Are You Pulling All the Weight in Your Business?

Your team is capable of achieving powerful results when given the tools to function as a unit. This follows God’s design for men. He didn’t intend for any individual to carry the load alone, but for many to unite with shared vision and purpose.

“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor.” -Ecclesiastes 4:9


1. Trusting Your Team Learning to delegate certain key responsibilities and watching your employees respond with:

Boosted Morale

When team members are entrusted with critical roles in the company, they are more invested, more motivated, and more passionate about their work.

Increased Production

Release some of your workload to trusted staff, and be amazed by how much more gets accomplished in a day’s work.

Motivation for Ministry

When team members are trusted, they are able to fully invest in your vision, partnering with you to achieve greater ministry impact with your business.


2. Working On Yourself Giving yourself the breathing room to fully commit to your personal growth as a leader, emphasizing: 

Physical Wellness

When carrying the bulk of the workload on our own, physical health often suffers. Focusing on total body wellness impacts every area of your business and your life.

Mental Clarity

Every leader experiences burnout from time to time. Sharing the load give you time to regain the mental clarity needed to think strategically about the future.

Spiritual Discipline

Constantly missing your daily quiet time to start checking things off the to-do list? Discover (or rediscover) the immense benefits of regular Bible study and prayer.

“He must become greater, I must become less.”

-John 3:30

A Worthy Investment

We all want to see our businesses thrive, but as Christian leaders, our primary purpose is advancing His Kingdom. This is not a task we can accomplish alone, nor is it one we should take lightly. The C12 Group provides monthly resources and peer advisory groups to help you invest in your leadership, your team, your business, your ministry. Get connected now.


  • Kevin Miller Bio

    With over a decade of experience in marketing leadership, brand management, and business development, Kevin has helped numerous companies refine and implement plans to create exponential growth.

    Prior to joining C12, Kevin led a successful Florida-based brand strategy consulting business focused on growing small and medium-sized businesses. Entrepreneurial in spirit, Kevin also has a diverse background in launching start-ups as well as helping struggling or stagnant businesses develop a new course of action. His experience incorporates knowledge from multiple industries including textile manufacturing and design, medicine, real estate, technology, web development, and the creative arts.

    After attending the University of Central Florida where he studied Music Performance, Kevin became involved in worship arts and youth ministries, serving for several years in various leadership roles. He and his wife Beth, an elementary school administrator, have been married since 2000. Together with two sons Kyle and Kamden, they enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities including hiking, hunting, fishing, and backpacking.

  • Troy Blackmon Bio

    Troy came to The C12 Group in 2008, with a diverse background in executive leadership, sales development, team building, and operations. Through his role as VP of Field Operations, he is committed to serve, equip and encourage CEOs and business owners to lead thriving companies that honor the Lord and serve people.

    During his tenure at Chick-fil-A, Inc. Troy learned that business excellence and glorifying God in the marketplace go hand in hand. Troy managed a P&L of $35+ million in revenue and coached business owners in operational excellence and improving financial results.

    In addition, Troy has been involved in leading small group ministry, including planting a church in Seattle, WA. Troy was formerly Partner at OneAccord, a management-consulting firm focused on accelerating revenue for mid-market companies. While at OneAccord, Troy was privileged to work with numerous technology companies in senior leadership positions, managing sales, marketing, and business development activities. Troy most recently served as the President of a technology private equity group, where he led the management teams of 4 portfolio businesses.

    Troy is married to his high school sweetheart, Shanna, and has been blessed with 4 children. He enjoys golf, cycling, and mountain biking with his family.

  • Mike Sharrow Bio

    Mike joined C12 as a member in 2010 while serving as an executive pastor for a large church in Texas and owner of a healthcare strategy consulting group.  Prior to that, he had served in a variety of leadership roles in both operations and sales corporately for the Walgreen Company, financial services as well as strategic development work with Health by Design.  In 2011 he exited his commitments to join the local C12 practice in San Antonio as an associate chair serving CEOs across that market.  In 2013 he and a partner acquired the greater Central Texas region and stewarded it as it grew to a team of 8 full-time chairmen serving nearly 150 leaders.  Mike is passionate about collaboration, strategic planning, Gospel initiatives and BHAG endeavors.

    With a background spanning Fortune 50 corporate settings, startups, non-profit and local church, Mike has been discipled into an integrated life perspective around the calling all believers share to be disciple-making disciples and ambassadors of Christ across all vocations and contexts.  It was in 2005 when God revealed to Mike the perils of a “sacred versus secular” duality in life and since then he’s been on the adventure of living one life in Christ, with work as worship, business as ministry and life as mission.

    Mike grew up in Alaska, graduated from Trinity International University and the Loyola Graduate School of Business.  He married his bijou of an Iowa farmers daughter, Jacqui, in 2002 and they have 2 girls, Elayna and Sophia.