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Bookings for 2020 and 2021

Carson Now booking Speaking for Fall 2020

Carson is at his best when speaking to leaders, those with responsibility and wanting to be inspired and grow. Everyone leaves a keynote or retreat with Carson taking away several leadership nuggets that can have life altering effects.

He is often used to help call leadership out of those younger who question themselves. His insightful observations and experience help leaders get beyond barriers that keep them from being all that they could be.

By taking a multi-dimensional approach in his mentoring of leaders, Carson is able to tap into the very things that enhance our relationships, our spiritual and intellectual growth, our passions, our teams and make us overall more effective at home and at work.

A gifted storyteller, Carson weaves truths and insights in such a way that drives the point home in a memorable fashion. He is direct, authentic, and fun.

If you are interested in having a conversation with Carson about an upcoming event please book an appointment here.

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  1. David Carmichael
    March 6, 2017 at 8:16 am

    We once met at 1st Baptist 3 or 4 years ago when one of our Indian speakers and Dalit Freedom Network were invited to share the plight of the untouchables and our work with them. I was a rep for DFN at the time and am now on their board.
    Also, being a fan of Arrow (Keith Anderson is my good friend), I wanted our Director, Sherry Bailey to apply for the Senior Leadership program. When I contacted Arrows office, your dear wife Brenda answered and received me so kindly and warmly. I was so blessed. She graciously suggested we request scholarship help for Sherry as she represented a charitable organization, which we did. Brenda went the extra mile for us. I heard via the grapevine that Arrow was going through tough times financially and that our grant was a little to generous. Brenda persevered however, and I was able to raise the balance of the tuition. Sherry loved the program and grew as a leader and person of faith. I still give your dear wife credit for helping to make this happen. Interestingly, my wife of 44 years went to be with the Lord 9 years ago. I know somewhat of your pain. It is though, as you would agree, a suffering with joy. We will see our beautiful wives again. Praise be to God.
    Carson, DFN is looking to add an influential, godly person to our board. We are the cusp of moving form a small organization to a larger one. We need 1 or 2 committed and connected people to help us moving forward. Someone of your caliber Carson! Could I ask you to suggest a couple of names for us to approach in this regard? We meet twice yearly. Knowledge of the Dalits isn’t critical as that can be learned. Influence, capability, major board experience and Kingdom commitment would be essential.
    With appreciation,
    David Carmichael
    Chair, Nomination Committee
    Dalit Freedom Network

  2. Brenton Crowhurst
    February 11, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    Greetings old friend. The decades have rolled by since we last chatted at Vancouver’s 1st Baptist. I was reading your blog tonight, and I’m saddened by some of the news since I last checked in on you. I’m very very sorry to read of Brenda. I can still remember when you were married. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

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