Legacy Leadership Forums is a team of business owners and COOs who meet together monthly for mutual encouragement and accountability.


As a member of Legacy Leadership Forums, we understand it is a joy and privilege to steward a business on God’s behalf. It is also our responsibility to represent Him well in everything we do. To that end, Legacy Leadership Forums has established our core values, reminding us what we stand for, who we  represent, and to treat each other with respect and dignity.


We value the relationship we have with God and those in our circles.

We strive to be authentic

We submit to being accountable

We commit to sharpening each other in love


By God’s grace we will study and learn Biblical Principles and we commit to following them in every area of our lives.


We expect to Grow, Learn, and Develop in spirit and in skill. We will submit to Christ, Scripture, and each other to facilitate our growth as one of God’s leaders.


We work to have a Kingdom Impact in our families, businesses, and communities.


We will achieve the highest level of Commitment to God and to those around us.

We expect to be relied upon and we will remain dependable and steadfast.

What kind of Legacy are you leaving?
For your Family? For your Business? For your Community?

“The Forum for me provides me an opportunity to meet monthly with other like minded businessmen who share common goals as it relates to their relationships at home and in the marketplace. Sharing ideas and problems with these guys helps me be a better husband, father, and employer.”

Greg Bach
Bach Benefit Group
Hoffman Estates, IL

“I have been a Forum member for several years. I operate several businesses related to the real estate industry. I feel like the input that I received from my “Christian Board of Directors” is invaluable. I have grown as a business owner, a Christian, and mostly as a Christian Business owner through the teaching and counsel I have received from my Forum. The Legacy Leaderhip Forums has provided wise, Christian advice during the booming years of my career and during the more challenging times. The Bible study, fellowship, and business sharing time are something I look forward to with each coming meeting. I feel stronger as a business owner as a result of my involvment with Legacy Leadership Forums.”

Daniel Macahon,
Daniel A. Macahon & Associates
Woodale, IL

“My participation in Legacy Leadership Forums has helped me to view my business in a different light…It is not just a mechanism to earn a living for my family, but rather a means to further the Lord’s kingdom thru the witness it makes to the world because of the way we treat our employees and customers; as well as the way we use the revenue it generates to fund the Lord’s work here on earth. Legary Leadership Forums have also given me an avenue for seeking Godly advice regarding business issues from my fellow Forum members that my “non-businessmen” friends simply would not understand.”

Gary Dykstra
D & G Electric
Lynwood, IL




A business owner/partner and/or the decision maker of a particular location of business.

LLF is a RESOURCE that is attractive to Christian business leaders and considered an asset to the Christian Business community because it communicates:

1. The value of being part of something larger than ourselves.

2. The bottom line impact of being part of LLF in our family, business, and       community.

3. The impact of controlling debt.

4. What it means to be an excellent Godly leader.

5. What it means to others when we lead excellently.

6. Community service opportunities.

One five hour meeting per month, including a meal and relevant Bible study.

The meeting can vary from business to business within your FORUM. In some cases the meeting may be held in the same location each month.

This varies from FORUM to FORUM.  The starting time and place is decided by the members to best fit their schedule and usually fills a half day.

There is no fixed fee. We are a not for profit 501(c)3. The suggested donation amount is $225.00 per month; although many members give substantially more.

Usually no more than eight members.

You will need to commit to ten of the twelve meetings per year. There is also a confidentiality commitment that must be signed.

Provers 11:14 is very clear. “For lack of guidance a nation (business) fails, but many advisers make victory sure.”

Yes! By all means! You come as a guest to observe and learn, but you cannot participate in the discussion. (Subject to clearance from the FORUM)

2019 September Prayer Events

Presented by Legacy Leadership Forums

Join us to discover your place in the Kingdom at Work movement and meet other marketplace leaders with similar vision. You’ll hear stories from veteran leaders as you are practically empowered to experience the reality of the Kingdom at work in your organization. Get ready to be inspired, equipped, and ignited to advance God’s Kingdom through your influence in the marketplace!

Two Locations & Two Different Days

Continental breakfast and lunch provided.

Investment: $75/person

Time: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Wicker Park Social Center

2215 Ridge Road, Highland, IN


Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Oak Brook Bath and Tennis Club

800 Oak Brook Road, Oak Brook, IL

Event Filled

Legacy Leadership Forums is excited to introduce our Gathering leaders from Kingdom at Work:

Rick Betenbough, CEO of Betenbough Copmanies, PBC

Rick co-founded Betenbough Homes in 1992 with a vision to use fanatical cost control and “out-of-the-box” organizational systems to become the price leader for new brick homes in Lubbuck, TX. Since then, he as matured a management and production system that combines quality and cost control through disciplined planning, negotiating and supervising. For 24 years, Rick served as the President of Betenbough Homes, building nearly 7,000 homes for West Texas families. Early in 2016, he felt led to step aside from the role, allowing new leadership to continue to grow and lead the company and its employees.

Now serving as the CEO of Betenbough Companies, PBC., Rick pursues his passion for the advancement of God’s Kingdom in and through the marketplace. Rick loves to mentor other Kindgom-minded leaders and entrepreneurs while walking his daily journey beside his loving wife, Holly. Rick and Holly enjoy time with their kids and grandkids.

Casey Brewer, Marketplace Connections Manager, Kingdom at Work

Casey graduated with a degree in Business Management from Texas Tech University and served on the pastoral staff of a local church for five years prior to coming to Betenbough Homes in 2006. After six years as the Business Manager, Casey transitioned into full-time missions and leadership training with Prepare International where he served and trained leaders in over ten nations of Europe and Latin America from 2013 to 2016.

In 2016, Casey re-joined the company and became the Marketplace Connections Manager for Kingdom at Work, where he continues his Kingdom leadership training. He is a graduate of the National Institute of Christian Leadership and is also a Certified Human Behavior Consultant. He and his wife, Dana, have three children.

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