About

For 20 years, my goal has been to help ministries reach people more effectively, primarily through speaking at conferences, coaching and consulting.

The leaders I partner with run organizations of all shapes and sizes, but what they have in common is a passion to reach people with their stories and make the world a better place.  This led to the start of AspireOne back in 1995—a strategy and communications firm with a heart for helping churches reach people.

However, despite dedicating my career to helping others communicate better, there are areas I’m still working on since our teenage daughter frequently has “No idea what I’m talking about” and “Doesn’t understand a word I say.” Quick thoughts on Twitter can be found here, and I’d love to connect on Facebook here

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  1. I am based in the UK, and a former chaplain of Leicester City. I have embarked on an ambitious project to build a national landmark of a million bricks, each one representing an answered prayer. The idea is to build it by a motorway, with a visitor centre so hundreds of thousand of people each year can see Jesus is alive and answers prayer.

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thewall2020/the-wall-of-answered-prayer-uk-national-landmark
    In addition we will be providing a million bricks for social housing, and giving the surplus and ongoing revenues (£millions) to Christian charities

    I’m sure you have hundreds of request, and I just humbly ask that you could prayerfully consider this. Can you have a look, maybe feature on your blog? maybe even buy a brick?

    Please drop me a line if you want more info

    God bless you in your work – Rich

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