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  • 8 Ways to Become an Emerging Leader

    By: Whitney Hopler, Crosswalk.com Contributing Writer
    Editor's Note: The following is a report on the practical applications of Jonathan Pearson’s new book Next Up: 8 Shifts Great Young Leaders Make (Moody Publishers, 2014). Older leaders who serve with you in your church, business, or other organization are looking for the right people to take their place once they move on. If you’re going to be one of the next generation of leaders to take charge, you’ll need to use your God-given ...   Read More
  • Christians often measure the significance of a job by its perceived value from the eternal perspective. Will the work last; will it “really count” for eternity? The implication is that God approves of work for eternity, but places little value on work for the here and now.By this measure, the work of ministers and missionaries has eternal value because it deals with people’s spiritual, eternal needs. By contrast, the work of a salesman, ...   Read More
  • How to Connect Sunday Worship to Monday Work

    By: Paul Sohn, Leadership Blogger
    “If it falls to your lot to be a street sweeper, sweep streets like Michelangelo painted pictures, sweep streets like Beethoven composed music … Sweep streets like Shakespeare wrote poetry. Sweep streets so well that all the host of heaven and earth will have to pause and say: Here lived a great street sweeper who swept his job well.”– Martin Luther King Jr.One of the greatest epidemics the world is suffering from is the ...   Read More
  • When a Pastor Prepares to Leave

    By: Chad Hall, Director of Coaching for Western Seminary
    Life is full of transitions, but perhaps no transition is more difficult to manage than when a pastor considers transitioning to a new place of service. Transitions are best handled through conversation – talking it through with others. But a pastor who is considering (or preparing for) a call to another church has very few people with whom to process the transition. Being a pastor can be rather lonely, but the loneliness is never so profound ...   Read More
  • 8 Ways To Be Excellent In The Workplace

    By: Bob Sutton, Vanderbloemen Search Group
    Recently, I was listening to a sermon where the pastor was speaking about working toward excellence. This pastor preached that we, as Christians, should be known not only for our Love, but also for how we are the hardest working people in our workplace, striving for excellence in all we do. It was new to me, that it might be scriptural that we are hard workers. As it turns out, the Apostle Paul agrees with that pastor (or vice versa - see Colossians ...   Read More
  • Your resume looked great, it made it past the computers that were looking fr keywords and you have now been asked to have a phone interview.  Congratulations!  You are one step closer to getting a face-to-face interview but you must first get through the phone interview.  A phone interview is simply a screening out interview.  Usually it’s done by someone in the human resources department and they are going to ask you some ...   Read More
  • Work, Glorious Work

    By: James Tonkowich
    Mike understood bonds—government bonds, corporate bonds, municiples and the rest. The team that wrote the bond trading software, however, didn’t have a clue. It was Mike’s job to teach the coders about the bond business and he hated it.One day, just before a presentation, Mike said wearily, “Jim, I really don’t believe it’s God’s will for me to be teaching Bonds 101 to a bunch of coders.”Not really ...   Read More
  • Where do the majority of all resumes end up…the trash!  With so many people applying for fewer jobs, managers must sift through resumes quickly and that means if you don’t catch their eye right away your resume will be in the trash.   Here is what’s being shared with those that are going to be interviewing you, the human resource manager.  Below is information targeted to those that are doing the hiring.  ...   Read More
  • How to Discover and Unleash Your God-Given Clout

    By: Whitney Hopler, Crosswalk.com Contributing Writer
    Editor's Note: The following is a report on the practical applications of Jenni Catron’s new book Clout: Discover and Unleash Your God-Given Influence (Thomas Nelson, 2014). God has designed you to influence the world in a way that no one else can. It’s crucial to discover and unleash your God-given influence – your clout – in order to fulfill God’s purposes for your life. Although you may not feel like what you do ...   Read More
  • Dream big! Take a leap of faith! Achieve greatness! The motivational slogans are all around us. Success is ours if we embrace it. Strive for an extraordinary life. After all, we’re not only children of the King, we’re doing the King’s work. We are destined for great things. Or are we? Greatness – in the way it is generally understood - is not extolled in Scripture. Again and again, Jesus explained the way to greatness ...   Read More
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