It's hard not to be envious of sales and finance executive turned evangelist and public speaker William Lightner.
MARIETTA, GA, UNITED STATES, March 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The former military man and finance professional, feeling his true calling lay elsewhere, turned his back on the nine to five life and made it his mission to travel the world as a servant of God.
"I thank my education for the decision," says William Lightner, crediting his time at Judson University, Illinois, for the path his life has taken.
"Judson University was an outstanding college for me because of the higher education setting and their worship of God," he adds. "The university made me into the man I am today."
Following an early private Baptist school education, Lightner would join Vestal High School, New York, before leaving for Judson University in Illinois. From here, he enrolled in the military before embarking on a successful career in sales and finance.
Years later, in a complete change of pace, Lightner made the decision to leave the world of mainstream employment. Instead, he was to undertake a six-month training and development process as part of a well known religious mission.
Undertaking the mission's training would subsequently see him board the first of many flights which were to take him across the globe.
"I've traveled tens of thousands of miles on a journey which has taken me to 28 different countries," says William Lightner. "It's changed my life forever."
In his new life, Lightner has personally assisted hundreds of individuals, the world over, in finding comfort in God.
"I've also addressed vast crowds, often numbering as many as several thousand at a time," adds Lightner.
He continues, "I teach them to acknowledge fellowship, as well as faith through prayer. I do this so that they can live a more sound life as a follower of Christ."
Now well recognized as an evangelist and successful public speaker, Lightner knows what it takes to succeed in this life.
"I believe that, regardless of the topic, there are three main factors which every speaker should consider," he says. "These are being personal with the crowd, showing passion, and being powerful with words."
Of his work with the religious mission, Lightner further goes on to say, "I'm honored to be connected with such a great group."
"They're one organization I love doing work for," he adds in closing.
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