#149: A Leader’s Heart: An Interview with David Tensen

Living from a Heart that Experiences Healing

David Tensen

I am passionate meeting people who have a high value for heart health and genuine interaction. So many leaders today are just about the bottom line of achievement without the priority of heart connected living. I am passionate about finding people who are effectively helping people experience transformation and have a value for vulnerable interaction. 

In this week’s episode, I want to share with you some of my discussion with David Tensen, a man who has given himself to helping leaders cultivate a healthy heart life. This is tough work and a major investment, especially because people have not been trained on how to process the life of their heart.

David and his wife Natalie head up LeaderHeart. An organization passionate about keeping the hearts of leaders healthy and thriving. David is a creative heartfelt leader in his generation. As a speaker, author, writer and vocal recording artist, he brings together a unique fusion of experience ranging from business to leadership and emotional health to spiritual development.

The eldest son of European immigrants, David lives in Australia with his wife and three children and enjoys cycling and healthy living. David holds certification in  Frontline Management and Prayer Ministry.  He spends his time helping various leaders and overseeing various nation-wide social projects through LeaderHeart initiatives.

David is a sought after speaker and coach. He and his wife Natalie also create media resources to assist parents and children with relational, emotional and spiritual challenges. His wife has written a book called, More Precious than Pearls, which is available online today.

David has appeared on television in the Pacific Region and recently produced a 40 days radio broadcast which appeared on over 50 stations across Australia.

Video Broadcast: David Tensen Interview

I recently had an online meet-up with David and thought it would be a great encouragement for you to tune in and experience the highlights of our discussion. In this week’s episode, we talk about the following:

  • The importance of ministering heart healing to people.
  • The incredible story of healing over his son.
  • His travels, observations and insights from experiences.
  • His own heart journey and transformation.
  • The passion he brings regarding heart healing.

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Mark DeJesus has been equipping people in a full time capacity since 1995, serving in various roles, including, teaching people of all ages, communicating through music, authoring books, leading and mentoring. Mark's deepest love is his family; his wife Melissa, son Maximus and daughter Abigail. Mark is a teacher, author and mentor who uses many communication mediums, including the written word, a weekly radio podcast show and videos. His deepest call involves equipping people to live as overcomers. Through understanding inside out transformation, Mark's message involves getting to the root of issues that contribute to the breakdown of our relationships, our health and our day to day peace. He is passionately reaching his world with a transforming message of love, healing and freedom. Out of their own personal renewal, Mark and Melissa founded Turning Hearts Ministries, a ministry dedicated to inside out transformation. Mark also founded Transformed You, a communication platform for Mark’s teachings, writing and broadcasts that are designed to encourage people in their journey of transformation. Mark and Melissa currently live in Connecticut.

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