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Good leaders are able to not only tell a good story, they are able to involve their audience in it. Your audience should be a part of the story, and play an active role as the story unfolds.
Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
Every church goes through plateaus—times when your church simply doesn’t grow. It’s natural and normal.
There are some indicators that a shift in the language you use for your church might be required. Here are ten signs it’s time to stop calling yourself a church plant.
Is the brand you’re promoting what your audience actually experiences? The answer is found in the space between what you profess and what you practice.
As the church begins to utilize social technologies, the youngest generation may already be moving on from social networks to much more personal means of communicating, especially texting.
Based on the first master tool of the Younique Personal Vision Journey, the Clarity Spiral eBook provides an overview of the 4 break-thru practices to find your one thing in life.
Achieving peak performance in life requires asking and answering three crucial questions at three of life’s major crossroads: the quarterlife, midlife and three-quarterlife “crises.” Use these prescriptions for each one.
Every day God draws the curtain and you’re on center stage of this thing called your life… In any hour of your day, a door may open for a simple act that was prepared from before time began: speaking, deciding, touching, or building.
The secret to creating a simple yet powerful life plan is to have the right kind of goals at the right amount of time in the future.
Becoming gospel-centered doesn’t mean becoming less human, but more human. It doesn’t mean making fewer decisions about your life. It means making more decisions the right way.
Stories have tremendous power. They can persuade, promote empathy, and provoke action. Better than any other communication tool, stories explain who you are, what you want…and why it matters.
If we make it feel like we love people, we planned for them, and we cannot wait for them to come back, people hostile to the gospel will eventually take hold.
Most leaders are good at showing appreciation to their team for the work they do, but if you want to increase a spirit of gratitude, it will take more than a simple acknowledgement of a job well done.
Communication and creative work is only as good as the strategy that drives it.
We can make disciples without adding an extra hundred or two hundred or one thousand events to the church calendar.
The real challenge we face is how to transform the imagination of our leaders for them to see it’s not about getting their churches filled; it’s about joining with what God is doing in the world.
Here’s a a practical framework to help you build a culture in which both staff and volunteers thrive.
Effective church communication is a wonderful, enjoyable product but you need to assess the complicated parts before setting out to accomplish the overall task.
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