6 Ways to Teach Your Kids the Bible by Jon Nielson
As a parent, there aren’t many other things more important for our children than regular exposure to the living Word of God. Jon Nielson shares his conviction in this area. He understands life is busy and we are constantly competing with technology, but here are 6 tips he has found helpful in gaining a rhythm for Bible reading in his home.
I’m a father of three young kids. I can’t think of many things more important for them than regular exposure to the living Word of God. If you’re a Christian parent of young children, I assume you share the same conviction: Your kids need to hear from God, and you long for them to listen carefully to his good Word.
Go Ahead Leaders, Take That Vacation by Michael Hyatt
Michael Hyatt shares how and why you should consider getting away for a bit. He says “vacations are vital for rejuvenation, especially for high-achievers.” Don’t know how to get time away or what to do with your time? Take a look at these 7 strategies for how you can best plan and enjoy your vacation. Then, start planning!
The days are getting shorter again, but it’s not too late to take a few days off before the end of summer. August is often the perfect month to take some time away from work.
6 Questions You Should Be Asking Those You Lead by Eric Geiger
Have you checked in with your team recently? Do you even know what to ask them? Eric Geiger gives 6 great questions leaders should be asking to gain insight to how they are leading, how their team is functioning under that leadership and what their team needs to move forward.
Great leaders ask great questions. Great leaders ask questions to learn but also to encourage those they lead to think strategically. Below are six questions leaders should be asking those they lead. They may not show up in a meeting agenda or on a questionnaire, but wise leaders are continually asking those they lead these types of questions.
3 Ways God Delivers You When You’re Sick, Scared, or Stuck by Jennifer Rothschild
God promises He will deliver us. So… how is that promise working out for you? Have you asked God to deliver you, but still find yourself sick or sad or scared or stuck? Jennifer Rothschild shows us 3 ways God delivers you.
God promises He will deliver us. So… how is that promise working out for you? Have you asked God to deliver you, but still find yourself sick or sad or scared or stuck? If He is our Deliverer, why isn’t He delivering on His promise?
How Coachable Are You? 5 Quick Ways to Improve by Joseph Folkman
Most organizations agree that coaching is important, but they do virtually nothing to make employees more receptive to coaching. Many develop blind spots, not realizing the seriousness of an underlying performance issue. Here are some specific suggestions for conveying to others your receptiveness to coaching and to practice being more coachable.
Most organizations agree that coaching is important, but they do virtually nothing to make employees more receptive to coaching. Moreover, misperceptions about how someone will respond to coaching shuts down a lot of valuable conversations before they’ve even begun. People working in these companies pay a high price. Many develop blind spots, not realizing the seriousness of an underlying performance issue. Keeping up a personal practice of being coachable allows you to stay in touch with your impact on others.