12 characteristics of an “all in” leader
I want leaders on my team who are “all in.” Coaches want players who are “all in” on their teams. Every organization out there wants employees and team members who are “all in.”
Brad Lomenick, leader of Catalyst, offers a description of what it means to be a totally invested leader.Source: BradLomenick.com
5 reasons we don’t evangelize
Many Christians do not live like fishers of men. Not many people ask us about the hope that we have in Christ, and when they do we’re not really ready to give an answer. Evangelical churches talk a lot about evangelism, but according to popular surveys and anecdotal impressions most church members don’t share their faith very often.
Michael McKinley shares the reasoning behind why Christians are not making evangelism part of their everyday lives.Source: 9Marks
Is your church website ready for the mobile explosion?
We hear that mobile is “on the rise,” but I think we’d be better off saying… mobile is exploding! As we enter into this tremendous growth period, what are you doing to optimize your website for mobile?
Bob Hutchins provides you with six ideas to think through as you look to build a mobile-friendly site.
7 ways to tame your email inbox
By design, my inbox has essentially become the central hub of my workflow—it’s the way I routinely communicate and exchange information with our 4,300+ employees operating in 26 cities around the world. That’s not to say I’ve always been a fan of email, or that I haven’t had my own Sisyphean inbox experiences. However, over the years I’ve developed several practical guidelines that have enabled me to manage my inbox effectively and ensure it’s not managing me.
Jeff Wiener, CEO of LinkedIn, gives seven tips for managing your email.Source: LifeHacker
Forgiveness is not an isolated action; it is a continuous attitude. #SetFree
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“The highest and best use of words is to communicate the message and power of God’s love for sinners.” http://t.co/HNH6BWJaip
— Shai Linne (@ShaiLinne) August 8, 2013
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