to a Christian college. I took courses in Christian theology. I knew the church world, but I had never seen this before.

I was really closed, really confused, and honestly, I was in that place for about four years. But what happened was I took a short-term missions’ trip with our church to China, where we had the opportunity to work with the house church movement … to train and equip some leaders there. It wound up that kind of, probably by providential accident, I signed up for a trip where the main focus was teaching and training on prayer for healing. I didn't know that. I had already committed to a $1,000 deposit, a non-refundable ticket had been bought and all of this. And so, I said, fine, I'll just go. But I won't participate in that healing stuff. Well, one thing leads to another. I find myself not only participating but the Lord had spoken to me about a certain condition in a way that I was kind of just not used to. The next thing I know, I'm actually leading a prayer session in the training, even though I don't do this stuff or believe in this stuff. But I just kind of decided it's for training sake, I'll fake my way through it. In the middle of that, the Holy Spirit powerfully showed up. He just unglued the room. There were people all over the floor. This lady winds up manifesting a demon and gets delivered, she gets healed. I mean, the full on just kaboom, Holy Spirit bomb in the room. And all of that was happening while I'm leading the prayer, not believing any of this stuff is real. Needless to say, that got a little bit of my attention, and, in time, changed the overall direction of my life. I still continued to finish my PhD. I was grateful that I did, but by the time I graduated, I just been hooked by the kingdom. So, I've been partnering with the Vineyard church and doing kingdom stuff ever since.

Dr. Steve Greene: I think this is payback for the Lord because of all the science experiments you performed in lab as you separated particles and atoms and molecules and you're doing all this experimenting with what God created. He said, OK, you're making nature uncomfortable here, have some of this. It's just realizing how God works. I was privileged to be a dean at the Oral Roberts University. I worked with some brilliant scientists there who were some of the most sold out men of the faith. It seems like when God gets ahold of a scientist, someone who's really literal and studied and understands biology, chemistry, physics, when they get close to God and they get it, they get it really good. Could you comment on that? You sort of prepared for this because you saw it from a scientist viewpoint to some degree.

Pastor Putty Putman: Oh, yeah, absolutely. Honestly, I could say this of anyone who's an achiever in their field, per se. When God really gets a hold of a high capability person, then the results are just dynamic. I'd say a great biblical example might be Paul, the apostle. He was the standout Pharisee of the day? But when the Holy Spirit interrupts him and Jesus shows up in his life, now he becomes the standout church planter of the day. I think that's just kind of how it works. God takes whoever we are and aims it at something kingdom, and it gets exciting.

Dr. Steve Greene: You make a point in your book about today's thinking that separates the gospel from the kingdom and you've got some thinking about that. Really, they are two topics, but they get blurred. So, would you comment on that and shed some light?

Pastor Putty Putman: I think one thing that's really important is being a Christian is about being a follower of Jesus, right? Sometimes I think we can confuse following Jesus’ teaching with following Jesus' example. The thing that Jesus just never stopped talking about was the kingdom of God. He was so excited about the kingdom of God. He was teaching these parables, and he just wouldn't stop talking about it. At some point, I kind of became convicted and felt like, if I'm a follower of Jesus, then I'm pretty sure that means His message has to be my message. Otherwise, I don't know how I'm following Him. Don't get me wrong. I think preaching salvation, like calling sinners to repentance and all that is incredibly important. I'm not trying to downplay that. Sometimes people hear that, but that’s not at all what I'm trying to say. I'm just trying to say that to be fully fledged followers of Jesus means we have to carry the message. He carried. We have to do the ministry he did. We have to partner with the Holy Spirit the way he partnered with the Holy Spirit. All of that is caught up in following Jesus. What kingdom impact is, it’s an exploration of well, if we try and take that seriously, what does that look like for our lives?

Dr. Steve Greene: I've always wondered about the DNA of Jesus. I feel like you've helped provide some insight to that. Certainly, a chunk of his DNA was kingdom. Because it's every breath he takes he's thinking about, this is the kingdom of God. He's teaching his disciples constantly about the kingdom of God doesn't come by observation. It dwells inside of you. And that begins to add fuel and evidence to this was a lot of His makeup, both physical and spiritual.

