The Benefits of Collaborating

The Benefits of Collaborating Collaboration is active and intentional. Once you come together and identify common needs and challenges, solutions will begin to arise.  The benefits of collaborating are:     Best practice sharing     Bilateral partnerships     Standards     Joint advocacy     New language Good collaborations will multiply results allowing […]

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From Competitor to Collaborator

From Competitor to Collaborator For any problem we seek to solve – both now and in the future – multi-disciplinary solutions are needed.  We can’t communicate in echo chambers, we can’t achieve in organizational exclusivity, we can’t improve in institutional isolation, and we can’t progress in policy silos.  The new reality is that we must […]

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Theology of Work

Many organizations I consult for are facing the same struggle. They’ve hit a wall and can’t figure out how to move forward, grow, and successfully scale in their current context. Much of the time the barrier is the same; they’re still operating in the old paradigm where the secular is separate and unequal to the […]

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10 things Church leaders need to know about Gen Z

Quiz! 1. Gen Z is currently made up of: a. Newborn to 18 year olds b. age 4 to college c. age 10-25 2. Generation Z describes themselves as: a. Hardworking, motivated, optimistic b. Busy, focused, and a little pessimistic c. Tech-addicted, unique, and hopeful 3. True or false? Gen Z is the least religious […]

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10 Biblical truths Gen Z needs right now

Sad to hear that we have lost a great hero of the faith in Eugene Peterson. We will miss him for now, but will still look to the words he left behind. As the next generation attempts to navigate a loud, chaotic, and increasingly post-truth world, where culture is both pervasive and persuasive, we’d do […]

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The Cheerios Moment

The Cheerios Moment

With the impact of the Internet and rapid innovations in technology, these Cheerios moments are happening at younger ages–sometimes before a child is ready to digest the information the world is hurling at them.

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