Posts Tagged ‘Christian Leaership Alliance’

Visionary Investing By Abel Pomar

Visionary Investing Begins with the Great Commission Most of the decisions we make throughout the day involve money or investing it on some level. How we use money bears eternal significance. Maybe that’s why God’s Word provides more guidance on how we handle our money and resources than on nearly any other topic. At least…

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Custom Communications By Graham Shaw and Shelley Cochrane

Create Custom Communications that Work! It is possible for you to create custom communications that will work hard for you mission and ministry! “Your organization’s greatest challenge isn’t being exceptional, it’s being understood.” A friend of ours wrote this recently—and we would add, your greatest challenge isn’t being exceptional, it’s being understood so powerfully that…

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The Value of Intentional Preparation By Shannon Litton

  Strategy Starts with Intentional Preparation Intentional preparation is key to carving out a strategic plan to yield measurable results Once you know where you’re headed as a ministry leadership team, it is just as important to know how to get there. But, what’s next? We believe the first step is to ask the right…

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17 Ways to Hit Refresh By David Sanford

17 Ways Christian Leaders Can Hit the “Refresh” Button Every Christian leader who still wants to be in the ministry five years from now needs to take a day or two off each quarter to hit the “refresh” button. The most valuable assets we have, after all, aren’t our offices, computers, books and other tangible…

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Leadership is Influence By Patti Garibay

Leadership = Influence Over the last three decades of teaching leadership qualities to my children and the members of American Heritage Girls, I have encountered thousands who claim they are not leaders.  Many say they are “not chiefs but Indians” or “behind the scenes type of people.”  These individuals believe that leaders are line leaders,…

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Defining Christian Excellence

By Ted W. Engstrom & Ed Dayton Excellence is a Measure Excellence demands definition. One of the trite replies of our day, when asked how we like something or how well something is going is “Compared to what?” But excellence is like that. It assumes a standard. And conversely, excellence assumes inferiority. It assumes there’s…

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