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Leading Followers Is Too Easy

Leading volunteers is challenging. Motivating a team of volunteers to show up, let alone work cohesively together is definitely an artform.  Believe me, if there was a formula, I would give it to you now and we could call it… Continue Reading →

The Art of Leading Volunteers

It’s one thing to lead someone when you have some form of power over them, such as a paycheck or other tangible benefit but what does it take to lead those that owe you nothing?  The skill in this type… Continue Reading →

Power IT Down Day

Thursday, August 27, is “Power IT Down Day.” Even you can help out… just turn off your computers and monitors, printers, fax machines whatever.  When you leave for the day, turn off the whole system,the monitor, printers, everything that is… Continue Reading →

Leading Volunteers – No Easy Button

In talking with other church tech leaders, one thing I often hear is how frustrating it is to lead tech volunteers.  There’s a lot of frustration surrounding how unreliable they are and there’s always a need for more volunteers and… Continue Reading →

Casting Vision & Growing Teams

Casting a vision for your team is an essential part of leading and building your team as it states in Proverbs 29:18 Where there is no prophetic vision the people cast off restraint, but blessed is he who keeps the… Continue Reading →

Now What?

As of a couple of days ago, I stepped down from my leadership role of the tech ministry at my church.  It was a volunteer role but I was responsible for nearly everything tech related.  There are always questions when… Continue Reading →

Where Is God Leading – part 2

Last week, I wrote a post called Where is God Leading? I shared in that post how I talked with my pastor about the way I feel God may be leading me to pursue a fulltime position with a church. … Continue Reading →

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