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One of the sessions at Catalyst this year contained an incredible amount of pithily packaged wisdom from Jon Acuff and John Maxwell. Acuff explored the question “Why don’t we use the best of our creativity to celebrate the Creator?” It’s a great question. I hope it’s one that people will continue to ask themselves (including those I addressed with that very idea in yesterday’s Letter to Graduates). Sometimes we»
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Dr. Tom Cocklereece is CEO of RENOVA Coaching and Consulting, LLC He is a pastor, author, professional coach, leadership specialist, and is a member Coach/Teacher/Speaker for the John Maxwell Team Email | LinkedIn | Twitter | Web | Blog | Book | Coaching
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Process Discipleship “Leaders develop daily not in a day.”                                               John Maxwell Disciples develop daily not in a day. It’s a process! Tom Cocklereece     This series of articles explores thirteen major methods that are effective for making disciples. Keep in mind that in a ubiquitous (all encompassing, everywhere present) disciple-making process, virtually each method is not onl»
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Since last May I have been studying for my Masters in Business Administration at Western Governors University. I was hoping to be done by this May and be finished in one year. I could have done it, but spent about three months where motivation was hard to find. It put me behind in time and I will end up taking about a year and a half instead of a year. Disappointing. It seems like I have been on a diet since the day I was born. I have been on mor»
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Andy Stanley opened the main sessions with an encouraging message from Galatians 6, where Paul told the early believers they should not become weary of doing good because the harvest will only be reaped in time if we do not give up. He also said to do good as you have opportunity. Stanley mentioned a couple dangers in ministry that can be avoided: Burning out, or checking out. As a ministry grows, accessibility becomes a casualty (i.e. I can̵»
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Since last May I have been studying for my Masters in Business Administration at Western Governors University. I was hoping to be done by this May and be finished in one year. I could have done it, but spent about three months where motivation was hard to find. It put me behind in time and I will end up taking about a year and a half instead of a year. Disappointing. It seems like I have been on a diet since the day I was born. I have been on mor»
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FUMC Cape May Court House, NJ SIMPLE DISCIPLESHIP IN NEW JERSEY With Simple Discipleship being used by churches across the United States and the world, I welcomed the opportunity to go to the First United Methodist Church in Cape May Court House, New Jersey. Preaching three times on Sunday morning and each evening through Wednesday, people were motivated to “get out of the pew and serve in ministry and missions using their spiritual gifts. In t»
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When I first began attempting to run a Christian business, I was lost. I wanted to be a Christian leader, but I did not know exactly what that looked like. As the leader of the company, I knew I had to model what I wanted our company to look like if I expected it to change. I wanted Christian leadership material to read, but I had no idea where to go to find it. No Easy Search Unfortunately, I did not find a website that listed a bunch of reso»
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Exponential 2012 Exponential is the largest church-planters conference in the world and it is certainly worth it. Most of my readers know that I am not a church planter, although I consider myself to be a “church re-planter” and we need many of thosebut that is a future article. There are some church planters who are using Simple Discipleship to inject healthy disciple-making DNA into their church at the beginning. The key is the Simple Disci»
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One way you can get out of your way is to name your gremlin. A gremlin in this sense is a self-defeating behavior that reappears in life, work, and relationships that prevents you from achieving a new level of success. Like in the movie by the same name, gremlins usually are latent and easy to live with until they are activated by external or internal factors, either past, present, or perceived future. Naming them can help you to be aware of your»