Saturday, October 31, 2020

7 Signs of a Toxic Staff Culture

Culture wins. It’s the driver of organizational health, and ultimately, growth. So when your culture is toxic, it can harm relationships, tarnish your organization,...

When You’re in the Belly of a Big Fish

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Jonah, one of Scriptures most interesting characters, finds himself in the belly of a big faith after he ran from God. Sometimes crisis, pain,...

Do These 5 Things to be a Better Father

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Fathering is a heart connection. Parenting is more than proximity.  It is the power to encourage, comfort, and urge your child to win. HERE ARE THE...

When Does a Church Need a Modest Revitalization? – Revitalize & Replant

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Sometimes a wholesale revitalization isn’t what’s needed in a church. More often than not, small changes can make a big difference. Today, we discuss...

Developing Leaders for Small Groups

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I shared in our most recent quarterly edition of The Unstuck Church Report: Benchmarks & Trends in Church Health that our data is showing...

What to Do When You’ve Stopped Growing

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Ever feel like you’re stuck? Like your organization, or your personal leadership, has hit a wall and you just can’t seem to get past...

Is Jesus More Than A Celebrity Crush?

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Has there been a person in your life you thought you knew, but you really didn’t? Could that person be Jesus? Stay with me as...

Happy Martyr’s Day!

Take a moment with me to think back on the baby showers you’ve been to. It seems like inevitably, when seasoned moms get together,...
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When Courage Isn’t Sexy

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There is a kind of courage authors use as their clay for the molding of a love story. It’s the same...

Things To Do When You Are Totally Bored

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Let’s face it, people are bored and scared.  The endless news reports keep you scared.  The endless limitations keep you bored.

The Can’t Miss Quality When Promoting From Within

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In today’s reality of shrinking budgets and uncertain futures, many organizations we are coaching are promoting leaders from within rather than making...