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Social media is here to stay. In fact, 45 percent of users feel "worried or uncomfortable" when email or Facebook aren't accessible. We like scrolling through our feeds, with many of us getting our news from it. With Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Snapchat capturing...

source: By Mark MacDonald
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According to author Adam Bryant: Over the course of speaking with almost 500 leaders for my weekly "Corner Office" series, I've asked every one of them, "How do you hire?" Their answers are always insightful because after years of interviewing countless job candidates, they've...

source: New York Times

Clearly, to thrive in this new world of work will require different skill-sets, mindsets, and tool-sets. Chief among them: the need to bring people together as a team. The need to demonstrate deeper empathy. The ability to get new things done. Innovation in the next economy...

source: Forbes

Planning for the future is an important part of a growing church. A capital budget is a useful tool for determining the resources necessary to help church facilities keep pace with that growth. Simply put, capital budgeting is a way that churches can plan for the things...

source: Worship Facilities

Christ's Church's biggest challenge and opportunity is the military. It's home to one of two nuclear submarine bases with the Navy. The challenge is that those in the military receive orders every two to four years. So about twice a year, there’s a huge exit of people...

source: Outreach Magazine

Time is one of the greatest assets of any leader. Learning to balance a leader’s time effectively is often a key in determining the level of success the leader attains. Every leader has three critical segments where they must invest their time on a regular basis. But...

source: Ron Edmondson

In northern Vermont, about two hours east of Burlington, a white chapel appears, at first, to be a traditional New England church. But look beyond the towering spire and rolling hills and you’ll notice something else: The church is actually a dog chapel, built to honor...

source: Curbed


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