Posts Tagged ‘accountability’

Seven More Letters By Dr. Gary G. Hoag

Letters to Seven More Churches God gave John a message for each of the seven churches in Asia Minor. We read the seven letters in Revelation 2-3. Churches throughout history have found inspiration from these letters. We could summarize them in this way: To the church in Ephesus, He said, “Remember your first love!” (2:1-7).…

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Renew Your Accountability By Lee Ellis

Will you renew the value of accountability in your leadership? Perhaps now is an appropriate time for you to renew the leadership value of accountability. Professional accountability is a good thing. Without it, excellence is merely a pipe dream and even average performance isn’t a realistic expectation. My Experience As a former POW in the…

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Accountability and Generosity By Dr. Gary G. Hoag

Accountability is essential to inspire generosity. To encourage greater generosity to your ministry, I want to encourage you to champion accountability. The connection between accountability and generosity can be traced back to the biblical pattern set by the Apostle Paul in his international orchestration of the Jerusalem collection from A.D. 53-58. In his correspondence, we…

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Christian Leadership Alliance Member Spotlight: ECFA

Christian Leadership Alliance Founder’s Council Member: Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) ECFA enhances trust in Christ-centered churches and ministries by establishing and applying Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship™ to accredited organizations. Dr. Johnathan Kraus at Love Never Fails International shared, “Our dream was to bear the ECFA seal to demonstrate to donors that we are…

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Clarity in Ministry by Lee Ellis

Clarity in Ministry Leadership By Lee Ellis ~ A Fight for Clarity Have you ever had to fight for clarity in a meeting, conversation or even your ministry? Early on in my military training at Air University, our professors who taught speaking and writing courses told us repeatedly to “fight for clarity.” When lives are…

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A Culture of Accountability By Mike King

A Culture of Accountability – Being on Mission at Volunteers of America By Mike King ~ In leading an organization that helps the most vulnerable members of our society,  a culture of accountability means much more to me than answering to my board of directors or meeting financial benchmarks. Failing in our mission can literally…

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Accountability: An Interview with David Nasser

David Nasser shares his thoughts on accountability and leadership. Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) President and CEO Tami Heim recently interviewed David Nasser, Liberty University’s senior vice president for spiritual development on the topics of accountability and leadership. Nasser will be a keynote speaker at CLA’s Outcomes Conference 2017, April 4–6, in Dallas. Nasser was born…

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The Three-fold Process by Mark L. Vincent

What is the three-fold process? By Mark L. Vincent ~ I am revisiting the three-fold process of becoming a Steward Leader that Scott Rodin identifies in his book The Steward Leader.  1. Discovery – Coming to a new and deepened understanding about the nature and will of God for a person. The Steward Leader discovers…

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The Value of Accountability By Lee Ellis

By Lee Ellis ~ As 2016 quickly approaches, it is an appropriate time for you to renew the leadership value of accountability. Professional accountability is a good thing. Without it, excellence is merely a pipe dream and even average performance isn’t a realistic expectation. As a former POW in the camps of North Vietnam, I…

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How To Coach Next Gen by Roy and Margaret Fitzwater

By Roy and Margaret Fitzwater As millennials move into leadership roles, turnover rates may be even higher and more costly so it is  important to understand how to coach next gen leaders. Cheryl Conner writes in Forbes that the cost of unproductive time and a sense of entitlement are particular challenges among millennials, who reportedly…

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