Tag: Motivator

How to Avoid the Summer Slump for Your Church

NOTE:  It may or may not be summer when you read this blog.  But you get the drift.  Any time of year, you could have a slump. So read this “Summer Slump” blog as an “Anytime Slump” blog and you’ll be good to go:-)!) Click here to join the Church Marketing Bootcamp This summer does…

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9 Essentials for Endless Possibilities

Ever entered a new season?  Maybe it’s the start to the calendar year or maybe it’s September or maybe it’s just something new in your life. If you’re like me I am so pumped for what new seasons have in store for you and for me. I’m almost beside myself! There are times in every…

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How to Cultivate Generosity in the Church

People Want To Be Generous! My wife and I watched a 12-year old BBC television series called Monarch of the Glen not long ago. It’s a lightweight, fun program with all sorts of interesting dramatic twists and turns. A number of episodes into the series, a 30-something female banker has come on the scene to…

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6 Tips to Maximize Your Church’s Impact

(NOTE:  This is a blog on improving your church’s impact written with Easter in mind.  Read it with whatever event or occasion you have in front of you and you’ll be good to go. Applicable in all seasons!) Easter is coming soon! Easter Sunday for many churches is the most attended Sunday of the year….

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4 Tips for Recruiting Volunteers

  What could your ministry be like if you had more people? That’s a question many pastors and church leaders ask… … so today on the Leaders.Church video blog we want to briefly share with you 4 Tips for Recruiting Volunteers. These four items alone will help you see more people in ministry — and…

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Two Questions About the Impossible

Sports history was made the day before I was born. That’s right. On May 6, 1954 that which was previously thought physically impossible happened. The place? Iffley Road Track in Oxford, England. The event? The mile run. The person? Roger Bannister. For years mile runners had pushed the times downward in their pursuit of the…

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