Posts Tagged ‘Outcomes Magazine’

Doing Good Works By W. Scott Brown

Doing The Good Works God Has Prepared for Us “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” (Eph. 2:10) Cultural conflict grabs headlines, but there is another story happening today. Christian organizations and leaders are quietly and faithfully transforming lives. It’s…

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Outcomes Conference 2022: Meet Newt Crenshaw

Meet Newt Crenshaw – Mainstage Presenter at The Outcomes conference 2022 Christian Leadership Alliance President and CEO Tami Heim recently interviewed Newt Crenshaw, President and CEO of Young Life.  We are honored he will take the mainstage during The Outcomes Conference 2022 in Louisville, Kentucky, April 26-28 NEWT’S JOURNEY Newt Crenshaw brings extensive experience and…

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Generously Giving and Being Grateful

  The Joy of Generously Giving and Being Grateful We celebrate this season of generously giving and giving thanks! As leaders, it makes a difference when we demonstrate appreciation and express gratitude. We wholeheartedly believe giving thanks is a Biblical principle!  We Give Thanks for the Alliance Community It is life-changing to be in a…

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Lead Like it Matters to God By W. Scott Brown

Outcomes Conference Book of the Year Lead Like it Matters to God This week, as we mark the 45th Anniversary of Christian Leadership Alliance, we are pleased to announce the Outcomes Conference Book of the Year, Lead Like it Matters to God by Rich Stearns. Rich is the president emeritus of World Vision U.S., and…

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One Simple Question By Scott Rodin

A Simple Question in a Complicated Age   Let me start with the one simple question, “Where are you, right now with Christ?” Looking Back This is the final CLA blog for 2020. What can we say about it all? It would be tempting to do a retrospective of the year and try to reflect…

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An Invitation to Greater Things By Paul Swamidass

 Jesus invites you to witness greater things. When Jesus called Nathanael, he promised him that he would see even greater things. It remains an invitation and promise he extends to each of us. Let’s go to the other side. One day Jesus said to his disciples, “Let us go over to the other side of…

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The Search for Authenticity in Media By Jedd Medefind

Can You Find Authenticity in a Media Saturated World? In a world dominated by media marketing messages, people are desperate for even a small taste of authenticity. But for all the products, personas, and personal profiles created to appear authentic, we rarely see it. When Christians share of themselves in ways that reflect the vulnerability,…

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Last-Minute Tips to Prepare for Year End By Ray Gary

  Time to Prepare for a Strong Finish to 2020! With the end of the year approaching, your nonprofit has developed a plan and kicked off your year-end campaign. But this year’s campaign undoubtedly looks different than any you’ve ever launched before. With all of the adjustments and accommodations you’ve had to make for COVID-19,…

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The VUCA Vortex By Ron Frey

  Are You in the VUCA Vortex? The military defines VUCA as Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity – the environment of war. If the year of 2020 has you living in a VUCA Vortex, I have two encouraging thoughts for you: You can turn the VUCA experience into a positive force, and Don’t go it…

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Calibrate Your Heart and Mind By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

Learn to Calibrate Heart and Mind to The Master’s Voice As a steward my choice to pause and meditate allows me to continually calibrate my heart and mind to the Master’s voice. The spiritual practices of prayer, contemplation and reflection strengthen the bond of trust between me and God, my owner. Because when I pause…

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