Posts Tagged ‘time’

The Investment of Time By Scott Rodin

An Eternal Perspective on Time Invested As we use these last days of 2021 to look back on how we invested our time in 2021 and look ahead to all that the new year might bring, I want to encourage us to assess our lives, our work, and our moment in history from an eternal…

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An Unhurried Cup of Coffee By Dr. Bob Snyder

  Will you have an unhurried cup today? I asked a man from Germany what he missed most while living in the United States. He replied, “I miss sitting unhurried at a café and drinking coffee with friends. Now I get my coffee at a convenience store rushing to my next appointment.” He knew that…

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While There is Time By Ed McDowell

What will you do while there is time? That is why the Lord says, “Turn to me now, while there is time. Give me your hearts. Come with fasting, weeping, and mourning. (Joel 2:12 NLT) What are some of the common statements about time that we experience? Here are a few that get used often…

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Time Orientation By Mark L. Vincent

Time Orientation – A Steward Leader Reflection Time orientation is one of those surprises that creeps up when groups have decisions to make and find that although they seem to be having the same conversation, they are not. Case in point: An instruction manual needs to be developed for a new consumer/client product. Can’t you just hear…

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5 Ways to Focus Board Meetings By Randy Bronkema

5 Ways to Change the Focus of Your Board Meetings You can begin to change the focus your board meeting and achieve great and meaningful work by focusing on five key priorities. Mission First Every time you meet, review the mission and make this a focus. Ensure that your organization has a clear view of…

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Our “Come to Jesus” Moment By Scott Rodin

Is This Our ‘Come to Jesus’ Moment? Yesterday the Christian Post reported that “more than 60% of American believers of all faiths feel that the novel coronavirus pandemic is a sign that God is telling humanity in this moment to change how it is living.” It stated further that, “thirty-one percent of Americans who believe…

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The Time That Dominates By Scott Rodin

Which Kind of Time Dominates Your Life and Leadership? One of the most challenging topics to study in science, philosophy, and theology is the idea of time. One helpful teaching for me has been the distinction between chronos and kairos time. TWO TYPES Chronos refers to the twenty-four hours in a day that is given…

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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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Momentum: The Force

MOMENTUM: The force that allows something to continue or to grow stronger or faster as time passes For Christian leaders, these are times of both unique challenge and powerful opportunity. But in the midst of the challenges, God is moving hearts. The gospel is bearing fruit. Physical needs are being met. Lives are being changed.…

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Return on Time By Rick Dunham

Have you ever evaluated your return on time? By Rick Dunham ~ I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the obsession many organizations and leaders have with ROI, as I think there is another measurement that is actually more important. This is not to dismiss the importance of ROI in any way, but rather to…

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