What Leaders Can Learn From The Greatest Showman By Kelly King
The soundtrack from movie, The Greatest Showman, is a current favorite on my Spotify playlist. I find myself humming the melodies and thinking about the movie that has captured audiences’ hearts in the last couple of months. There have even been times I’ve wanted to dance in my office or swing on a trapeze when listening to the music—neither of which are in my wheelhouse of expertise and would be humorous at best.
Copier Codes, Adulterous Women, And Musicians Who Smoke By Jason Isaacs
I worked at a church one time that required a code to make copies because some students had snuck into the office and made copies of their butts. I was the youth pastor.
Meetings can be used to develop the culture of the team, or they can be used to deteriorate the culture of the team. Meetings can be used to develop people, or they can be used to demoralize people. There really is no such thing as neutral meetings. They either develop or deteriorate. Here are five characteristics of meetings that develop:
What Deuteronomy 6 Teaches Us About Parenting By Tiffany Francis
As adults, we all know a thing or two about having busy lives full of distractions—distractions that sometimes make it hard to stay focused on what is most important. But, serving with kids can be very humbling. They so naturally ask questions that get right to the heart of a matter. Sadly, it seems that we lose a bit of that inclination as we get older. We have so many responsibilities that the most important thing—loving God with all that we are—can get out of focus. So how can we parent children to maintain that focus on God even as they mature and grow into adulthood?
12 Ways to Build Staff Morale By Dan Reiland
Why is it that some church teams stick together like brothers and sisters even under adversity? Their attendance may be stuck, perhaps few baptisms are taking place, and the offerings remain under budget, but the morale is still strong. They stay on mission, press forward, and genuinely enjoy being with each other. Their morale is high.