Pastor Putty Putman: He was he was really sold on it.

 

Connect with Putty Putman

·         Schoolofkingdomministry.org

·         On Facebook

·         On Twitter

 

Subscribe to the Greenelines podcast and newsletter

 

Greenelines Takeaways

Well, how about that snow globe example. Doesn’t that shake you up a little bit? You know, that old snow globe sits there and it's absolutely dormant. You just look at it. Then you're bored, you're answering the phone, you're texting, you're playing with Facebook, and you pick up your snow globe and you shake it. Then from now on, you'll think about that is that's what happens to our life when we are led by the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit will just reach out and grab that snow globe called our life and give us a good shake. Everything is so much different from that moment on. We see something we haven't seen before, hear something we haven't heard. We will respond in the spirit will begin thinking in the spirit and speaking in the Spirit. That's what this podcast hopefully did for you.

Three quick takeaways for you:

1.      To be a full-fledged follower of Jesus, His message must become our message, that we speak like he speaks, we say what he said. That makes us a follower. That's for you to think through and to consider the Scripture.

2.      He mentioned three categories of manifestation of the Holy Spirit. He spoke very specifically about gifts of Revelation. That's the spiritual side of what he reveals to us. I love when the Lord shows me something, particularly when I'm reading the Bible. This happens to all of you. When we get that Rhema word, when we get that revelation, that moment where somehow, someway, I know what someone is thinking, what they're needing from me how I can help them. The Lord shows me and opens it up. It's a revelation, then He gives gifts of inspiration. Obviously, that's our speech and how we speak, really even how we speak well of others. Certainly, it's our prayer language. I think it goes beyond that. It's how we speak words of life because that’s led by the Spirit. How we recite His word. It's instant in season. Isn’t it amazing how His Word comes back to us? It's returned to us when we need it. Like, I think I can't memorize a thing and all of a sudden, here comes a scripture flowing out of me pretty accurately. That's a gift of inspiration by the Holy Spirit. The third category mentions is the gift of demonstration. And that's how we act. That's how the activities that we do, our actions, how we speak to one another, how we lay hands on one another and ask for the presence of the Lord to come upon someone and to help someone. Those are real powerful categories. And frankly, that's worth listening to this podcast or just to hear that.

3.      The last point that I wanted to make with is that we think we incorporate the kingdom of God in our life, like, I've made a decision. I'm going to incorporate the kingdom God in my life. I'm a little bit wrong. No, I'm a lot wrong. Because the kingdom of God incorporated me. The minute I prayed that prayer, my DNA changed. I'm a new creature, I'm a chosen one. I’m a creature of the King. I've got a place at the King’s table. The kingdom adopted me, it overtook me, it overwhelmed me. Now it leads me and I pray the Spirit of God would lead me before every one of these podcasts, and that the things that I had to share with you are fruits of the Spirit, things of the Spirit.

 

Greenelines Host Information

Dr. Steve Greene is the Publisher and Executive Vice President of Charisma Media. Dr. Greene received his Ph.D. in marketing from Memphis State University. He has worked in television station management and worked directly with over 80 stations throughout the United States. He has worked in marketing capacities with McDonald’s, Jiffy Lube, and Stanley Steemer. He has owned restaurants, a national advertising agency and a syndicated marketing research firm. Dr. Greene has served as the Dean of the College of Business and professor of marketing at Oral Roberts University. He is also the author of Love Leads, which dispels the myths and misconceptions many have come to accept about leadership.

To learn more about Dr. Steve Greene, connect with him on social media!

Facebook: https://facebook.com/drsgreene/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrSteveGreene

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.stevegreene/

Episode Notes

Greenelines with

Dr. Steve Greene

Guest: Putty Putman

Putty Putman provides a simple explanation of what it means to be filled with the Holy Spirit. In this episode, you will learn the three categories of manifestation of the Holy Spirit, how to flow in them and what it means to live a life like Jesus from his new book, Kingdom Impact.

