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Jeff Henderson was one of my favorite speakers at this year’s Catalyst Conference. His talk was on what non-profits can learn from for profits. One reason I identify with Jeff is because of his background in the business world.
Here are a few thoughts Jeff shared:
The solutions non profits are […] Continue Reading…
One of the parts I miss about being gone from the Nashville area is I no longer get to see my friend Pete Wilson. Thankfully, I can keep up with him through his writing. And, I’ll read whatever he writes. Pete has a way of packaging thoughts into an […] Continue Reading…
I’m at Catalyst conference this week again. It has been a couple years since I have been here and I missed it. I didn’t decide until recently to attend, but was grateful at the opportunity to blog from here. The catalyst for this particular post may have been the […] Continue Reading…
Do you need more preschool workers to serve children? Do you need more greeters to greet? Do you need more ushers to…ush?
If so, you’re in familiar territory.
I’ve never met a church that said, “You know…when it comes to volunteers, we’re good. We’ve got plenty. […] Continue Reading…
This is part 2. Read Part 1 HERE.
I’ve noticed we confuse a lot of words in leadership. They seem related, and are often used interchangeably, but they are very different.
Here are 5 words we often confuse:
Idea with initiative – Ideas are many. Actually working to make an idea […] Continue Reading…
I’ve noticed we confuse a lot of words in leadership. They seem related, and are often used interchangeably, but they are very different. I decided to break this post into two parts, so I will share 5 more in the next post.
Here are words we often confuse:
Possibility with probability […] Continue Reading…
No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it. Hebrews 12:11 NIV
“This is the coolest hat I’ve ever had!”
That was the comment my son made years ago when […] Continue Reading…
Have you ever wanted a spoiled child?
It is easy.
Here’s a 10-step quick formula guaranteed to produce results:
Give children everything they want.
Never tell them no.
Fight with your spouse over discipline.
Put children first, even over your spouse.
Strive to make every moment “the greatest moment of their life”.
Teach them they are the […] Continue Reading…
Someone asked me a great question recently. It came from a young pastor. He appears to be doing a great job leading, but he wants to do better. I admire that. I hope he (and I) continue that attitude throughout his career (and mine).
His question was this:
Knowing what you […] Continue Reading…