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Annual Performance Evaluation. Nobody likes going to them and nobody likes doing them. A total waste of time. Basically what you are doing is you are collecting all the things…

  • The Ultimate Reluctant Leader

    Guest Leader: Beau Adams

    I consider myself to be the ultimate reluctant leader. Reluctant leader? Yes, I am always, time and time again, when God calls me to do something, I question God. I say, “who me, are You serious? Are You sure You have got the right person for the job?” Maybe you are like that too, maybe you too are a reluctant leader. Maybe you continue to throw up excuses to question God in what He has called you to do. Maybe you procrastinate. Maybe you put things off, just like me. Here is my challenge to you.

  • Gideon: Mighty Man of Valor

    Guest Leader: Sheryl Brady

    When God called Gideon he was hiding in the winepress threshing wheat, wrestling with fear, looking at his circumstances and feeling quite like a coward. In that most unlikely moment, in that most unlikely place, God walks in and calls him a mighty man of valor. To Gideon that sounded like sarcasm maybe more than anything else, because Gideon was hiding at that very moment. Watch the video to see why God said that.

  • Building Programs

    Guest Leader: Mike Robertson

    I have been in building programs all my ministerial life and always realize that one thing happens when you start building. A lot of people get up and leave because they don’t want to be part of the process. One thing those people underestimate is what you learn in a building program. There is a difference with people that stayed and sacrificed and those that have left. Those that stayed all have testimonies of things that happened because of the sacrifice they made. Those that left don’t have a testimony simply because they left a growing environment.

  • How Vision Works

    Guest Leader: Bil Cornelius

    If you were to add on to or build a building, the first thing you would do is to hire an architect and have him draw up plans. In the same way, when it comes to the vision for your ministry, you start with plans. Don’t say it is all in my head, write it down on paper like it says in Habakkuk. The next step is to count the cost, let me go into more detail about that.

  • Failure, Success and Hope

    Guest Leader: Benson Karanja

    Failure, Success, and Hope. These are the things we all have to face one time in leadership. Dr. Chand wrote a book  “Failure, the Womb of Success” and how true that is. I found that in my life no matter how prepared you are or how much you have prayed, you will fail sometimes. Often many of us leaders get depressed and stressed and take it out on other people. It is all part of your training. Let me share some more.

  • I didn't make the list

    Guest Leader: Lisa Bevere

    One morning while drinking my coffee I noticed a common thread on my twitter feed. A lot of my friends, people that I love, people that I do life with, they were all thanking this one individual for putting them on a particular list. I couldn’t wait and I looked at the list because I was desperately hoping to be on this list. When I began to look at this list and when you have the last name that starts with a “B” I quickly realized that I wasn’t on the list. Watch this video to find out what I did next.

  • Dismantling before Breakthrough

    Guest Leader: Sam Monk

    A few years ago I bought a trampoline for my daughters and in the assembly of it I put it together wrong. Not once, not twice but three times I had to dismantle it before it looked right before it functioned as it should. So often in life we hit ceilings and we hit walls because we have constructed something wrong and we just try to move ahead. But I found that breakthrough actually happens when you are prepared to dismantle something when you are prepared to break it down.

  • Plateaus - Moving from where you are to where you want to be.

    Guest Leader: Mike Kai

    Have you ever been stuck in life? Have you ever felt like you’ve hit a ceiling? I know it happens quite often in my life. What ever it is in life, if you are in the ministry or business or marketplace. Every person at some point in their life is going to hit a plateau. Don’t deceive yourself into thinking that all the people that have made it so big in this world had nothing but a catapult to success from ground zero to all the way where they are with no bumps in between. It just doesn’t happen.

  • Organizational Clarity

    Guest Leader: Kevin Gerald

    Sometimes my wife and I will be in a conversation and then just a day later, or a few days later, we’ll refer back to that conversation. We will have interpreted what we said or what the other person said completely differently. This happens all the time, in all of our relationships. So I want to encourage you to continue to press towards clarity. Write it clear, think it clear, say it clear.

  • The Core Beliefs System

    Guest Leader: Joseph Ripley

    It is important to encourage leaders to keep their operating systems updated. I’m not talking about your IOS or Android platform systems, I’m talking about your own personal core beliefs system. The system in which you keep your beliefs, values and personal convictions. This is very important because as we live  through contemporary society and culture. That culture has the potential to impact our own core beliefs and values.

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