By dreaming of the impossible-made-possible with an emphasis on mentorship, Anthony Meyer's innovative approach to leaving a legacy enhances his Kingdom Work. Anthony's unconventional path to ministry and peacemaking allows him to understand peoples' needs and struggles while he's pouring into them. He sees the future of the Church in corporate spaces, not necessarily in churches on the weekend, because people live most of their lives outside church walls. He challenges himself and others to activate our communities through listening, thinking, and asking differently while bringing Biblical principles into the workplace. We learn about honor, respect, and integrity on Sunday, but are we applying and bringing these principles to the workplace on Monday?
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About Anthony Meyers
While in his current role — serving on the Senior Leadership Team at The Crossing Church — Anthony Meyer’s main focus is striving to be a bridge-builder and change agent in the process of developing significant community partnerships across the city. His first job consisted of being a deputy sheriff in North Carolina. While moving from Dallas to St. Louis more than six years ago, things have come full circle as he embraces the opportunity to play a vital role in impacting this community. Anthony has served in various executive leadership roles over the course of his career, and has more than 20 years of experience in aiding corporate, educational, and non-profit organizations toward sustainability and excellence. He is a leadership expert, change agent, and social entrepreneur who empowers organizations and their leadership; to engage them in more productive and purposeful work. In addition, Anthony focuses on leveraging his vision through collective engagement by creating broker relationships that cross cultural, racial, socio-economic, and geographical boundaries in order to espouse the development of better organizations and communities. He and his wife reside in the St. Louis area, and they have two daughters.
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