Posts Tagged ‘Chrisitan Leadership Alliance’

The Nonprofit Staffing Crisis By Molly Dickerson McKinley

The Staffing Crisis That’s Hitting Nonprofits A new report on America’s multi-billion-dollar nonprofit fundraising industry suggests it is on the brink of a staffing crisis that could affect millions of people. America’s 1.5 million-plus charitable organizations face a “severe shortage of qualified fundraisers” that could seriously restrict their efforts to raise critically needed funds —…

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Strength in Letting it Go By Dr. Bob Snyder

Find His Strength in Letting Go Holding on requires letting go. For instance, to pick up my grandson, I must first put down the book that is in my hand. Grasping the things that matter in life requires releasing my grip on the things that don’t matter. This same concept applies to my journey of…

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A Strong Spiritual Life By Braden Douglas

8 Qualities of a Strong Spiritual Life How do you tell the difference between right and wrong? The answer is your spiritual life, which encompasses everything you believe in and value. You don’t need to be a religious person in order to have an impact on the world, but you do need a strong moral…

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Are You Living in Freedom By Jim Stern

Are You Living in Freedom? Psalm 107 is one of many powerful psalms of deliverance and freedom. “Then they [the children of Israel] cried to the Lord in their trouble, and he saved them from their distress. He brought them out of darkness, the utter darkness, and broke away their chains. Let them give thanks…

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Stewarding When It Is Difficult By Howard Rich

What does it look like to steward when it is difficult? The most difficult leadership experience of my life was shepherding my mother and sisters through the death of my dad.  Following my dad’s diagnosis with lung cancer, he was moved into our home where my family would care for him in his final days. …

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Transition and Change are Inevitable By Rich Kidd

Transition and Change are Inevitable – Growth is Optional I typically handle transition and change like a teenager learning to drive a manual transmission—lots of lurching stops and grinding gears.  The truth is only Jesus Himself has taught me to shift gears smoothly in life’s transitions. In my own life and work, I’ve found a…

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The Outcomes Conference 2019: Mandy Arioto

ROOTED: Mandy Arioto This morning at the Christian Leadership Alliance Outcomes Conference 2019, the general session features Mandy Arioto. This is a special month for Mandy as it marks the release of her newest book, Have More Fun: How to Be Remarkable, Stop Feeling Stuck, and Start Enjoying Life. In today’s blog we will introduce…

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Top. Middle. Bottom. By Mark L. Vincent

Top |Middle |Bottom | Steward Leaders of the Whole Top Line. Middle Line. Bottom Line. Do you have a working definition of each? Does your team members share those definitions? Do you see yourselves as the stewards of them all, even though you may have a favorite? Do you recognize the harm that could be…

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Focus – An Interview with Dr. Ed Stetzer

Focus on Fueling the Gospel and Organizational Momentum It takes focus to fuel the gospel and organizational momentum. When we talk about evangelism we tend to use words like “share” and “spread” and even “explosion.” It’s no coincidence that all of these words suggest momentum. The gospel always moves with a sense of excitement, as…

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A Post-Election Agenda By Scott Rodin

A Post-Election Agenda for Steward Leaders By Scott Rodin ~ This is one of the hardest blogs I have ever written. Today is Sunday, November 6th and you will be reading this on Wednesday, November 9th. I have no way of knowing what you will be feeling as you ponder the election results. Your candidate…

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