Posts Tagged ‘Outcomes Mentoring Network’

Religious Freedom By Frank R. Wolf

We must speak up for religious freedom worldwide. By Frank R. Wolf ~ “Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” ~ Hebrews 13:3, NIV A recent Pew survey reported that over 70 percent of the world…

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Knowledge Stewards By Jon Hirst

Are you wired to be a good knowledge steward? By Jon Hirst~ My wife and I are raising our children to steward the resources that God has given them wisely. As we walk alongside them in that journey, I have realized that some stewardship responsibilities are easier to get your head around than others. For…

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Do Life Like Christ By Nancy Lynn Roberts

God Dares Us to Do Life Like Christ!  By Nancy Lynn Roberts ~ Are you A Christian who “lives life out loud’ by being transparent with others about your struggles and your successes?   Are you intent on leaving a legacy of faith-filled living? Do you want to share God’s Word as you live out your…

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Go Viral By Dan Glaze

Why is it so important to make your ministry go viral? By Dan Glaze ~ I believe that when we get to Heaven there will be a very special place for the martyrs who have sacrificed their lives for the sake of the Gospel. And sometimes I jokingly tell my friends who are in the…

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Mentoring Transforms Cultures By Dr. Liz Selzer

Yes, mentoring transforms cultures! By Dr. Liz Selzer You have an organizational culture. It began the day your organization did. Whether you have carefully cultivated it or you have passively allowed it to develop, you have an existing culture. You and the people in your organization all bring perceptions, attitudes, values, learned behaviors, dreams and…

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What is Christian Philanthropy? By Aimee Minnich

What is Christian Philanthropy and what makes it different? By Aimee Minnich ~ I’ve been having an ongoing dialogue with a friend of mine – we’ll call him Jon – about whether the world needs a christian impact investing movement. Is it just marketing gloss that we use to attract donors? This is an especially important…

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A Leader's Stakeholders By Kent Wilson

By Kent R. Wilson, PhD ~ Who are a leader’s stakeholders? For-profit organizations have owners and/or stockholders that the leaders of the business are accountable to, while nonprofit’s have no human owners, just stakeholders. Who are the stakeholders of a particular nonprofit organization, and to what degree is the leadership of the organization accountable to…

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A Pauline Perspective on Locating Best Practices by Dr. Gary Hoag

By Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D. ~ What is a Pauline perspective on locating best practices? Every winter for more than a decade I have facilitated a research project with a peer group of evangelical seminary leaders. We share various data points linked to advancement—ranging from communications to development—and analyze insights that surface in the findings.…

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Leadership Lesson: Thanksgiving By Wayne Pederson

By Wayne Pederson~ Leadership Lesson: Thanksgiving Did you ever notice that you avoid negative people? Those toxic relationships sap your energy and affect your outlook on life.  One of the keys to happiness is to connect with positive people. If you’re trying to motivate yourself, refuse to dwell on negative thoughts. Focus on the things…

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Jesus Names His Stewards by Howard Rich

By  Howard Rich  ~ Today, I want to share with you how in Scripture Jesus names his stewards, those who belong to him. I have often been asked if I have a favorite verse, or a life verse, from the Bible. As I reflect on this question, I realize I have a life chapter. Revelation…

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