Monthly Archives: February 2012

Apprentice an evangelist (part 2)

SETTING UP AN APPRENTICESHIP Remember that the goal of involving an emerging leader in ministry is NOT busyness, and NOT filling a position in the church that needs help.  The goal is the ministry effectiveness of that promising young leader. … Continue reading

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Apprentice an evangelist

IT’S GOTTA BE DONE!:   Any father of a teenager learning to drive knows the struggle, particularly if the family car is worth anything! Despite their reading of the states driver’s safety book, and a dutiful dad’s repeated and detailed instructions … Continue reading

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Put Evangelism on a Pedestal

It is a common leadership quip:  “You get what you honor.”  The idea is that if you put something on a pedestal, people will get the idea that it is important. This applies to evangelism.  It is common for churches … Continue reading

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Playing on a gold mine

Crown Mines, shaft #14, ten minutes from our house, was the most productive gold mine in the world in the 1970s. When the price dropped below $380/oz., they closed the mine and made it into a gold-themed amusement park named … Continue reading

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