How to Have Your Best Interview Ever by Art Rainer
Never interview again without these great tips from Art Rainer! Whether you are the interviewer or the interviewee, these will help you go into an interview with confidence. These tips show you how to prepare for, dress for and how to present yourself during the interview. Read to the final tip to see how you can make yourself “stand out”.
It feels terrible to walk out of an interview, knowing you did not do your best. And that you probably would not get the job. If you could press the reset button on it, you would. But there is no reset button. When it comes to interviewing, you typically get one shot to gain the interest of the interviewee.
Leading Well: 3 Ways to Be Obedient by Kelly King
It doesn’t matter if you are leading one, ten or a thousand; we all seek to grow as leaders. We have an opportunity to embrace our positions of leadership like women in the bible that impacted their families, communities and the course of history and eternity. Kelly King helps us to recognize our positions of leadership and how to be obedient in the purpose God has for our lives.
Are you a woman who leads? Maybe you don’t see yourself as a leader, but God has you leading someone right where you are. Maybe it’s your kids, your friends, or the teenager next door. Maybe it’s a Women’s Ministry, a team at work, or a small group. This series—led by our women’s ministry specialist Kelly King—will help you no matter where you lead, and whether you’re leading one or one thousand.
8 Habits of Healthy Spiritual Leaders by Matt Brown
Where are you at spiritually? This question gets asked every day and the answers vary from person to person, leader to leader. In this post, Matt Brown brings to light 8 different habits every spiritual leader should attain to. We, as spiritual leaders, are to be eager to grow into all that God has called us to be.
God calls, prepares and empowers spiritual leaders to lead His Church. Spiritual leadership is not a job for everybody. While every Christian is called to follow Christ wholeheartedly, and make an impact on the world around them – some are called to equip the Body of Christ as spiritual leaders.
How Introverts and Extroverts Can Get Along by Michael Hyatt
In this truthful and very insightful post by Michael Hyatt we learn 3 things we all need to know to get along with the opposite of who we are. Referencing the book “Quiet”, written by Susan Cain, we learn that: …the introvert-extrovert dynamic “influences our choice of friends and mates, and how we make conversation, resolve differences, and show love. It affects the careers we choose and whether or not we succeed at them.”
Sometimes I think that introverts and extroverts are from different planets, and I am not alone in picturing it that way. Quiet Revolution co-founder Susan Cain calls the distance from introversion to extroversion the “single most important aspect of personality.” One leading scientist calls it the “north and south of temperament.”
Retirement Homes and Caring for Aging Parents by John Piper
Have you ever wondered what the Bible has to offer about caring for your aging parents? Even though these details are not specifically addressed in the Bible, John Piper points out scriptures that may help answer your questions: 1. Are we servants or are we selfish? 2. Are we ready to sacrifice and trust God with the joy to meet every need?
Retirement homes and assisted living are big issues facing families. Today’s question comes to us anonymously, as do many of our questions. “Dear Pastor John, what does the Bible say about retirement homes? Don’t we as children have the responsibility to directly look after and provide for our parents in old age? How do retirement homes fit, or not fit, into this calling?”