Meetings are pointless.  Well … at least the majority of people think so, especially if they are a part of an organization that does not know how to run effective meetings. But even if you do know how to run an effective meeting, how do you get from dream to reality? Google Sprints don’t work…

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The greatest hindrance we place before our audience is the trap of assumption. You get up on stage for a weekend service, tell people to open up their Bible and flip to that one story that only insiders or well-read believers know about, and say “remember when…” In one fell swoop, you have divided your audience in…

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We are at nature, story-tellers.  From the moment we can speak, to the day we breathe our final breath, we share stories. We sit at the feet of our parents, who tell of a time we know nothing about, only to get a peek inside of their history. We listen to podcasts, radio stations, authors…

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Almost three times as many people will be coming to your church this Christmas season; expect a bump.  If the bump is coming, what are you going to do with it? If you typically see 1000 in attendance on a weekend, and all of a sudden you are at max capacity and running 3000, what…

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We thrive in the medium of telling stories.  Every church, business, and person is looking for an opportunity to showcase who they are, what they’re all about, and what drives them each and every day. Yet this opportunity is not paramount to the conversation today; the ability is. Having a good story is not good…

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