Category Archives: Resources

Best Practices, Tools & Insights into building your Team

Henry Cloud via LifeWay Leadership

Being in the leadership development business, I both appreciate & soundboard the output of others leaders, especially Christian thought-leaders, so as to refine & clarify my own thinking & teaching. So whether it be strategy, process, emotional intelligence or goal … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Lying to Yourself!

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3 Tactics to Remember that Idea You Just Forgot

Nat Eliason in Marketing If you do anything remotely creative, then you naturally come up with ideas throughout the day. These could be articles to write, marketing tactics to try, businesses to test, books to read, people to contact, anything. … Continue reading

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I AM the Storm!

Fate whispers to the Warrior: “You can not withstand the storm.” The Warrior screams back: “I AM the Storm!!”

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Jesus & Discipleship

Notes taken from Robbie Gallaty’s talk on Discipleship. Disciple Dynamic term – pursuing action A return to biblical discipleship Wield God’s Word & invest in the people of God for the glory of God A biblical model/pattern Matthew 28:19 19 Therefore … Continue reading

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Why We Need More Entrepreneurial Church Leaders, Not More Shepherds

by Carey Nieuwhof | March 24, 2014 I realize I might be opening up a controversial conversation. But I think it has to be said. And I hope you’ll hear me out. If the church is going to reverse some … Continue reading

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Why Leaders Should Pray

Leaders should be known as men & women who pray. They should also be known as people who work hard (the two are not mutually exclusive) Why should leaders pray?   Prayer is an essential leadership activity. Prayer brings the … Continue reading

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