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Humility

January 27, 2020 — Leave a comment

Is humility a strength of yours? Do you think of yourself as different from the people you’re with? In many of my jobs, I felt like I didn’t fit. I believed I was in a place where I was called to serve, but not in a place I would have chosen to be. Listen to this podcast to learn more…

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Use Gifts Anywhere

January 24, 2020 — Leave a comment

Our gifts are designed to be shared anywhere. God has given us each strengths or gifts. The gifts given to us by the Holy Spirit living in us are to be used wherever we are, not just inside the church. Listen to this podcast to learn more…

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Have Sound Judgment

January 21, 2020 — Leave a comment

Do you have a sound judgment? Do you compare yourself to others? God gives each person a measure of faith. God gives us each the faith we need. He uses us each differently to accomplish his goals. Listen to this podcast to learn more…

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Workplace Mission

Eric’s workplace mission was clearly defined when he participated in his Screen-Shot-2019-10-18-at-4.22.03-PM-300x294first Marketplace Mission trip. This unique opportunity was suggested by his boss, who asked him if he would like to join along with another coworker. Although he works as a consultant, he learned how his role serves as an opportunity to “be Jesus” in each workplace. Listen to this episode to hear how this unique mission trip has impacted him and those he works with.

 

 

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I spent several years as a bad boss.  I reacted poorly to the stress of my new leadership position and I developed a bad temper. I became (more) insensitive, explosive, negative and critical. And I micro managed. Much of what I now read or write about leadership challenges me to apologize to those people who used to work with me.

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