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I’ve been wanting to share this with you for a while.  Os Hillman sends an e-mail letter each day.  It is an excellent resource that you will want to receive.   Preparation for Greatness TGIF Today God Is First Volume […]

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Within every ministry or business, there is wiggle room.  Before we examine “the how” for learning about and becoming comfortable within your ministry’s culture, there are several things where there can be no wiggle room. Jesus’ disciples knew that he […]

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Aren’t we all walking a strict tight rope regarding kindness.  At some tipping point, kindness can be abused and we find our greatest tender mercies have gone bad.  Today, I took a member out to supper.  Bob was a member […]

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On Monday of this week, I spent almost all day working on The Special Gathering of Indian River data base.  Then I printed a set of labels for our members,  one for our elders and friends and a third set […]

This morning the Shuttle Discovery left Kennedy Space Center, riding piggy back on a 747 airplane.  I was totally unprepared for my own reaction.  This final flight means the space program is officially over for the US. As the shuttle […]

I spent the past few days in South Carolina with The Special Gathering program director.  This is a ministry within the mentally challenged community.  Our goal is evangelizing and making disciples of people who are intellectually disabled.  During the week, […]

Today, during a pastors’ prayer meeting, one of the pastors said to me, “Linda, I believe that you are feeling upset because of the IRS audit you are facing and God wants you to know that he isn’t upset with […]

On October 14, about 20 ministry leaders flew into Chicago O’Hare Airport to steal a day of fellowship and learning.  This third annual event developed from the need of several people who wanted an excuse to spend more time together […]

Over the years, I’ve gleaned so many working principles from leaders–more than I could ever begin to write.  On Friday, October 14, a group of ministry leaders met at Chicago O’Hare Airport.  We spent the day gleaning from each other. […]

One of the interesting things about directing a ministry where you are the lead staff person, a van driver, data entry person, chair arranger, praise and worship leader, choir director, and the one who gives the devotions is that you don’t have […]