Posts Tagged ‘Kingdom Outcomes’

Obedience Leads to Kingdom Outcomes By Patti Garibay

Obedience Always Leads a Christ-follower to Kingdom Outcomes Today’s post on how obedience leads to Kingdom outcomes is by Patti Garibay, the Founder and Executive Director of  American Heritage Girls. With over 30 years of youth ministry experience, Patti is known as an advocate for girls and for the importance of their understanding of their…

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Pursuing Kingdom Outcomes: CLA Webcast 12.17.15

This month you can gain a global perspective about pursuing kingdom outcomes. Discover how God is moving in our world today, and how ministry collaboration advances the kingdom. Join Christian Leadership Alliance VP of Leadership Experiences and Resources, W. Scott Brown as he interviews Dr. Michael Oh, executive director/CEO of the Lausanne Movement during the…

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The Pastor and The Kingdom Path by Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D.

by Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D. In The Choice: The Christ-Centered Pursuit of Kingdom Outcomes, Scott Rodin, Wes Willmer, and I announce that we are praying for a great awakening today in the church and the parachurch. Specifically related to pastors, we are exhorting them to abandon cultural definitions of success. These are often reported in…

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On This Eternity Depends

God hath given to man a short time here upon earth, and yet upon this short time eternity depends. – Jeremy Taylor At the  Outcomes Conference, CLA Dallas 2015, Christian Leadership Alliance brings leaders a focus on “time.” God has called you into leadership for such a time as this. The goal of this national leadership…

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The Role of Board Members in Advancement

A Kingdom Path Perspective by Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D. Christian ministry boards generally provide missional oversight, strategic governance, and fiscal accountability for the organizations they serve. Most are often comprised of committees. The committee tapped with ensuring adequate resources is often called the advancement or development committee. This committee tends to address its governance goals…

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10 Ways God Provides – Part 1

God Provides Part 1

By Brian Kluth God is bigger than money. God is our provider.  While God may choose to use money as part of his provisions for us, he is much bigger than money and he has many ways he provides. Over the years in Christian leadership I have discovered at least 10 ways God provides for ministries and…

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The Pursuit of God's Will

By Dr. R.Scott Rodin The single most important work we do as steward leaders is to seek to know God’s will and pursue it with obedience and excellence. If you agree, let me ask you how many times you have thought or said out loud, ‘If only we knew for certain what God wanted us…

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Passing the Test

Dr. Shirley A. Mullen Higher education has come slowly to true outcomes assessment. Christian higher education has been no exception. We have made plans for years — even plans that we called “strategic.” We have certainly done “evaluation” of students. We have regularly evaluated each other through the peer accreditation process. But in all of…

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Eternity-Oriented Metrics

Steward leaders use eternity-oriented metrics to measure the effectiveness of faithfulness-focused strategies. They tend to be more qualitative than quantitative. For example, Jesus called twelve disciples and instructed them to make disciples. He defined that not with quantifiable evangelistic goals (such as number of souls saved), but with the qualitative imperative that they team people…

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The Perfect Match

By Tom Atema Leading and measuring belong together! I totally understand that the degree of change and the pace of change will be different for every person and organization. That is not my concern. What I am concerned about is, for the most part, leaders of faith-based nonprofits are under the illusion that they are…

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