2022 Equipping Conference - October 11th and 12th

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Profile Tip: Don’t Let Strength Tags Throw You

October 26, 2015
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Profile Tips help you put your strengths profile to work Matt studied his profile report. He was impressed at its accuracy, but one thing confused him. Was he truly Aggressive when it came to solving problems? Matt saw himself as enthusiastic and friendly – the kind of person that was good at solving problems that…

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Parenting Insight: Pushy Parenting – Is It a Strength?

October 12, 2015
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Insights are short, biblical truths to equip you to lead from your strengths. Any parent knows that raising a child presents a series of problems to solve. Each step in parenting presents different challenges. When it comes to solving problems, one size does not fit all. That is why God has specifically wired you to…

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Profiles Lead to An Amazing Race in Latin American Ministry

June 20, 2015
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Rich and Elisa Brown with Inca Link use profiles to equip short-term overseas interns As spring turns to summer each year, Rich and Elisa Brown and their Inca Link team in Quito, Ecuador, gear up for an influx of college-age missions workers who participate in The Amazing Race – a short-term missions experience that takes…

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Devotional: Solving Problems Then and Now – Nehemiah Gets It Done

June 7, 2015
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Old Testament Characters and Their Strengths: Nehemiah If you’re running a building project, you want Nehemiah as your general contractor. Consider his resume: Nehemiah led a major structural renovation that surrounded an entire city, completing it under budget and in 52 days. And he used a volunteer work force. He was a classic “Let’s Get…

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Team-Building: Flip Chart Exercise in Problem-Solving

November 9, 2012
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Put your team’s profile results into practice with this powerful exercise that uses a simple flip chart. Step 1 Divide your group into 3 groups based on where they fell on the Problem-Solving continuum (aggressive, neutral or reflective). Place each group in separate corners of the room with a flip chart and black marker. Instruct…

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