Monthly Archives: September 2013

Can I Ask You A Question?

How receptive are you when you open your door to find a smiling Jehovah Witness team? NOT! You won’t consider opening your mind to such an invasion, will you? You don’t want to converse with them – it’s not for … Continue reading

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Coaching

One of the activities that a mentor can play is that of a coach. In fact, real change in ministry ability, will be most effective only when the person is effectively coached. Bill Hull, in The Disciple-Making Pastor, suggests that … Continue reading

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THE POWER OF ONE

There are times when “fewer” is better than “many.”  The classic illustration of that is Gideon.  You know the story well. Another stark example is Jesus and His twelve disciples. He trained individuals, not crowds.  It is intriging to notice … Continue reading

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Your Farm Team

Does your church have a “farm system”?  Professional baseball teams own A, AA, and AAA teams so they can groom players.  This plan provides a system to train players their way. This ensures that there is never a shortage of … Continue reading

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