A healthy organization is one that maintains a cohesive leadership team, establishes clarity about what it stands for, communicates that clarity repetitively, and puts in place processes and systems to reinforce that clarity over time.
Here’s the problem with shotgun jokes and applications posted on the fridge: to anyone paying attention, they announce that you fully expect your daughter to have poor judgment. Be assured that your daughter is paying attention. And don’t be shocked if she meets your expectation. You might want to worry less about terrorizing or retro-fitting prospective suitors and worry more about preparing your daughter to choose wisely. And that means building a wall. Instead of intimidating all your daughter’s potential suitors, raise a daughter who intimidates them just fine on her own.
Pastors are thus expected to “run the race” constantly. But how can a pastor keep the pace in this marathon of ministry without burning out? How can a pastor remain productive with such demands? Allow me to offer ten tips to becoming a more productive pastor.
OK GO new song (Always blown away by the creativity of this band and this is incredible)
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We have 2 services at Revolution for a variety of reasons: wanting to give options to people, having more room for guests in the service and in Planet Rev, allowing our volunteers in Planet Rev to attend a service and to allow kids and students to attend a service.
It can be hard to bring kids into the service, to transition them, but it is crucial. I believe that you should bring your kids into the worship service with you as soon as possible. But, the question of how can be difficult.
Jen Wilkin, a member at the Village Church in Dallas, Texas, writes a great blog on raising children to worship God. Here are a few posts that we recommend to parents with young children: