Posts Tagged ‘Wesley K. Wilmer’

Motivated By God’s Rewards By Wesley K. Willmer and Micah Hogan

How do we become motivated by God’s rewards, not the world’s? Nowadays everyone has a rewards program. Everything from credit cards to sandwich shops to airlines use reward programs to encourage customer loyalty and to incentivize business. This only makes sense because, like it or not, we’re all motivated by rewards. If you think about…

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The Pastor and The Kingdom Path by Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D.

by Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D. In The Choice: The Christ-Centered Pursuit of Kingdom Outcomes, Scott Rodin, Wes Willmer, and I announce that we are praying for a great awakening today in the church and the parachurch. Specifically related to pastors, we are exhorting them to abandon cultural definitions of success. These are often reported in…

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A Reflection on Steward Leadership

Today’s post is by Cate Given is the Director of Human Resources for Joni and Friends International Disability Center and a participant in Christian Leadership Alliance’s “Credentialed Christian Nonprofit Leader” CCNL program. This fall she participated in the CCNL1 – Leadership session at the CLA Online Academy. Below is an excerpt from one of her reflection assignments…

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Outcomes, Time, and The Choice

by Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D. Recently, my CLA 2015 Outcomes Conference brochure arrived in the mail. It’s time to register. The theme for the 2015 gathering is “Time”. Upon learning that, my mind raced to a favorite movie quote from Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring and instructions the Apostle Paul gave…

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The Choice

Today is the first day of the 2014 CLA National Conference in Dallas. The theme of this year’s conference is Kingdom Outcomes.  Each year, CLA selects one book that captures the spirit of the theme. The conference book of the year for 2014 is, The Choice: The Christ-Centered Pursuit of Kingdom Outcomes  (ECFA Press 2014) By Gary…

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3 Core Characteristics of Kingdom Outcomes

Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D., R. Scott Rodin, Ph.D., & Wesley K. Willmer, Ph.D. We propose that kingdom outcomes have three characteristics: Kingdom Outcomes are the Byproduct of Obedience to the Holy Spirit Kingdom outcomes are the result of submission to the leading of the Holy Spirit. In Galatians 5:22-23, Paul reminds us that it is the Spirit…

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