Monthly Archives: March 2017

Leadership & Why the Green Box Matters

Posted by Orrin Woodward on March 23, 2017 Life without purpose, a purpose that gives meaning to the mundane tasks of life, is merely endless ennui, a meaningless series of Sisyphean tasks where one rolls a rock uphill only to … Continue reading

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5 Realities about the Weight of Shepherding & Building People

I work within an industry that gives people opportunities to improve & lead themselves, their families (wives, husbands, children, etc.) and, eventually, their communities & culture. It’s a process of building interconnected teams which strive for both individual and team … Continue reading

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Goal, not ‘Role’

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Super Powers

By Chris Brady | Original Post From time to time my children will ask me the question, “Dad, if you could have any super power, what would it be?” To which I always answer, “Teleporting!”  Because it would be so … Continue reading

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Four Key Areas of Spiritual Leadership

March 22, 2017 by Eric Gieger If influencing others is a key component of leadership, then Christian leadership will be about influencing people spiritually, leading them in a direction that helps them become more like Christ. I’ve always liked Henry … Continue reading

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1 Big Question Church Leaders must ask about Leadership Development

2 And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others. 2 Timothy 2:2 March 7, 2017 by Eric Geiger When ministry leaders start to … Continue reading

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