A trio of members of The Alliance picked up GSB checks in September, respectively and all three tapped Tim Goad International to benefit from their efforts.
James and Jane Hill, of Burlington, N.C., donated a $250 GSB check to TGI, Dane and Ruthie La Vigne scored a $500 check for the Goads' ministry and Kevin and Nancy Woolley added a third check for $250 through the GSB program.
It was La Vigne's fourth GSB in 2015, while the Hills had won one previously this year. Woolley earned his first GSB in 2014 prior to September's GSB.
Tim Goad, The Alliance's cultural adviser, founded Goad International at age 18. Through his achievement with Goad International, opportunities arose that allowed Tim to work closely with many influential leaders from around the world. People such as Rick Warren, Og Mandino, Norman Vincent Peale, Denis Waitley, and John Maxwell have called upon Tim's leadership and expertise to train, develop, and implement strategies for organizations such as The Alliance, Amway and Church Growth Training - an organization committed to training up church leaders to impact communities. It was during these many years that Tim grew his reputation as a resource for developing leaders and for creating environments of growth within a corporation.