SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES | public and private school chapels and assemblies
Is it possible that the culture has misguided young people into thinking that leadership is all about charisma and speaking more clearly than the person beside you? And could it be that the question “What’s next? What are you going to do next?” could be hindering you from thinking about what’s really important right now?
Over the past four years, Alan Williams has continued to break down these issues and more as he has spoken at assemblies and chapel programs in more than 250 different schools and academies. These venues have not only given Alan the opportunity to share his story, but have also provided a forum to address such topics as worldview, redefining success, servant leadership and character development.
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In the midst of a sports-obsessed culture, Alan Williams restores a sense of proportion and perspective gleaned from his experience as a walk-on at Wake Forest. His is a heartfelt, grace-saturated story that does not sugarcoat reality; instead he conveys the pain and heartache, the disappointment and sacrifice, and ultimately the joy and fulfillment of being a part of something larger than self: the enduring perspective of a ‘team-mate.” Alan’s message resonates with folks as old as 7 and as young as 7×7.
Steve Collums (1950-2009)— Longtime Educator and Administrator, Memphis, Tennessee