5 Questions You Need To Keep Asking Your Team By Jeremy Isaacs
In a recent survey reported in Forbes magazine, staff members and subordinates were asked what they wished their boss would do better. The number one answer by far: “Communicate with me.” To be fair, I bet those leaders are communicating with their team members; they just aren’t talking about the right things.
How to Set Goals You Can Achieve By Keith Webb
Setting goals is easy. Accomplishing them is difficult. Achieving your goals begins with creating goals that are achievable. Here are 5 ways to set goals that you can achieve.
A Shame-Free Approach to Starting a Family Devotional and Worship Time By Christi Straub
Have you ever tried to begin regular family devotions only to see them go by the wayside within a week? We know all too well what happens. We have great intentions. We get our Bibles, kid’s devotionals, set a time, and by day three we can’t even get everybody together, let alone get them to pay attention.
Parents, don’t take the biblical proverb “train up a child” and treat it like a promise, assuming that if you do everything right in your parenting, your children will turn out right. Proverbs are general truths, not specific promises. Besides, when we consider the overall context of the Bible, we see how counterproductive it is to try to train our kids to trust in God if what we model for them is that we trust in our training.
Leading from Your Story, Even When It’s Hard to Tell By Eric Geiger and guest blogger Jamie Ivey
Everyone has moments in their past that they aren’t proud of, whether they are leaders or followers, young or old. We see it throughout Scripture. Even the most heroic of characters pursue sin that leads to a path of destruction from time to time, and we know because of the truth of Scripture that only Jesus avoided the failure that our human folly brings.