“I don’t think there’s a greater way to show God’s love than to show what He’s done and changed in you – living that example to others.”

– Dianne Derby

Today we have the privilege of talking with Dianne Derby. Dianne is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, the evening co-anchor for KKTV 11 News, holds two Masters degrees, is a wife, mom, and plays a significant part of our Colorado Springs community. But there’s one more thing to add to that list.

In this podcast, episode 014, we talk with Dianne about how one interview led to reading the Bible every Tuesday for five years with author, speaker, leader and Pearl Harbor survivor Jim Downing (our friend, who we affectionately call “Navigator #6”).

We covered topics like:

  1. How did that initial interview lead to the relationship it became?
  2. What did Jim Downing model to you in the context of The Apprentice Approach?
  3. What did it look like for Jim to walk alongside you during those years and in some significant life-moments?
  4. How is life different?
  5. What were some of your biggest take-away’s sitting with Jim?

Join us as we continue on our journey talking about spiritual generations with Dianne as she shares with us about her experience being discipled by Jim Downing. Also, if you haven’t subscribed to The Apprentice Approach Podcast in iTunes, do it today! Until next time, this is your host, Jack McQueeney, believing God for generations of men and women like you!

Jack McQueeny
Jack McQueeney

Jack McQueeney is the founder of The Apprentice Approach and is wholehearted about helping people grow, develop, and deepen their walk with the Lord. He believes that as we grow in our love for Christ, we will serve, love, and trust God for the BIG things He calls us to. Jack has been on staff with The Navigators since 1982, serving in multiple roles from assistant to the President, to Collegiate Ministry and as the Executive Director of the Glen Eyrie Group, the camp and conference ministry of The Navigators.  

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