Monthly Archives: March 2016

Follow the Leader

When leaders and followers are working together, the organization can and will make a difference. Leaders and followers are like wings on an airplane or wheels on a bicycle, are both needed to accomplish the organization’s mission easily, efficiently, and effectively. … Continue reading

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Are You Speaking Correctly?

My college tennis coach was an unusual man. He had the looks of a Hollywood actor, a master’s degree in English, and many tennis trophies on his mantel. He once remarked: “You can tell a lot about the quality of … Continue reading

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Has Your Church Become Too Complex?

Simplicity is simply stated less is more. Albert Einstein said, “Out of complexity, find simplicity.” Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “To be simple is to be great.” So much of life has become so complex, crowded, and cluttered that people are … Continue reading

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Is Your Church Moving People?

A discipleship process is a strategic plan that moves people toward spiritual maturity. Paul outlined a process in Colossians 2:6-7, “So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in him, rooted and built up in … Continue reading

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Is Your Church Spirit-Directed?

Churches need to allow the Spirit of God to direct the church of God. When the church is spirit-directed it moves from powerlessness to power. It moves from ineffectiveness to effectiveness. It moves from going through the motions to seeing … Continue reading

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God is original. Is your church?

God may not duplicate a method to accomplish his will and his purpose through his church. You will notice in scripture that God rarely accomplished his purpose in the same way. For example, when the children of Israel left Egypt … Continue reading

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