Posts Tagged with: leadership

Excellence: A Marketable Asset

(An excerpt from TCA Lesson, “Excellence”) Swiss watches, Godiva Chocolates, Hallmark Cards and Rolls Royce automobiles. These products are known for Excellence. They are not based on marketing or public relations, but on a reputation for quality. These reputations did not spring from a single product, but from a tradition of continual improvement and leadership … Continue reading “Excellence: A Marketable Asset”

Delegation and Empowerment are Biblical

Ephesians 4:11-16 And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ, till we all come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son … Continue reading “Delegation and Empowerment are Biblical”

Empowering Others

– An excerpt from TCA Lesson, “Delegate and Empower” According to legend, Alexander the Great wept when he was told there were no more lands to conquer. This is a risk of seeing ourselves as what we do, instead of who we are. If our career becomes the basis of our self-image, then Delegating becomes … Continue reading “Empowering Others”

A Prayer About Blessings

PRAYER Precious Lord, each and every day, we are showered with an abundance of affection from our loving Father above. Let our eyes see and our hearts soften, to share the Blessings we have received with those You place in our path. Let us not do anything out of selfishness or personal glory, but allow … Continue reading “A Prayer About Blessings”

Ten Forms of Blessings

(An excerpt from TCA’s lesson, “Blessings”) TCA offers the following Ten Forms of Blessings for you to consider sharing with others. 1. Financial Blessings – Tithing and regular charitable support are worthy goals.  However, Blessings are more often spontaneous and personal. There may be times when people have no idea where their next dollar will … Continue reading “Ten Forms of Blessings”

Blessings: We Are Blessed

(An excerpt from TCA’s lesson, “Blessings”) Consider the immense Blessings swirling around you at this very moment. You are alive. You are able to read these lines due to a thorough education and God-given intellect. You live in a nation and point in history where you are free to access ideas and worship without censorship … Continue reading “Blessings: We Are Blessed”

Blessings: A Matter of Perspective

(An excerpt from our “Blessings” Lesson) “From the fullness of his grace we have all received one Blessing after another.” – John 1:16 (NIV) We are often advised to count our Blessings, but they are far beyond number, like trying to focus on an individual rain drop in a torrent of generosity. And like rain, Blessings … Continue reading “Blessings: A Matter of Perspective”

Perseverance

Very few things go completely as planned. No matter how bright, or determined, or prepared we may be, there are simply too many variables in life, each containing some potential for error. It helps to remember that God keeps track of the hairs on our head and Satan had to ask permission to afflict Job. … Continue reading “Perseverance”

Comfortable?

A friend of mine recently suggested that when we begin to get comfortable with how things are going in life and believe that things are working out as we planned they would, we should pause and ask the question: “Have we aligned our life with God’s calling for us?” This is not to suggest that … Continue reading “Comfortable?”

Stories

There are so many ways to impart information. Charts, statistics, resumes, fact sheets, definitions, illustrations, videos, websites and more. Yet throughout time, the most effective way to communicate is through the simple art of Storytelling. By adapting what needs to be conveyed, into a format where we come to identify with one another and are … Continue reading “Stories”