Posts Tagged ‘Prison Fellowship’

Learn To Keep It Simple By Mark Neigh

Get Over the Complicated and Keep it Simple When you keep it simple things get easier, right? There’s an old rule of thumb that says 95% of the people only use 5% of the functions. This is never more true — as Donald Norman pointed out in his excellent book The Design of Everyday Things…

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A Call for Outrageous Justice By Heather-Rice Minus

What is Outrageous Justice? God has called His people to seek justice. But our criminal justice system is so complex. How can followers of Jesus have a clear understanding of current issues? How can they act and promote restoration? Outrageous Justice is Prison Fellowship’s small group curriculum designed to educate and equip Christians on criminal…

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An Interview with James Ackerman

An Interview with James Ackerman, CEO of Prison Fellowship Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) President and CEO, Tami Heim, recently interviewed Prison Fellowship President and CEO James Ackerman. Prison Fellowship seeks to restore hope and share God’s redeeming grace with prisoners and their families around the world. Prior to becoming Prison Fellowship’s president and CEO in…

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Being Earnest By Sara Nagelvoort Marlin

The Importance of Being Earnest In Employee Reviews! By Sara Nagelvoort Marlin ~ It’s that time of year for annual performance reviews at my organization, and I’ve been reflecting on the importance of giving clear and timely feedback to those in our care as steward leaders. Effective leaders are those who actively hold team members…

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Supernatural Trust by Sara Nagelvoort Marlin

Supernatural Trust that Comes from Prayer is the Foundation for Steward Leadership By Sara Nagelvoort Marlin ~ My favorite Bible verse for as long as I can remember has been these very familiar words from the psalmist: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your…

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The Scope of a Steward Leader by Sara Nagelvoort Marlin

By Sara Nagelvoort Marlin Last year I joined a Christian ministry for the first time in my career, having spent more than twenty years in corporate marketing environments. Among my early observations was what seemed to be the “de rigueur” concept in Christian ministry:  steward leadership. Everyone was talking about it. Makes sense, I thought,…

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