Posts Tagged ‘ministry’

Ministry Bullies By Alec Hill

The Reality of Encountering Bullies in Ministry Recently, I drafted a list of bullies whom I’ve known over the years. Schoolyard ruffians were easy to recall. They were usually big, not-so-bright, and angry at the world. Workplace bullies came next. Generally more intelligent and subtle, they used psychological and emotional intimidation rather than fists. Webster…

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Make an Impact – The Ministry of Business By Jim Brangenberg

In the Ministry of Business, You Can Have a Kingdom Impact!  We all want to make a Kingdom impact; we all want to transform the world for Christ. And here’s the thing: God has placed you right where you are to do exactly that! Work4Him: Change the Way You Think About Your Faith at Work …

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Addressing the Under-Performing Board Member By John Pearson

    7 Reasons You Must Exit an Under-Performing Board Member There are at least seven reasons why a board must remove an under-performing Board member. Is it time to address the elephant in the room? 1. Missed Meetings If your under-performing board member misses meetings and doesn’t apologize or explain her absences—then the board…

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Artificial Intelligence in Ministry By Dave Raley

Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Ministry Artificial intelligence isn’t new. It has fueled the imagination of ambitious inventors and entrepreneurs for centuries. It has fired the dreams of artists, authors, and film-making — some of whom have seen its positive potential, some of whom have painted vivid pictures of its dangers. Regardless of how it has…

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A Healthy Digital Ministry Mindset By Chad Williams

Five Signs of a Healthy Digital Ministry Mindset   Christian leaders know that digital is central to ministry strategy because digital is central to the way people live today. As we lead ministries digitally, we lead with pastoral hearts and we strive to grow and know the capabilities of technology for ministering to people today.…

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3 Questions to Guide Your New Ministry Plans by Terry A. Smith

Are You Adapting Plans to Guide You in the Current Climate? What’s guiding your current plans? For countless churches and ministries, COVID-19 has created massive disruption. Unable to gather physically, we’ve moved to online connections. Churches who didn’t have a Facebook page strategy are now scrambling to broadcast Sunday worship services live; in-person Bible studies…

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Ministry that Outlives You By Robby Gallaty

  How do you have a ministry that will outlive you? Today you will have the opportunity to watch a video from a past Outcomes Conference event. In it, Pastor Robby Gallaty shares how to have a ministry that will outlive your season of leadership.  There are many Christian leaders preparing to transition and make…

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Christian Leadership Alliance Member Spotlight: Joni and Friends

Christian Leadership Alliance Founder’s Council Member: Joni and Friends Today, Christian Leadership Alliance’s member spotlight is shining on the ministry of Joni and Friends. We are grateful for the leadership team of Joni and Friends and their commitment to serving God and others with excellence. Joni and Friends is built on Biblical truth and the…

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The Ministry of Management By Jim Canning

The Ministry of Management Is a Kingdom Call When I was growing up in the 1940’s and ‘50’s, most churches and other ministries were small, not very complex and not spending much time thinking about management practices. Much of the work was done by volunteers, and the word “management” was generally considered a “business term”…

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Clarity in Ministry by Lee Ellis

Clarity in Ministry Leadership By Lee Ellis ~ A Fight for Clarity Have you ever had to fight for clarity in a meeting, conversation or even your ministry? Early on in my military training at Air University, our professors who taught speaking and writing courses told us repeatedly to “fight for clarity.” When lives are…

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