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Audit Lessons from Ezra By Gary G. Hoag

A Biblical Perspective on Your Financial Audit Does your church or ministry engage an independent financial audit? Churches and ministries that do this best practice in the USA and abroad tend to build trust and raise more money. The possibility of greater giving motivates many to do this extra work. But I want to suggest…

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Knowing and Nurturing Next Generation Leaders By Zándra Bishop

What investment are you making now in the next generation? Do you know the next generation of leaders within your organization? This critical question allows you to proactively maintain strategic conversations that identify, develop, and empower the next generation of leaders with confidence. As this difficult but necessary transition occurs over time, it is the…

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The Challenge We Share By R. Scott Rodin

The Common Challenge of Every Leader It may seem presumptuous to propose that there is one challenge to leadership that is so universally experienced that it is consistently at the top of the list of reasons leaders struggle and fail. But a recent experience has moved me deeply and convinced me that there may be…

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Develop a Persuasive Case By Ron Haas

Learn the Process of Developing a Persuasive Case “My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom, but on God’s power.” ~ I Cor. 2:4-8 Have you ever agonized over finding just the right persuasive…

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Rejoice in The Gift of Freedom!

Time to Celebrate All The Ways We Experience the Gift of Freedom On this July 4th holiday in America, we celebrate Independence Day and the extraordinary privilege of living of a place where freedom is constantly evaluated and defended. We give thanks to God to all those who dedicate their lives to keep this country…

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Wonder By Alec Hill

We all need wonder in our lives. Wonder makes us gasp, causing us to say, “oh my.” It may be experienced while walking on a shoreline, watching a newborn enter the world, or listening to incredible music.   As ministry leaders, we sense wonder when our mission is fleshed out before our eyes. This may…

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A Global Event to Equip and Unite Leaders – Everywhere

The Outcomes Conference Global Digital Experience 2021 We praise God for the uncharted territories he called Christian Leadership Alliance to in 2020. We learned how the most challenging times are when the seemingly impossible becomes possible! The Miracle of Possible In mid-March 2020 Covid-19 forced us to change the way in which we conducted our…

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Don’t Make it Complex By Dr. Bob Snyder

Why do we make following Jesus complex? Sometimes I make following Jesus more complex than necessary.  The Apostle Peter suggested that it involves a proactive positive step and a proactive boundary-setting. So you must live as God’s obedient children. Don’t slip back into your old ways of living to satisfy your own desires. You didn’t…

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Our Ultimate Source for Resources By Kim Triller

 The Importance of the Knowing the Source for all Resources The founders of the Christian non-profit organization, in which I serve, realized 40 years ago three key truths about resources: The work of a Gospel sharing non-profit had to have God as the first and premiere resource for all that it would need. It should…

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Stewarding What’s Broke By Scott Rodin

Stewarding What’s Broke in Times of Chaos   There is an old adage that says, “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it.” I would encourage leaders of Christian nonprofits to consider a different version of that saying, “If it’s broke, don’t fix it.” What do I mean by that? In working with a large number…

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