Introduction

Dr. Steve Greene: This is the Greenelines podcast. I'm Steve Greene on the Charisma Podcast Network. This show is brought to you by my book, Love Leads. I am so excited to talk with you about my book. I haven't done this. I feel a little funny about it. But at the same time, I believe the Lord gave me this book. It is inspired. I hope you would say that after you've read it. It's filled with Scripture, and concepts about leadership that really begin in the home. I've always felt that if we can't lead at home, we're surely not going to be able to lead in any business environment. So, I think it's a carry over. I'm trying to debunk that myth that you got to be strong and tough to be a good leader. I just believe you've got to do what Jesus did and love. If we can't love one another, if we can't demonstrate love at work, what are we doing leading? If God is love, and we don't love, how then are we supposed to lead? Are we supposed to lead by opinion or by the size of my biceps, or how loud I can yell? No, I think we're supposed to lead based on biblical principles. I've tried to identify those throughout this book. In fact, this book is a spiritual connection between all of our relationships and our productivity, that if we work together, we love one another, we treat each other with respect and honor and accountability … if we do that, we're going to be more productive, we're going to get more done and I teach a complete sermon on the productive home. I believe that we've got to learn to be more productive at home. This book of fine will help you with that.

I want to read you something John Bevere said about my book. Is this vain? I hope you don't think so. I hope it isn't because listen to what John Bevere says about my book. Love Leads is a must read for all those in a position of leadership. Now, before you say to me, I'm not in a position of leadership, may I say to you that yes, you are. You are to lead others to Christ, you are to lead your home. You are to lead your friends out of the valleys that they get into. You spend a lot of your day leading, whether you know it or not. I think Love Leads will help you. It's an important book. I have many good reviews on it on Amazon. I'd like to send you though, to Charisma to get you a good price and free shipping. It's loveleads.charismamag.com; love leads.charismamag.com. Now let's get to the show, and thanks for enduring me.

 

·         Read the story: How This Pastor Went From Graduate Physics to Exploring, Explaining the Supernatural

Dr. Steve Greene: God has something wonderful in store that you might never have considered. A place where your energy and enthusiasm can build toward a fulfilling future. Now that excites me. A fulfilling future, we're going to build toward. It’s not just going to happen with a blink. And yet again, it could because we don't put God a box. But that is the first line off the back cover of a book that I'm going to introduce you to today. It's how do we find this place that is probably the topic of our discussion. By knowing God more deeply and following the way that Jesus demonstrated. For most of us, our passion is wrapped around Earth bound ideals rather than the goals of the Holy Spirit. How about that? Did you start this morning being led by the Holy Spirit? Did you pray first open eye, did you just voice that thought: Lead me, Holy Spirit, throughout this day, because the Holy Spirit wants to accomplish that in partnership with us. We are free moral agents. We come and go, and the Holy Spirit just wants to lead us. The result will be something pretty exciting. We're going to grow. We grow numb to His calling and His gifts. I want that. I want to introduce you to the author now. He has a PhD in physics. You might not think that a marketing guy in a physics guy have anything to talk about, but we're going to talk about Jesus and the Holy Spirit. He wrote a book called Kingdom Impact. His name is Pastor Putty Putman. He's with us now. The subtitle this book, Living Like Jesus in a Broken World. Help us out, pastor.

 

Subscribe to the Greenelines podcast and newsletter

 

Putty Putman Books

·         Kingdom Impact: Living Like Jesus in a Broken World

·         Live Like Jesus: Discover the Power and Impact of Your True Identity

·         Jesus.Heals.Today.: The Best Prescription for a Hurting World

·         The School of Kingdom Ministry First Year Manual

 

Dr. Steve Greene: So, tell me. I've got to know this right off the bat. How does a PhD in physics come to experience the better things of the Lord through the Holy Spirit and then to be able to write about being led by the Holy Spirit? It doesn't seem to go together.

