A Teachable Heart – Part 3

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In scripture, the term “heart” is used to denote a person’s inner self. The heart is the center of spiritual activity, moral understanding, and human will. God uses the human heart to build relationships, helping you and those in your life to complete one another. In particular, He uses a teachable heart (one receptive to […]

How to Lead People to Work Together

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How to Lead People to Work Together Leading others to work together is not always an easy task.  In fact, a conflict between employees, volunteers and church members can be a great challenge. There must be a clear understanding of certain personality traits to grow teamwork.  When we understand people, it can become easier to […]

Is the Trinity a Powerful Lesson About Teamwork

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The Trinity and Teamwork The theology of God as three persons in one, the Trinity, creates a powerful and useful image for any church attempting to create a team approach to ministry.  Here are two thoughts about the Trinity to consider: This visual model of the godhead can establish a meaningful model for leading congregations […]

The Rules That Make Teamwork Functional

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The Ten Commandments and the two advocated by Jesus are the Rules of Life that make human teamwork functional. God gave the ancient Hebrews the Ten Commandments to help them live peacefully and successfully with each other, but in that early civilization, very few people could read or write so their understanding was very limited. […]

21st Century Teamwork

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What is 21st century teamwork? “Teamwork is the 21st century way of getting work done and achieving success in what you do. Teamwork is for everyone, because everyone is cut out for teamwork of some kind. Teamwork isn’t like a complete new car or high-def TV—finished and done. It’s more like rearing children: a continuous, […]

Boundary Making: A Tool for a Balanced Life

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Do you ever feel like your life is out of control and you don’t have much to say about it? You feel obligated to help others or feel overwhelmed by daily life demands at the risk of harming yourself? When I say harming yourself, I am talking about being stressed, tired, irritable, frustrated, anxious and […]