Churches should be careful when people leave not to focus on the bad or what they think to be bad but what God did through those people
Your organization is at it’s most vulnerable during times of transition. Three ways to minimize the risk.
“Some people will change when they see the light. Others change only when they feel the heat.”
We don’t face the threats and uncertainty of tomorrow alone we have behind us the power of Almighty God.
When considering any change, you want to be prepared for the opposition, even flat out hostility and insurrection.
to help shape the next chapter in your organization you need to focus on the right outcomes.
When people desire to undertake a major change in their lives, you need three key ingredients.
Why is change so hard for us to adapt to?
We are not building a legacy for ourselves, but a house for generations to come.
In a magazine for pastors [Pulpit Helps, August 1997] one fellow had written one of those “you know you’re in trouble when …” types of lists. This one is, of course, addressed to preachers and is called “So Long, Pastor You Know It’s…
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