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Our Hebrews 10 opportunity

In the liminal state that is COVID-19, Hebrews 10:24-25 are oft-cited verses that have been interpreted differently by different pastors and leaders. Does not giving up “meeting together” imply that we must meet together physically, come what might? Or does it allow for meeting virtually, through use of technology? And how do we understand what it means to “spur one another on” …

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Learning to be less anxious

Can we actually LEARN to be less anxious? Thankfully, the answer is yes! And learning to BE less anxious is critically important when living and leading in the liminal state when we find ourselves in a new normal that continues to unfold and will eventually lead to something altogether different. In today’s video, Scott Lokers brings insight into this important …

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The Liminal Season

This video begins a nine-part series called “Leading in the Liminal State.” To start the series, Leadership Development and Systems Catalyst John Messer helps us to consider how to lead through a “liminal season” in a new and vital way. Watch the video to learn more!

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Multi-Tiered Budgeting (2Q’2019)

Even as we actively pray and plan for an exciting and impactful future, we believe that now is an ideal time to resurface some of our favorite Whiteboard videos. “From the Archives“ is a 16-week series that pulls one video from each quarter of our library. We started with a video from the third quarter of 2016, and we’ll conclude …

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Utilizing Block Scheduling – Whiteboard Wednesday Season 10: Episode 10

Most people equate workload with how many hours we work per week. But what if we planned and managed our workload by utilizing block scheduling, in which we consider our mornings, afternoons, and evenings as blocks of time? On today’s whiteboard video, Scott Lokers explains the approach, and how it can have a positive impact on your work and quality …