Seventy-one years ago, the British, Canadians and Americans landed on the Normandy beaches to open a second ground front against Nazi Germany.
9 tips for church leaders on how to give and take criticism » UMC Leadership Tips
Critiques can either ignite creative fire or, if delivered poorly, extinguish the creative spark and hinder productivity.
Pope meets top leaders of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis welcomed top officials of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the Vatican the day before the officials …
What church and civic leaders can and must do to fight anti-Semitism
Hate crimes, particularly directed at the Jewish community, are stubbornly persistent both worldwide and in the United States, the editors write.
Germany's Catholic Church Just Took An Amazing Step For LGBT And Remarried Catholics
The Catholic Church in Germany is taking a stand for its remarried, lesbian, and gay employees. More than two-thirds of Germany’s 27 Roman Catholic d...
How Missions Ends
"Learning How to Care" —Belfair, Washington Church Leaders
"Learning How to Care" —Belfair, Washington Church Leaders. News in 2014. Produced by Todd Gessele and www.totallyINSPIREDmedia.com. (503) 348-8652. Music Sy...
Why Church Leaders Need the Church
When you are in need, let the body serve. You will be better off for it, and you will get a chance to experience the ministry of the church to you.
8 Ways for Church Leaders to End the Year Wisely
We have one month left in 2018, which means we have about 30+ days to end the year well. If you’re a church leader, I encourage you to consider these possible ways to finish the year.
Question and answer with a Driver Business Leader
Previous driver and current Schneider Driver Business Leader, Jeff, answers commonly-asked driver questions, covering everything from what qualities make a g...
St. Mark Presbyterian Church
St. Mark Presbyterian Church is mission-minded, with a strong commitment to sharing God's love with our neighbors and our world. Located in St. Louis, Missouri.
What’s a leader to do?
The Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium Standards (ISLLC) are now available. The seven standards, redrafted after the public comment period ended last fall, identify areas that school leade
How To Find Peace
How To Find Peace (10 Dec. 2018) Mail Gifts To: ATLAH Church 38 West 123rd Street ATLAH, New York 10027 atlah.org Trust In The Lord Hour ~ twitter.com/DrJamesDManning instagram.com/atlahworldwide linkedin.com/in/atlahworldwide pinterest.com/atlahworldwide Give Your Gifts At: atlah.org/online-giving "ATLAH: THAT'S WHAT GOD SAID."
» The Church Triumphant (Matthew 16:13-20)
This morning we are thinking about “The Church triumphant.” Our text will be Matthew 16:13-20 Now when Jesus came into the district of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, “Who do people say that the Son of Man is?” And they said, “Some say John the Baptist, others say Elijah, and others Jeremiah or one of the prophets.” He said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Simon Peter replied, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.”…
Tamika Catchings discusses how to be a good team leader.
What does it take to be a team leader? What kind of leadership style is best? Tamika Catchings talks about how she approaches her leadership role.
Church Finance: The Church Leader's Guide to Financial Operations
Build a Solid Financial Foundation for Your Church
A Note to 20-Something Church Leaders
“Working in a church setting will always involve leading alongside others who are not like you.”
Tweeting Tips for Nonprofit and Church Leaders
Scanning the Twitter feeds of nonprofit and religious leaders, it’s pretty easy to see that most have little or no knowledge of how to connect online. From boring Tweets like “I’m at Starbucks having a latte,” to subtly patting yourself on the back (“Praise God, we had 6,000 cars in the lot this Sunday!”) you’re driving people away when you should be sharing your story and connecting it with others. So here’s a few tips to get your social media life back on…
Why Large Events Will Always Be Part Of The Church
Large crowds were always part of Jesus’ life, his message and the young church. At one point, the crowd was so large, Jesus had to speak from a borrowed boat on the edge of the shore. One of the most famous miracles from Jesus’ life was the feeding of the 5000 – dinner for a crowd. The Holy Spirit came during one of the most crowded times both in the city and the temple. Not that a crowd is a pre-requisite to a…
Why It's Important to Ask for Commitment When Recruiting Volunteer Mentors
A community leader and head of a mentoring nonprofit makes the case for urging volunteer mentors to make a bigger commitment.