Pastor Putty Putman: It's been quite an adventure from my side. A lot of it is wrapped around my experience with the Vineyard Church, which is where I am now a pastor on staff in Central Illinois. I came to Champaign Urbana, which is couple hours south of Chicago, where I still live to this day, about 15 years ago to start my graduate school program in physics. I was raised in the faith, but it was not a very Holy Spirit-oriented expression of faith. So, I came to the Vineyard because I had some friends who were attending here and experienced a service and. at the conclusion, the pastor gets up and says we believe God can heal and starts listing off some conditions and kind of coordinating prayer. I was just like, whoa. I don't know what this is. I am not comfortable with this. This is confusing. It was out of my comfort zone and I had had a really big background in church. My dad worked for a denomination since before I was born. So, I had been around the church. I went to a Christian college. I took courses in Christian theology. I knew the church world, but I had never seen this before.

I was really closed, really confused, and honestly, I was in that place for about four years. But what happened was I took a short-term missions’ trip with our church to China, where we had the opportunity to work with the house church movement … to train and equip some leaders there. It wound up that kind of, probably by providential accident, I signed up for a trip where the main focus was teaching and training on prayer for healing. I didn't know that. I had already committed to a $1,000 deposit, a non-refundable ticket had been bought and all of this. And so, I said, fine, I'll just go. But I won't participate in that healing stuff. Well, one thing leads to another. I find myself not only participating but the Lord had spoken to me about a certain condition in a way that I was kind of just not used to. The next thing I know, I'm actually leading a prayer session in the training, even though I don't do this stuff or believe in this stuff. But I just kind of decided it's for training sake, I'll fake my way through it. In the middle of that, the Holy Spirit powerfully showed up. He just unglued the room. There were people all over the floor. This lady winds up manifesting a demon and gets delivered, she gets healed. I mean, the full on just kaboom, Holy Spirit bomb in the room. And all of that was happening while I'm leading the prayer, not believing any of this stuff is real. Needless to say, that got a little bit of my attention, and, in time, changed the overall direction of my life. I still continued to finish my PhD. I was grateful that I did, but by the time I graduated, I just been hooked by the kingdom. So, I've been partnering with the Vineyard church and doing kingdom stuff ever since.

Dr. Steve Greene: I think this is payback for the Lord because of all the science experiments you performed in lab as you separated particles and atoms and molecules and you're doing all this experimenting with what God created. He said, OK, you're making nature uncomfortable here, have some of this. It's just realizing how God works. I was privileged to be a dean at the Oral Roberts University. I worked with some brilliant scientists there who were some of the most sold out men of the faith. It seems like when God gets ahold of a scientist, someone who's really literal and studied and understands biology, chemistry, physics, when they get close to God and they get it, they get it really good. Could you comment on that? You sort of prepared for this because you saw it from a scientist viewpoint to some degree.

Pastor Putty Putman: Oh, yeah, absolutely. Honestly, I could say this of anyone who's an achiever in their field, per se. When God really gets a hold of a high capability person, then the results are just dynamic. I'd say a great biblical example might be Paul, the apostle. He was the standout Pharisee of the day? But when the Holy Spirit interrupts him and Jesus shows up in his life, now he becomes the standout church planter of the day. I think that's just kind of how it works. God takes whoever we are and aims it at something kingdom, and it gets exciting.

Dr. Steve Greene: You make a point in your book about today's thinking that separates the gospel from the kingdom and you've got some thinking about that. Really, they are two topics, but they get blurred. So, would you comment on that and shed some light?

Pastor Putty Putman: I think one thing that's really important is being a Christian is about being a follower of Jesus, right? Sometimes I think we can confuse following Jesus’ teaching with following Jesus' example. The thing that Jesus just never stopped talking about was the kingdom of God. He was so excited about the kingdom of God. He was teaching these parables, and he just wouldn't stop talking about it. At some point, I kind of became convicted and felt like, if I'm a follower of Jesus, then I'm pretty sure that means His message has to be my message. Otherwise, I don't know how I'm following Him. Don't get me wrong. I think preaching salvation, like calling sinners to repentance and all that is incredibly important. I'm not trying to downplay that. Sometimes people hear that, but that’s not at all what I'm trying to say. I'm just trying to say that to be fully fledged followers of Jesus means we have to carry the message. He carried. We have to do the ministry he did. We have to partner with the Holy Spirit the way he partnered with the Holy Spirit. All of that is caught up in following Jesus. What kingdom impact is, it’s an exploration of well, if we try and take that seriously, what does that look like for our lives?

