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Insight: Lean In or Lean Out? How to Be a Team When Facing a Threat

August 24, 2015
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Insights are short, biblical truths to equip you to lead from your strengths. When your team faces a threat, do they lean into each other for help to navigate the uncertain waters – or lean out and away from each other in fear? All of you may be anxious … but each of you has helpful strengths…

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Insight: Rock the Boat – Use Your Strengths to Challenge the Status Quo

August 17, 2015
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Insights are short, biblical truths to equip you to lead from your strengths. You’ve heard it before: “Let’s not rock the boat.” It’s a common refrain when you or those around you are opposed to change. The goal is maintaining the current state of affairs, sometimes called the “status quo.” That is all well and good…

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Devotional: Trust – How Does Yours Reflect Your Strengths?

March 30, 2015
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Jesus met with his disciples in The Upper Room for a last meal before His arrest, trial, crucifixion, and death. He knew what was coming. They did not. Jesus explained to His disciples that He was going away; He was leaving the Holy Spirit with them; He would come get them later. So when Jesus…

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Devotional: Ways Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 3

April 28, 2014
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“Fix It Now” or “One Step at a Time”: How Do You Solve Problems? Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 3 In the aftermath of Jesus’ arrest, death, and resurrection, His disciples solved problems, processed information, managed change, and faced risk differently. Their different strengths helped them work together to move forward to build…

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Devotional: Ways Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 2

April 21, 2014
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“That’s Wonderful!” or “Give Me Proof!” How Do You Process Information? Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 2 Jesus’ disciples demonstrate the value of different strengths in solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing risk. Put yourself in their sandals on the first Easter morning. How would you process the information of an…

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