BAKERSFIELD, CA — CityServe announced today it has launched season two of The Influencers Podcast, www.cityserve.us/podcast. With co-hosts Dave Donaldson and Scott Young, the podcast provides practical resources and insights for how Christian leaders can influence the world around them. The Influencers Podcast is available on Charisma Podcast Network, Apple Podcast and Spotify.
Dave Donaldson and Scott Young discuss stories and strategies with leaders, experts, and professionals from around the globe, who help individuals uncover the keys to unlocking their full potential of influence. Each episode is created to inspire Christians to leave a legacy of change through kindness and compassion from their neighborhood to the nations.
Season 2 begins with episode #31: How the right influence can transform your future. Dave and Scott share their personal stories and talk about the people who influenced their life choices. Listeners will learn no matter the challenges they have experienced in life, God can use them to make a difference in His kingdom.
Upcoming guests on The Influencers Podcast include Nick Vujicic, Tommy Barnett, Andy Mason, Jordan Raynor, and many others.
“I am excited to see people expand the impact of their life by learning from the inspirational stories and personal insights our guests bring to the podcast,” said Scott Young. “We want to see people make a difference in their neighborhoods as well as reaching the nations.”
Dave Donaldson is an author, international speaker, and veteran of Washington, DC, and co-founder of Convoy of Hope and CityServe. Scott Young is an expert communicator with an extensive broadcasting background and global speaking platform. He currently serves as the lead pastor of Church of Hope in Sarasota, Florida as well as a board member for CityServe.
CityServe is a collaborative network of churches and community leaders connected to help those in need live better lives. CityServe empowers the local church to fulfill its purpose to overcome despair and transform lives by resourcing them with tangible goods and capacity building. CityServe brings the church to the table to address community challenges by offering long-lasting relationships that lead to transformation and has been designated a “Community of Faith and Opportunity” by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Since its launch, CityServe has resourced churches with more than $749 million of goods-in-kind, serving more than 62 million people nationwide. For more information about CityServe and its initiatives, please visit https://cityserve.us or on social platforms @cityservehq.