Every person has strengths. But do the people in your life know theirs … and understand how to use them?
You can help those around you understand and use your strengths together. Invite one of the speakers from the Ministry Insights team to share about leading from your strengths with your group at one of these events.
Different By Design
A Different By Design event equips Christian couples like you to take this step – to discover and use your God-given strengths in your marriage, to value your spouse’s strengths, and to blend. Your day will be filled with insightful teaching, experiential exercises, and meaningful discussions that will strengthen your marriage relationship.
What You Learn
Every couple faces four inescapable areas of differences: problem solving, processing information, managing change and facing risk. These areas seam to drive a wedge in more relationships over time than any other. The conference will open your eyes to God divine design for differences. Together you’ll learn how to use your personal strengths to –
- Design effective communication strategies
- Problem solve more effectively
- Exchange information that is meaningful and practical
- Balance the scales of a transitioning home environment
- Work together when making decisions
This event is normally hosted by a local church and presented on a Saturday (8 AM – 5 PM) with an onsite break for lunch. If Different By Design is to be conducted as a small group study series at your church, you can host a kick-off event on a Saturday morning lead by a certified practitioner.
Find out more about hosting a Different By Design event.
Love and Money One Day Event
Two factors that impact marriages more than any others: how we understand Love (relationships) and Money (finances). How we handle money often leads to conflict in marriage. But the underlying issue is often miscommunication and misunderstanding.
The Love and Money One Day Event opens your eyes to how communication and money really work together in marriage.
What You Learn
- How to understand your spouse’s strengths
- How to exchange information that is meaningful and practical
- How to work together to make financial decisions
- How to build oneness in love and money
This event is normally hosted by a local church and presented on a Saturday (8 AM – 5 PM) with an onsite break for lunch.
Find out more about hosting a Love & Money event.
The 210 Project
Among life’s most pressing questions are:
- Why am I here?
- What does God really want me to do with my life?
The 210 Project is a practical, step-by-step process based on a simple, yet powerful scripture verse – Ephesians 2:10 – which equips you to discover your calling. The process includes a book, an on-site experience, and online interactive exercises to help you understand God’s unique calling on your life.
What You Learn
In The 210 Project equips you to discover your unique spiritual DNA. Through it you come to understand who you are (your unique strengths and your spiritual gifts) and what you’re made for (your passion and your story).
This event is normally hosted by a local church as a church-wide study or a small group study. You can host a kick-off event on a Saturday morning lead by a certified practitioner.
Find out more about hosting a 210 Project event.
Team Building Staff and Leadership Event
A facilitator guides your staff or team to build understanding about each member’s unique strengths, discovering how to value and blend their strengths. Then, your team transitions from learning to application. Prior to your event, each member completes a Leading From Your Strengths profile. During your event, members build on the insight from the profile reports.
What You Learn
- Biblical Foundation: your group examines God’s design for differences
- Self-Understanding: each participant discovers his natural strengths.
- Team Understanding: members recognize the unique qualities and strengths in other participants.
- Communication: the team learns to interact in the group productively with fewer conflicts.
- Cohesiveness: the group works to blend member differences to bring out each others’ strengths.
- Efficiency: members increase overall team effectiveness.
- Problem-Solving: members acquire a new approach to team problem-solving.
- Application: your team adopts “C.L.E.A.R.,” a 5-step learning process that equips members to transfer information to application.
This event is normally hosted by a team leader, pastor, or manager and presented to a team at a time which best fits the organization’s schedule. You or a leader can facilitate the event after completing Level 1 Certified Training (available online) or by using a Ministry Insights certified trainer.
Find out more about hosting a Leading From Your Strengths Team-Building Staff and Leadership Event.