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Are You Out of Control?
September 16, 2009 – 4:18 am | 3 Comments

It starts simple enough – a problem comes up that needs to be addressed. Then another. Then another. Pretty soon, it seems like things are out of control.
Perhaps you are spending too much time …

Who, What, and Why
September 15, 2009 – 4:11 am | Comments Off

Leaders experienced in a particular skill often see the “how” before anything else. This is especially true of creative and “techie” types. That is because we are so focused on our skills and how to …

Support Your Local Leader
September 14, 2009 – 4:52 am | Comments Off

Are you leading sideways? Many times, we are so focused on leading upward (to those we report to) and downward (to those we manage) that we forget to lead sideways.
Leading sideways means that we need …

Is Your Leadership Like a Savings Account or a Credit Card?
September 9, 2009 – 4:57 am | 2 Comments

Our leadership can take two forms: a savings account or a credit card:
A savings account is about investing in your life and the lives of others. A credit card  sits until there is no other …

How Is The Church Handling The Recession?
August 19, 2009 – 4:17 am | Comments Off

Yvon Prehn from the Effective Church Communications blog wrote a great post recently on how the church can communicate through the recession. Here are some ideas she provided on what we can do:

Be encouraging. Remind …

Are Your Windows Broken?
August 4, 2009 – 4:31 am | Comments Off

The Broken Window Theory is based on an article titled “Broken Windows” by James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling, which appeared in the March 1982 edition of The Atlantic Monthly:
Consider a building with a …

Mark Howell on Your Discipleship Strategy
July 30, 2009 – 4:56 am | Comments Off

 Mark Howell wrote an interesting post on the steps we should all take to diagnose our discipleship strategy:
Ever slow down long enough to look at whether your discipleship strategy is actually working?  I know…who has …

Inspire Others
July 29, 2009 – 4:24 am | Comments Off

As leaders, we have two options: we can inspire others or injure others.
When we inspire, we cause others to strive to be their best. When we injure, we cause others to never be their …

What Is Your Story?
July 28, 2009 – 4:21 am | Comments Off

Your church tells a story. You may not realize it, but everything your church does tells a story to your members and your community.
Your team tells a story as well. It might be a story …

Everyone Has A Story
July 27, 2009 – 4:17 am | One Comment

I was reminded today that everyone has a story. Most days, we are too busy to listen to it. We have too many podcasts, television shows, YouTube videos, SMS text messages, and Facebook apps to …

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