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Isaiah is getting pretty big. All he wants to do now is play in the dirt.
I was cruising through Twitter and noticed a link to a great video from Tim Briggs. His church had an outdoor baptism service at a private pool and their team put together a video capturing the event. Though this video is short, and my guess is it will be used maybe 2 or 3 times, […]
“The most underrated virtue of a leader is approachability.” @DaveShrein
Andy Stanley & Craig Groeschel share about how language, especially related to your organization’s values, is critically important. Audio from Catalyst One Day – Southern California. Recorded August 22, 2013. [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/109926475″ params=”color=ff6600&auto_play=false&show_artwork=true” width=” 100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]
“God cares a whole lot more about who you are becoming than what you are creating.” @B_REWSTER
Would you have the boldness to forgive your father for attempting to murder your mother? That is the story of Kitty Chappell. True leadership requires boldness to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Leadership is not about grudges, power and sticking it to another, rather, it’s about service, example and sacrifice. To go to the […]
The most underused feature of a website is the internal search engine. The internal search engine puts all content of your site available within one click of the home page. Every time a user must click you lose significant traffic. By the third click you’ve lost nearly all your traffic. Optimizing your internal search engine […]
Over the last several years there has been the ever increasing gap between who we are in person and who we are online. It’s a dangerous predicament and it is illustrated no where more clearly than in the lives of teenagers. I work with the youth at my church and I absolutely love our students. […]
I graduated high school in May of 2001 and by September I was living away from home. I would return home on weekends to take care of my siblings and get them off to school on Monday while my parents would be away working. I was 19 years old. My routine was to get up […]