2022 Equipping Conference - October 11th and 12th

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Quick Insight: How to Pray Regularly about Your Natural Strengths

May 9, 2016
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Insights are short, biblical truths to equip you to lead from your strengths. “Relief.” “Surprise.” “Clarity.” Many of you have shared those reactions about how you felt when you first discovered your strengths. During that time of discovery, you likely took time to thank God for those strengths and the strengths of those around you.…

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FAQs: Key Scriptures to Help You Lead From Your Strengths

April 25, 2016
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Q: Is all this talk about strengths actually found in the scriptures? A. Yes. Ministry Insights was founded on the biblical principle of uniqueness: God created you and each person around you with unique strengths. He has placed you together to build His Kingdom. Lucky Patcher iOS App This principle from God’s Word establishes a…

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Insight: Must Two Similar Personalities Always Lead to Conflict?

July 21, 2015
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Build Ministry by Using Similar Strengths Insights are short, biblical truths to equip you to lead from your strengths. “We’re too much alike to work together.” You’ve heard it before at work or at home. But is it true? God used two assertive individuals – gifted with a similar strength – to plant a church at…

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Is Attending an Equipping Conference for You?

May 28, 2015
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What if you and those around you were able to discover a way to thrive, rather than simply survive? That is the principle behind the Ministry Insights Equipping Conference. This powerful hands-on live event, unique to the growing strengths movement, has inspired hundreds of leaders to embrace differences and build strong teams, marriages, and families.…

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Insight: Change The Way You Think, Part 1

May 25, 2015
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Insights are short, biblical truths to equip you to lead from your strengths Change the Way You Think, Part 1 of 2 Just 5% of a group can influence the entire group’s direction. The other 95% follow without realizing it, according to researchers at the University of Leeds. The data reveals concrete evidence for the…

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Misconceptions About Strengths, Part 3: Weaknesses

December 3, 2013
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Third in a series that addresses misconceptions about leading from our strengths God created you and those around you with unique strengths and has placed you together to be more together than you can be alone. But misconceptions can get in the way of learning to lead from your strengths. This series reveals common misconceptions…

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Devotional: Beat Stress With Your Strengths

October 1, 2013
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Stressed? You’re not alone. But you can beat stress. Three out of four Americans regularly experience both the psychological and physical symptoms caused by stress. And modern life stress shows no sign of backing off. Nearly half of those surveyed (44%) say that their stress has increased over the past five years. Beat Stress When…

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Devotional: How Is Your Eyesight — Fuzzy or Clear?

August 13, 2013
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Is Your Eyesight Out of Focus? If your vision is less than 20/20 you’ve experienced that “Eureka!” moment. As the optometrist places glasses on the bridge of your nose, you open your eyes and poof! You can see clearly – whereas before, images were fuzzy and indistinct. When you can’t see well, life is unnecessarily…

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Marriage and Ministry, Part 4

May 21, 2013
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Marriage and Ministry, Part 4: The Risks and Rewards of Leading From Your Strengths Of all places, the Christian church can be a refuge from the relational battles that rage in our culture. But harmony and reconciliation are not flourishing in the body. Rather, today’s ministries and churches are routinely characterized by division – or…

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Transitions, Part 4: Managing Change

April 16, 2013
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Race or Slow Pace? Two Ways to go about Managing Change Change is a constant for your team. Like other transitions a team faces (such as processing information and solving problems), your team members manage change in radically different ways. As a team conducts ministry, it passes through four inescapable transitions – movements or changes…

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