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From the Blog
Leading well now and into the future requires an “innovator’s mindset" that leads to the creation of new and better ideas. Listed below are eight characteristics that support a mindset of ongoing reflection, renewal and innovation. Empathetic – To create new and...read more
Adaptive leaders who are seeking to live well have a knack for asking the right questions at the right time to reframe how our ministries unfold. The questions below are ones you may find helpful and you seek to live and lead well. Who are we seeking to reach and how...read more
Adaptive leadership necessitates changes in how we approach situations as well as how we think and act. Adaptive leaders THINK differently. They have a scenario mindset. Leaders who create plans that are set in concrete will not be able to change quickly enough to...read more
When those two disciples were on the road to Emmaus, (Luke 24) they too had just "gotten through" Easter. Like you, they were out of breath. Your "out of breath" may have been caused by the hectic busyness of leading a community of faith at Easter, but maybe there's...read more
You are in our prayers. Every week, but especially this week. The Vibrant Faith Team is praying: That you might wonder what God is working in and through you and the events of this week. That the fear and abandonment of Friday might be especially real for you so that...read more
Did you ever go through a time of great change at your church, and no matter how much you talked or wrote about the change and why it needed to happen, you still couldn't figure out how you were going to REALLY get people on board? Here's a great story from Heidi...read more