Posts Tagged ‘The Outcomes Conference Digital Experience’

Vicarious Suffering By Alec Hill

Lessons in Vicarious Suffering ”I rejoice in what I am suffering for you, and I fill up in my flesh what is still lacking in regard to Christ’s afflictions, for the sake of his body, which is the church.” Writing from prison, the apostle Paul inked this statement and it has puzzled theologians for centuries.…

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Leadership as Worship By Larry Gadbaugh

What difference would it make if we viewed our calling in leadership as worship? Following Jesus in our stewardship as leaders includes helping those we lead and live as an act of worship. Jesus understood that his Father’s calling for him was to lead others to become true worshipers of God [Jn 4:23]. God calls…

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Influence and Being Known By Dr. Halee Gray Scott

The Influence of Future Generations and The Need to Be Known The influence of the Protestant church in America – even in the Southern states, the so-called Bible belt – is waning. Churches across the country are closing their doors, dying, or are being “adopted” by nearby larger churches. Parachurches, too, are struggling to ascertain…

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Know How You Process Information By Mark L. Vincent

Understand how you and others process information so you can live wide-awake! I’ve found it a worthwhile pursuit to learn how people process information, how they respond, and how they use or do not use that information to grow in wisdom. Learning style insights are being applied across many disciplines, and most especially among those…

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Discover What’s Key to Thriving By Christine Talbot

  Do you know what will be key to thriving in what’s coming next? Thriving in what is ahead of me is on my mind.  I’m sitting at my kitchen table working from home in month sixteen of our organization’s pandemic remote work plan. Our organization has decided to return to offices on a hybrid…

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Thriving with Breakthrough Innovation By Edgar Sandoval Sr.

Breakthrough Innovation is Critical As Christians, we experience the ultimate breakthrough when we surrender to Jesus. We can go only so far on our own; submitting to God’s will changes everything in our lives, opening possibilities we couldn’t previously reach. We are in a moment of unprecedented change and disruption. More than ever as leaders…

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The Proactive Path By Paul Swamidass

The Proactive Path to a Goal There is a proactive path that will glorify God and we see a vivid example in scripture. And behold, some men were bringing on a bed a man who was paralyzed, and they were seeking to bring him in [to the house] and lay him before Jesus, but finding…

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Can We Have The Conversation? By David Sanford

The Conversation We Need to Have – Together It’s time for us to have the conversation. It’s time for black and white to gather at the table, together.  Can we have a conversation just like Dietrich Bonhoeffer? Another Christian leader confided to me: “I almost feel powerless to do anything about racial justice…. What do…

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Unprecedented By Ed McDowell

Leadership in  Unprecedented Times We are living and leading in a very unique time with unprecedented challenges. The Challenges (1) A pandemic with life and death implications.  In a few short months this pandemic has completely altered the way we live and function. It is changing the way we functionally lead and serve. (2) A…

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Five Years of Patience By Mark L. Vincent

What does 5 years of patience require? The apostle James gives us an admonition folks seem to be fond of quoting during Pandemic Time: “Now listen to me, you that say, ’Today or tomorrow we will travel to a certain city, where we will stay a year and go into business and make a lot…

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