Posts Tagged ‘Story’

Get Your Story Straight By Mark L. Vincent

Institutional Memory and How to Get your Story Straight Institutional memory and story are the subject of this blog post. Just a few years in a leadership role pushes a leader into multiple moments when someone says, “I don’t subscribe to our organizational values the way they’re expressed.”  Or, they say “I wasn’t here when…

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The Story that Connects by Jamie Janosz and Pete Distler

Telling the Old, Old Story in a Digital World Today, you have an important story to tell. Yet, when confronted with media clutter and useless digital meandering on mobile devices, you may ask, “How can our story, God’s story, connect with those who need to hear it most?” While some fundraisers and marketers are tasked…

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Your Story Matters By Kimberly Holmes Wiggins

Use every opportunity to share your story. We all have a story to be told. Mine changed dramatically on April 16, 2016. You see, I can never get those lights out of head, nor that one sentence: “Ma’am, we hate to inform you that your husband is deceased.” The trooper said it like I had…

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Sharing the Story: An interview with Joel Dillon

Those whom you serve tell your story best. As president and CEO of Jill’s House, Joel Dillon believes in the power of story. He seeks ways to share the story of Christ with the families he serves and to share their stories with the world. In this excerpt from the 2017 Summer edition of Outcomes…

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Tell Your Story By Denise Kuhn

By Denise Kuhn How do you find new givers? Begin a relationship with a potential giver? Motivate a giver to give for the first time? Keep them giving? Ask a giver to increase their giving? The answer is to tell your story well. Don’t assume that people get it. Don’t assume your board members and…

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4 Metrics for Ministry in the Workplace by Jeff Jones

By Jeff Jones Maybe you have heard a colleague say something like:  “This isn’t the place for my spiritual growth; that’s for my church life.” While I understand this argument, I believe it is shortsighted. The ministry workplace also has a role in spiritual development. We are called to be Christ-centered communities. Any other approach…

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