Posts Tagged ‘Chrisian Leadership Alliance’

How To Create An Extraordinary Annual Report By Gary G. Hoag

Four Tips to Create an Exceptional Annual Report Recently, Ereny Monir, Ruthie Cristobal, and I from GTP produced an ECFA webinar called “Creating an Exceptional Annual Report.” While doing the research for it, we marveled that few churches and ministries actually do an annual report. If that’s you, watch the recording and download the slide…

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Developing a Generous Culture By Brian Kluth

A Generous Culture Has Generous Givers and Giving! To develop a generosity culture, it is important to understand these five spiritual practices that are needed to help grow generous givers and giving. 1 – INSTRUCT with Scriptures Generosity and financial teaching, particularly in a church should focus on the Bible – not the budget, bills,…

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A Duty to Ask and A Duty to Give By Ron Haas

Is your greatest sense of duty to ask or to give? John D. Rockefeller, Jr.  realized that the duty to ask and  the duty to give were both important functions. He once remarked, “Never think you need to apologize for asking someone to give to a worthy object, any more than as though you were…

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Models for Stewardship Leadership By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

Pregnancy and Parenting are Models for Steward Leadership People are not a means to an end. They are not expendable. I think of an experience my husband had with one employer. He had worked for many years on a contract, assigned to a difficult and important project. And then one day unexpectedly, everyone heard the…

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Church Resource Showcase Friday

SHOWCASE FRIDAY: CHURCH RESOURCES Christian Leadership Alliance is back with another Friday Showcase featuring church resources!  Today we want to introduce three resources that we believe would be valuable for churches to know about. And many of these are valuable for nonprofits and schools as well! We encourage you to review each of them and…

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EQUIPPING FOR KINGDOM OUTCOMES

THE CALL OF EQUIPPING KINGDOM-FOCUSED LEADERS The success and impact of equipping leaders through Christian Leadership Alliance is a testimony to the many Christian men and women who have invested their wealth of experience and knowledge in legacy to the future of emerging Christian leaders. It all began on March 20, 1976, when a group…

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Stewards of Information By Mark L. Vincent

Let’s be better stewards of information! We all receive lots of information and grow tired of repeated phrases. In addition to the way overused “sit back and relax and enjoy the flight,” an overused one I hope remains retired is “a heartbeat away from the presidency.” With grave respect for the ways in which people pass away…

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Transformational Leadership By Monty McNair and Kirk Mallette

The Four Basic Components of Transformational Leadership While Paul wrote of spiritual transformation 2,000 years ago, the conception of Transformational Leadership Theory is fairly new. James MacGregor Burns first brought the concept of transformational leadership to prominence in his book Leadership (Harper Torchbooks, 1978). Originally this was in the context of his research into political…

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Chainsaw or Scalpel? By William A Horton

Chainsaw or Scalpel? Which is the best tool for you? We all know that a chainsaw is used to cut down trees. A scalpel is a tool that a doctor uses to perform surgery. You would never imagine giving a plastic surgeon a chainsaw or a lumberjack a scalpel. Yet, we have all used the…

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Sustaining Momentum By Tom Lin

Sustaining momentum depends on your infrastructure. By Tom Lin ~ Momentum begins with something that ignites your passion and fuels your dreams. It propels you and your ministry forward insistently, relentlessly and consistently. That momentum started for me as a college student at Harvard University, where my faith came alive through the ministry of InterVarsity…

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