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How to Have Meetings That Matter *team blog Feb 08, 2022

Meetings...

I know.

That might sound like a SNOOZER of a topic. But, watch— or read— on. I promise. You’ll realize, within the next five minutes, how meetings can become a...

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Upgrade (Sermon) (coach) mike ash sermon of the week Feb 07, 2022

We upgrade everything in our lives— our homes, our cars, our gadgets.

But, what about ourselves?

Usually, when we “upgrade” a thing, we replace the old with a newer, cleaner...

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Five Tendencies That Sabotage Our Team Building *team blog Feb 01, 2022

Years ago I got in great shape doing a workout called P90X.

Every day I allowed a maniac fitness guru on the video screen to torture me for a solid hour.

While I was in pretty good shape to...

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What About That Plank In Your Own Eye? (Sermon) (coach) kevin lloyd sermon of the week Jan 31, 2022

In this message Kevin Lloyd, the Executive Pastor of Ministries at LifePoint Church (Wilmington, North Carolina), picks up mid-stream in the series at his church, “That’s What He...

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Healthy churches impact cities; but healthy churches need healthy families (w/ Rodney Gage) podcast Jan 27, 2022

Rodney and his wife lead ReThink Life Church, as well as Family Shift.

One of the biggest reasons people need a shift?

In a word, drift… 

 

Drift works like this…

Rodney...

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Y is for "Yes" people priorities Jan 25, 2022

We live in a “me-centered” society. 

“Take care of self” and “Look out for #1″ are phrases we’ve all heard tossed around, right? 

Sounds good in...

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The Lie: You Should Be Mad (Sermon) (coach) danny anderson sermon of the week Jan 24, 2022

The Lie is that we should be mad…

… at the externals happening around us.

But, when we step back and understand the source of what’s occurring— and why— we see...

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Expect it to be difficult (w/ Ken Claytor) podcast Jan 20, 2022

Ken was a businessman before he started a church. 

He began with 6 people— and no budget. In fact, he financed the start-up himself. 

That was back in 2007. He and his wife,...

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