Posts Tagged ‘The Outcomes Conference Global Digital Expeirence’

Working for God By Ron Frey

What is different about working for God? I recently read an article in the Wall Street Journal about people who are living a secret life by working remotely at two jobs. (August 14-15, 2021, Page B1) As the article says, “the money can be great, but it comes with a constant fear of getting caught.”…

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Thriving In Each Season of Life By Dr. Jerry White

Practical Steps for Thriving in Life and Leadership Throughout my life I have seen myself as one who simply kept working hard at whatever God put before me. Did I thrive? Did The Navigators thrive under my leadership? Yes. But at the time, it was not always apparent. There were times of struggle and challenge.…

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Are You Living in Freedom By Jim Stern

Are You Living in Freedom? Psalm 107 is one of many powerful psalms of deliverance and freedom. “Then they [the children of Israel] cried to the Lord in their trouble, and he saved them from their distress. He brought them out of darkness, the utter darkness, and broke away their chains. Let them give thanks…

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Asleep in the Storm By Jim Stern

What will you be doing in the midst of the storm? Jesus had spent the day teaching by the sea of Galilee. Eventually, it came time for Jesus and His twelve closest disciples to travel by boat to the other side of the sea so He could teach elsewhere. The biblical account in Mark 4…

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Stewarding Your Interpersonal Relationships By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

A Call to Steward Well Your Interpersonal Relationships For me, interpersonal relationships are both rewarding and challenging, especially as a steward leader. Creating strong collaborations. Fostering trust and unity. Becoming open and inviting and curious. All of this encompasses what I understand good leadership to be. Steward Leadership These are essentials. Moving beyond good leadership…

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Build Your Culture on Trust By Al Lopus

  Three Commitments to Create and Sustain Trust At Best Christian Workplace Institute (BCWI), we have found three commitments outlined in Robert Shaw’s book, Trust in the Balance, Lead with Character In order to earn organizational trust, the leadership needs to fulfill their obligations and commitments. Promises and good intentions are not enough; trust requires…

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Stewarding Family Relationships By Zenet Maramara

The Gift of Family Relationships All of a sudden, we find ourselves thrown together and experience different family dynamics at work. In this time of the Covid 19 quarantine, we are forced to stay with each at home. Some are learning how to relate anew with spouse, children, and other relatives. I like to offer…

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Love No Matter What (10 Ways) By David Sanford

How do you love no matter what? Have you ever winced upon learning that a board or staff member within your ministry is struggling? Even harder, does that individual appear to doubt some of what he or she used to believe about God, the Bible, Jesus Christ, the Church, and the Christian faith? If so,…

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Church Resource Showcase Friday

SHOWCASE FRIDAY: CHURCH RESOURCES Christian Leadership Alliance is back with another Friday Showcase featuring church resources!  Today we want to introduce three resources that we believe would be valuable for churches to know about. And many of these are valuable for nonprofits and schools as well! We encourage you to review each of them and…

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The Priority of Being Rich in God By Wes Willmer and Micah Hogan

How do we give priority to being rich toward God? It’s a bit of an understatement to say that COVID-19 has called our priorities and the priority into question. People all over the world have had to re-evaluate how they can best utilize a significantly decreased arsenal of time and resources. In times like ours…

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