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guest post by Dr. Nathan BaxterDo you know how to have a coaching conversation with your key players? It’s scary to think about the amount the time we spend talking to staff members and key volunteers on any given week.How many of those conversations help your leaders become better leaders?One of the biggest expenditures of most church budgets is devoted to paying their key players. But most churches do not have a workable system that provi»
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After a very prayerful and thorough search, Jennifer and I are blessed with the opportunity to join the staff family at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship in 2014. After some very positive conversations with Pastor Pete Briscoe and Zach Lambert, we prayerfully accepted the opportunity to join the Pastoral Launching Pad at Bent Tree as a []
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Recently, a high-capacity volunteer I know declined a meeting invitation to attend a gathering of executive staff and other key volunteer leaders to discuss of all things, developing a volunteer culture at their church.  A proactive staff member called the volunteer and inquired about this person’s scheduled absence. The volunteer noted, “Everyone in that room […]
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Most nonprofits are reliant on their staff and volunteers to deliver and fulfill the mission of the organization. However, all too often professional development is the last thing to be included in the limited budget of the organization and growth opportunities become non-existent. For nonprofit organizations to be strong, effective organizations, leaders must be strong [] The post Building an Effective Nonprofit Staff appeared first on Faith Bas»
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Most nonprofits are reliant on their staff and volunteers to deliver and fulfill the mission of the organization. However, all too often professional development is the last thing to be included in the limited budget of the organization and growth opportunities become non-existent. For nonprofit organizations to be strong, effective organizations, leaders must be strong [] The post Building an Effective Nonprofit Staff appeared first on Faith Bas»
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Photo courtesy of iStockphoto® It’s not collaborative. It’s not efficient. And it’s not Christ-honoring. It’s silo building – also referred to as empire building. And in my experience, it’s much too prevalent within churches.  In fact, its genesis is typically a staff member. Silo building (or empire building) has this kind of thinking associated with it: I need to gather up all the available resources (budget dollars, the best volu»
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A couple years into my role as Executive Pastor at my previous church, I saw a need to develop some staff values. These weren’t published for our church member’s consumption or developed for official use by our personnel team. These were merely created by and used for our staff, as a way of communicating practical expectations. Specifically, they provided a common language for ministry and accountability. We settled on four values to focus on»
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I just returned from a quick retreat to the Texas Hill Country with some of Buckner’s finest foster care and adoption staff. We were gathered to review our training curriculum for families who are considering life as foster or adoptive families. I can’t tell you how exciting it was to be in a room exploding with great ideas about improving our work with families, all focused on the following goal: sharpen our focus on the unique needs of the»
Blog Entry | Discipleship >
After a very prayerful and thorough search, Jennifer and I are blessed with the opportunity to join the staff family at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship in 2014. After some very positive conversations with Pastor Pete Briscoe and Zach Lambert, we prayerfully accepted the opportunity to join the Pastoral Launching Pad at Bent Tree as a []