Tag: Management

The One and the 1

In these times of social distancing, isolation and self-quarantine; the church’s programming expertise is kicking into high gear.  We are making it work.  We are caring for the flock.  We are meeting the needs of our elderly.  We are encouraging, praying, sharing and giving hope . . . primarily for the “found”, instead of the “lost” . . . primarily for the “99”, and not the “1”.

It’s Not Mine

Be defined by your giving more than your gain.

Time To Recharge

I will fully satisfy the needs of those who are weary and fully refresh the souls of those who are faint. Jeremiah 31:25 NET Weary?  Worn out?  Whipped? We are always on the go . . . always working . . . always connecting.… Continue Reading “Time To Recharge”

The Need For Powerful Questions

When Ray Krock asked the question, “How do you make a great hamburger in such a short time?” the idea of fast-food restaurants and McDonalds was born. Einstein once commented: “If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on… Continue Reading “The Need For Powerful Questions”

Ten Ways To Enjoy A Reflection Sandwich

Try the ARA Sandwich . . . Act-Reflect-Act.

16 Ways Leaders Shoot Themselves In The Foot

Leaders can shoot themselves in the proverbial foot when their aim is not on the target.