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White's Chapel UMC
Thursday February 20th 2020
I pray that your partnership with us in the faith may be effective in deepening your understanding of every good thing we share for the sake of Christ.
Philemon 1:6
 

We Are

Mission in the Marketplace

 

Schedule

4:45pm-5:30pm

Check in, food, praise, and worship

Opening and announcements

Keynote

Keynote #2

Intermission

Keynote #3

Panel

7:40pm-8:25pm

 

2020 KEYNOTES

Bob Lilly

Former Dallas Cowboy

"A man has to figure out what has to be done and how to do it. You have to be able to spin out of a block, recognize a play immediately and then react accordingly. I figure I’m as strong as anyone else; so getting the job done becomes a matter of pride and determination.” 

Bob Lilly was a two-time All-Southwest Conference pick and a consensus All-America choice at Texas Christian before the Dallas Cowboys' selected him as their first-ever draft choice in 1961.

For the next 14 seasons, his play on defense was so outstanding that he became popularly known as "Mr. Cowboy." Bob starred as a defensive end in 1961 but then moved to a defensive tackle spot in his third season with even more sensational results. As a tackle, Lilly was a first-team All-NFL choice every year from 1964 through 1969, then again in 1971, and 1972. The only years he missed first-team honors was his final two seasons in the league and in 1970 when he was a second-team choice.

Equally effective as both a pass rusher and a rushing defender, Lilly continually battled double-team and even triple-team opposition but he rarely was delayed in his pursuit of the ball carrier. Quick, agile and coordinated, he even scored four touchdowns in his career. One came on a 17-yard interception return in 1964 while the other three came on fumble recoveries. Altogether, he returned 18 fumbles for 109 yards.

Extremely durable, Bob played in 196 consecutive regular-season games. His only career "miss" came in the 1973 championship game with Minnesota, when a leg injury put him on the bench. Post-season play became a way of life for the 6-5, 260-pound Olney, Texas, native. The Cowboys played in seven NFL/NFC title contests in an eight-year period from 1966 through 1973 and also in Super Bowls V and VI. Bob also was selected to play in 11 Pro Bowls. He is the first player who spent his entire career with the Cowboys to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Veronica Cochran

 CEO of IAAP

Passionate… captivating… inspiring… dynamic! These are just a few words used to describe Veronica Cochran. Her life’s work has been spent helping countless people realize their leadership potential in a variety of settings including corporate offices, healthcare systems, schools, universities, and churches, and the administrative profession and its professionals are no exception. As the CEO of International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP), Veronica has a deep passion for elevating the perceived value of office and administrative professionals and looks forward to advancing the critical work surrounding this profession. Her sincerity is tangible and her approach to leadership is refreshing and revolutionary! Veronica has served in a variety of managerial and executive leadership capacities within industry-leading organizations for over 20 years, and it was during this time that she recognized that leadership is for everyone and that leadership development should be accessible to all. As a result, she established L.I.F.E. (Leadership Is For Everyone) Concepts, an organization dedicated to helping individuals recognize and reach their highest leadership potential. As a leadership development expert and strategist, Veronica partners with both individuals and organizations to increase leadership capability and effectiveness. In order to connect with Veronica please email her at veronica.cochran@life-concepts.org.

Chad Hennings

3x Superbowl Champion, US Air Force Fighter Pilot, Author, Entrepreneur

In order to attain excellence one must first live a lifestyle of excellence.  Excellence isn’t a destination; it’s an identity.  Chad Hennings has lived this message through a nine ­year NFL career and three Super Bowl Championships with the Dallas Cowboys, forty­ five successful combat missions flying A­10 jets with the Air Force,and as one of the most decorated college football players in NCAA history.  Chad has taken this message across the world at the invitation of some of the most distinguished executive audiences ranging from American Airlines to Bank of America, General Motors to Citigroup, and a host of U.S. Governmental agencies.  He has also been a philanthropic leader in the Dallas­ Ft Worth area as a member of the board of directors of Christian Community Action, an organization that provides assistance to at­risk families, and the establishment of Wingmen Ministries.

Chad challenges audiences to dare to be excellent and inspires businesses to create cultures of excellence.  People and organizations don’t do great things to become great; great people and organizations do great things. Chad credits his post NFL career success to concepts he espouses on striving to live a life of excellence.

Excellence is a Lifestyle.

Chad and his wife, Tammy, have a son, Chase, and a daughter, Brenna. They currently reside in Flower Mound, Texas.

3x Superbowl Champion, US Air Force Fighter Pilot, Author, Entrepreneur

Elizabeth Huffman

Owner of Black Door Renovations

James Durham

  • Founder and President of TBI One Love

  • Motivational Public Speaker, Mentor Life and Sales Coach at Zig Ziglar  Corp

  • TBI One Love Radio Show Host at Brain Injury Network

Rachel Porter

  • Red Diamond Home Loans 

  • Southlake Young Professionals

Johnnie Yellock 

2019 Mission in the Marketplace

 
Title Sponsor: 
Benefits for Title Sponsor: 30 Sec video, online ads, printed ads, website, program, swag bag, logo in ad, name in ad, and 24 seats.
Platinum Sponsor: 
Benefits for Platinum Sponsor: Online ads, printed ads, website, program, swag bag, logo in ad, name in ad, and 16 seats.
Gold Sponsor: 
Benefits for Gold Sponsor: Online ads, website, program, swag bag, name in ad, and 12 seats.
Silver Sponsor: 
Benefits for Silver Sponsor: Website,program, name in ad, and 8 seats.
Bronze Sponsor: 
Benefits for Bronze Sponsor: Program, name in ad, and 4 seats.

Thank you to our 2020 Sponsors!

 

Portion of our proceeds go to GRACE. If you would like to make an inkind donation please visit:http://www.gracegrapevine.org/in-kind2.aspx

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