I am a planner. I am not really a “fly by the seat of my pants” person. So, with that I have a philosophy on packing. If I leave for a trip on Wednesday, I like to have everything in the suitcase by Monday night. I have had to start this process of pulling out… Continue Reading »
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Thinking about implementing check-in at your church? This post, written by Ideas to Impact Conference speaker Bill Sanders, is a must-read! Having become a father for the first-time this past year, I have a new respect for parents who can roll four children out of bed, get them dressed, put them into the car, and… Continue Reading »
Even Moses faced opposition when he came down from Mount Sinai with the Ten Commandments! Why do we think it’s so bad that we’ll face opposition – or even step on congregants’ toes – if we change the way we’re doing things?
When you think of change—implementing something new, shifting something existing or removing something old—what do you feel? Do you get excited? Are you hesitant or scared? Here are a few ways to make change more effective in your community.