Dr. Steve Greene: I've always wondered about the DNA of Jesus. I feel like you've helped provide some insight to that. Certainly, a chunk of his DNA was kingdom. Because it's every breath he takes he's thinking about, this is the kingdom of God. He's teaching his disciples constantly about the kingdom of God doesn't come by observation. It dwells inside of you. And that begins to add fuel and evidence to this was a lot of His makeup, both physical and spiritual.

Pastor Putty Putman: He was he was really sold on it.

 

Connect with Putty Putman

·         Schoolofkingdomministry.org

·         On Facebook

·         On Twitter

 

Subscribe to the Greenelines podcast and newsletter

 

Greenelines Takeaways

Well, how about that snow globe example. Doesn’t that shake you up a little bit? You know, that old snow globe sits there and it's absolutely dormant. You just look at it. Then you're bored, you're answering the phone, you're texting, you're playing with Facebook, and you pick up your snow globe and you shake it. Then from now on, you'll think about that is that's what happens to our life when we are led by the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit will just reach out and grab that snow globe called our life and give us a good shake. Everything is so much different from that moment on. We see something we haven't seen before, hear something we haven't heard. We will respond in the spirit will begin thinking in the spirit and speaking in the Spirit. That's what this podcast hopefully did for you.

Three quick takeaways for you:

1.      To be a full-fledged follower of Jesus, His message must become our message, that we speak like he speaks, we say what he said. That makes us a follower. That's for you to think through and to consider the Scripture.

2.      He mentioned three categories of manifestation of the Holy Spirit. He spoke very specifically about gifts of Revelation. That's the spiritual side of what he reveals to us. I love when the Lord shows me something, particularly when I'm reading the Bible. This happens to all of you. When we get that Rhema word, when we get that revelation, that moment where somehow, someway, I know what someone is thinking, what they're needing from me how I can help them. The Lord shows me and opens it up. It's a revelation, then He gives gifts of inspiration. Obviously, that's our speech and how we speak, really even how we speak well of others. Certainly, it's our prayer language. I think it goes beyond that. It's how we speak words of life because that’s led by the Spirit. How we recite His word. It's instant in season. Isn’t it amazing how His Word comes back to us? It's returned to us when we need it. Like, I think I can't memorize a thing and all of a sudden, here comes a scripture flowing out of me pretty accurately. That's a gift of inspiration by the Holy Spirit. The third category mentions is the gift of demonstration. And that's how we act. That's how the activities that we do, our actions, how we speak to one another, how we lay hands on one another and ask for the presence of the Lord to come upon someone and to help someone. Those are real powerful categories. And frankly, that's worth listening to this podcast or just to hear that.

3.      The last point that I wanted to make with is that we think we incorporate the kingdom of God in our life, like, I've made a decision. I'm going to incorporate the kingdom God in my life. I'm a little bit wrong. No, I'm a lot wrong. Because the kingdom of God incorporated me. The minute I prayed that prayer, my DNA changed. I'm a new creature, I'm a chosen one. I’m a creature of the King. I've got a place at the King’s table. The kingdom adopted me, it overtook me, it overwhelmed me. Now it leads me and I pray the Spirit of God would lead me before every one of these podcasts, and that the things that I had to share with you are fruits of the Spirit, things of the Spirit.

 

Greenelines Host Information

Dr. Steve Greene is the Publisher and Executive Vice President of Charisma Media. Dr. Greene received his Ph.D. in marketing from Memphis State University. He has worked in television station management and worked directly with over 80 stations throughout the United States. He has worked in marketing capacities with McDonald’s, Jiffy Lube, and Stanley Steemer. He has owned restaurants, a national advertising agency and a syndicated marketing research firm. Dr. Greene has served as the Dean of the College of Business and professor of marketing at Oral Roberts University. He is also the author of Love Leads, which dispels the myths and misconceptions many have come to accept about leadership.

To learn more about Dr. Steve Greene, connect with him on social media!

Facebook: https://facebook.com/drsgreene/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrSteveGreene

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.stevegreene/

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