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Fully Known, Part 3

Samuel There was a young boy by the name of Samuel. Samuel was smart, athletic, and he had a mysterious curiosity. From the outside, Samuel looked like every other boy, but this wasn’t the real Samuel. Samuel’s mom and dad had divorced when he was eight, and now his mom is married to a man… Continue reading Fully Known, Part 3

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Fully Known, Part 1

I live under the premise that we all want to be heard and understood by others and even by God. This need leads us to be fully known and we have a strong longing for that. To be fully known is to have Someone on your side that you can talk to, gain wisdom from,… Continue reading Fully Known, Part 1

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6 Ways Christians Should Respond to Cultural Opposition

#1 Spirit Empowered Confidence  The feeling conviction and belief that we can rely on Jesus no matter what. We have to have a growing knowledge and experience that this is true. “There is only one God, and Christ Jesus is the only one who can bring us to God.” 1 Timothy 2:5 “Such confidence as… Continue reading 6 Ways Christians Should Respond to Cultural Opposition

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Fueling Momentum

1. Challenge- Challenge processes, NOT people. Synergy dies when personal attacks occur. The vision or bottom line needs to be the focal point even if the indifference is founded. Disagreement on how a system, strategy or plan is operating is NOT the end of the world, but challenging people could be the killer of the… Continue reading Fueling Momentum

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5 Things to Improve a Leader’s Communication

1. Leverage humor to make the point, not to be the point. Rookie mistake. We have all made this one trying to draw closer to our audience or employees. We all want to be likable, but likeability has to take a back seat to content. A question to ask yourself: Did they walk away with… Continue reading 5 Things to Improve a Leader’s Communication

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5 Things for Every Leaders Arsenal

1. People are more important- People in your organization are more important than the mission you are accomplishing. If you want a team that is strong and can face challenges, give them priority. 2. Mistakes are NOT fatal, but your response to them could prove to be. 3. You cannot scold if they haven't been… Continue reading 5 Things for Every Leaders Arsenal