Posts Tagged ‘The Outcome Conference’

Shifting the Weight of Leadership By Larry Gadbaugh

Are you ready to shift the weight of Leadership? We have all felt the added weight of leadership in this extraordinary season.   More than ever the people we serve are in greater need of wise, caring, and courageous direction and support. We have been called as leaders to advance our God-given mission to represent…

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Practical Advice for Leaders By Bob Lonac

  Be on Guard PLUS More Practical Advice for Leaders!   In our daily reading, Kathleen and I came across a powerful verse with practical advice: “Now be on your guard for yourselves and for every flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you guardians.” (Acts 20:28, JB Phillips) This is some of the…

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5 Ways to Improve Your Fundraising Strategy By Shelley Cochrane

5 Improvements to Your 2021 Fundraising Strategy A new year presents the opportunity to put fresh eyes on how well you’re engaging your donors and connecting them to the impact their gifts are making. Take a moment to evaluate these five areas to strengthen the bond with your donors. (1) LOOK BACK Look at your…

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The Value of Intentional Preparation By Shannon Litton

  Strategy Starts with Intentional Preparation Intentional preparation is key to carving out a strategic plan to yield measurable results Once you know where you’re headed as a ministry leadership team, it is just as important to know how to get there. But, what’s next? We believe the first step is to ask the right…

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The Stuff and Soul Connection By Wes Willmer and Micah Hogan

There’s a Critical Connection Between Stuff and Soul Did you ever think there was a connection between the stuff in your life and your eternal soul? Have you ever wondered why the Bible has more verses on possessions than on any other topic? Have you ever wondered what it means to be faithful and obey…

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Gratitude by Jon Lewis

  Do you have an attitude of gratitude?   Sometimes it is challenging to find and keep an attitude of gratitude. Right after Christmas, my wife broke her leg in a skiing accident. Thanks to a novice snowboarder who ran into her on our first run down the mountain, my wife found herself with a…

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Enough Time By R. Scott Rodin

The Tyranny of Time Remember the last time you faced a day with back-to-back meetings, and then someone cancelled? It was as if you were given a gift of an hour, a precious 60 minute oasis in the middle of the fast moving stream of life. Perhaps you paused to consider the things you could…

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Contact Center Turnover By Sarah Hall

Techniques for Contact Centers to Reduce High Turnovers Staff turnover is one of the biggest problems that contact centers face today. It has a huge impact on the costs and the quality of service. According to the 2016 US Contact Center Decision Makers’ Guide from ContactBabel.com – the Average annual turnover rate for a customer service representative (CSR) was…

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Offering Hope to Refugees By Ken Isaacs

Samaritan’s Purse offers hope to refugees. By Ken Isaacs ~ Of Mahmod’s 37 extended family members, ISIS is still holding 23 of them —including his wife and six of his seven children. He was able to buy one of them back for $35,000, but he didn’t have enough money to purchase any others. His eyes…

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Christian Change Makers by Shannon Litton

By Shannon Litton ~ As Christian change makers, you’re all about making and doing – it is in your name, by definition, and in your DNA. You make things happen – a lot of things, all year long. The daily role you play to elevate your mission, reach your goals and gain momentum is all…

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