Pokemon Go: What Church Leaders Should Know 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, July 26, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Church/Staff Leadership Ministry & Technology Mission
To say that Pokemon Go is a phenomenon is and understatement. I visited the App Institute's Pokemon Go real-time-status page and in the 3 minutes I watched, the Pokemon Go App made over $50,000 in revenue! Stretch those numbers out over a... read more
 

Is Online Tithing Biblical? 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, July 12, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Generosity & Giving Online Giving
Is it Biblical to make donations to your church via the Internet? Yes! Blessed is he that giveth offerings through the net that covers the whole earth, and thereby keepeth the Lord’s bride from need. ~Revelation 23:3 (KJV) How else can ... read more
 

Advice for Children That is Also Good For Adults 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, July 5, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Church/Staff Leadership
I tell my kids things all of the time. Over and over. And over and over. If there’s one thing I can say is always true about parenting, it’s that I repeat myself constantly. If there’s one thing I can say is always true about parenting, it’s... read more
 

Small Group Coaching and the 10-20-70 Principle 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, June 28, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Small Groups
As I coach and consult with small group point leaders and churches, I'm finding that coaching leaders is (still) a struggle for many. At the same time, I partner with several organizations that deal with coaching business leaders, and I'm... read more
 

Rules were made to be broken. Maybe. 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, June 21, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Church/Staff Leadership
Every culture and organization has rules. Spoken and unspoken, these rules provide safety, security, and a roadmap through which everybody walks. Rules aren’t evil. They’re set in place by people with the best of intentions in order to guide... read more
 
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