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Culture is the Secret Weapon of Brand Impact By Mark Miller

  Do you know what’s your secret brand impact weapon? First of all, brand impact is not something your organization has, it is your organization! It’s made up of tangible and visible elements: a logo, a website, print collateral. But it also involves the intangible. It’s the sum total of how others perceive you. It’s…

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Improve Your Work Culture By Dr. Paul White

Three Ways to Improve Your Work Culture Workplace culture has become an increasing focus in the past year (especially its negative aspects) – and rightfully so. The “culture” of our workplace has a huge impact on our daily experiences and how much we enjoy (or don’t) our work. This issue is an important one to…

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Living in a Post-Truth Culture Dr. Kip Warton

The Steward Follower Living in a Post-Truth Culture I’ve lost track of how many worldviews are present in culture today. They have morphed into existence during my journey with Christ that directly or subtly challenge truth established in Scripture. We have moved from the post-Christian to the post-modern to the post-truth culture in recent years.…

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Prayer Culture By Solomon Lujan

The Power of a Prayer Culture By Solomon Lujan ~ If you want to ingrain one transformational habit into your company’s culture, may I suggest that none is more important than prayer. Let’s be clear: There is no power in a prayer culture itself. The power is in Jesus. But prayer is the conduit, the…

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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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Preserving Culture By Jeff Jernigan

Preserving Culture in Faith-Based Organizations By Jeff Jernigan ~ A culture is only as good as its leadership. Programs, mission integration, and other methods of establishing and growing a distinct culture are important, but only if the desired traits for the organization are being demonstrated on a day-to-day basis by people in leadership roles. A…

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Culture Change by Christine Talbot

Culture change is where new strategy starts. By Christine Talbot – Many versions of the following maxim all point to the same caution for leaders implementing strategy and change. “Culture eats strategy for lunch.” Do not underestimate the power of the existing culture — practices and values that underlie the organization and to which staff…

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Religious Freedom: An Interview with Dr. Russell Moore

Religious Freedom, Evangelicals and Culture ~ An interview with Dr. Russell Moore Dr. Russell Moore serves as the eighth president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention, the moral and public policy agency of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination. The Wall Street Journal has called Moore “vigorous, cheerful, and…

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Steward Leaders and Their Stuff by Wes Willmer

By Wes Willmer ~ Did you know that possessions are mentioned in Scripture three times more than love, seven times more than prayer, and eight times more than belief?  So what is the link between steward leaders and their stuff? Clearly it is very important to God and the manner in which the topic appears…

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Christian Influence: An Interview with Dr. Gregory Alan Thornbury

CLA President and CEO Tami Heim interviewed Gregory Alan Thornbury, Ph.D., president of The King’s College in New York City. Thornbury previously served as professor of philosophy, dean of the school of theology and vice president for spiritual life at Union University. He is the author of Recovering Classic Evangelicalism: Applying the Wisdom and Vision of…

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