“When life is stressful introduce more of whatever relieves your stress and allows you to be at your best.” @daveshrein
In many parts of the world when in a conversation the burden of comprehension is placed on the listener. It is the responsibility of the listener to understand the communicator. In other parts of the world the burden of comprehension is placed on the communicator. A communicator must ensure that he/she communicates so that those […]
At my church we have a value of being confident yet humble. The confident part is realizing that we know who Jesus is, we know why he was sent, we know what he offers and we trust that what he has said is true. The humble part is we don’t have it all figured out, […]
“The Internet gives us a false sense of success. We think it happens in an instance and it’s done, but it’s not.” – @jonacuff
When life is is dominated by “have-tos” it is easy to believe there is no time for “want-tos.” Powering through our work projects to “get it done” is a mandate and we believe fun will have to wait. When we pour ourselves out to the point of emptiness we lose our effectiveness. When we burn […]
Event driven ministry provides nearly all church teams a common gathering place or a “rally point” as I like to call it. During these events (Sunday Services, Wednesday youth events, etc.) a leader can inspire, encourage and cast the big picture to the rest of their team. Volunteers love being a part of a team […]
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