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4 Moves to Elevate Performance at Your Church

Feedback from GLS 2018 delegates indicated a need for further training in visionary leadership at an organisational level. This is a great article to help you assess the effectiveness of your current vision and identify an area for growth. You can read the original article here and find more articles on vision here. Quick, make a list of […]

Run to the Pain: The Secret to Conflict Resolution

Feedback from GLS 2018 delegates indicated a need for further training in Communications Skills. Below is an article that tackles the critical area of conflict resolution. You can read the original article here and find more articles on Communication here.  There is a reality in the universe—tension and release. Storms show their fury, but soon […]

Angela Ahrendts
GLS Process Tools–One-on-One Interview with Angela Ahrendts and John Maxwell–3

Process Tools from the GLS interview session with Angela Ahrendts and John Maxwell Keeping Leadership Pace   Angela shares the importance of communication channels in order to stay collaborative in a fast-paced society and a ‘we work’ world. What ways of communication does your team have in place to stay unified and collaborative? (Ex. Angela shares […]

Craig Groeschel
GLS Process Tools–Craig Groeschel–Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow–1

Process Tools from Craig Groeschel’s GLS 2018 session: Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow A Heart To Care “I Notice. You Matter.” To whom on your team or in your organisation have you recently shared these four words? How did that impact your work relationship? If you haven’t voiced these words, why is this a challenge for you? Craig […]

GLS Café
GLS Café on Crucial Conversations – May 2015

  OVERVIEW ‘The Health of a relationship, team or organisation is a function of the average time lag between identifying and discussing problems. The health of our ministry, the impact of your team’s focus, the transformation in your community; depends upon how quickly and effectively a leader responds to problems, breakdowns and division.’ Joseph Grenny, GLS 2014 Main Session, ‘Crucial […]

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What Do People Think of Christianity? Response – Simon Benham

As a church pastor the results of Will’s Survey weren’t a surprise to me. We live in a nation where fewer and fewer people are going to church, or have even had any meaningful interaction with church beyond going to the occasional wedding or funeral. As James Emery-White has pointed out the fastest rising religious group […]

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What Do People Think of Christianity? Part 6 – Will Bissett

6. What are the implications of these perceptions for mission? Part 2: A response. As mentioned previously, respondents in this research had the chance to provide free-text commentary supporting their score choices. With 228 respondents and 5 opportunities to provide qualifying comments that made for 1,140 optional possibilities for comment. Many took the opportunity to […]

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What Do People Think of Christianity? Part 5 – Will Bissett

5. What are the implications of these perceptions for mission? Part 1: The contemporary situation. The findings underline that in the UK we are in a missional situation, but one tainted with negative perceptions that need to be addressed if we are to effectively communicate the Good News of Jesus Christ. Table showing the difference […]

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What Do People Think of Christianity? Part 4 – Will Bissett

4. If a church pastor had a coffee with you, what would be the number 1 thing that you’d share to help make his church ministry more effective to ‘outsiders’? I’m well aware that that some Pastors reading this are very engaged with culture and trying to find new, different and appropriate ways to communicate […]

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What Do People Think of Christianity? Part 3 – Will Bissett

3. Are there things that churches think they’re doing right that actually we’re doing wrong (and vice versa)? The findings highlight and remind us of the gulf in mindset and perception between believers and non-believers.  A lot of our communications, questions and events often seem targeted at people who have a Christian background or as […]