Tag Archives: Leadership

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Waking up from the consumer dream

Breathe was invited to contribute to the latest edition of Slipstream from the EA. Breathe friend and Make Wealth History blogger Jeremy stepped up to the plate with this article. “It’s 07:49am and I’m standing on an escalator, flanked on both sides by streaming commuters

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Convergence

One of the benefits of writing and reading blogs is getting all the different angles on a subject – it’s incredibly refreshing, it’s like using a wide-angled lens on life. Here’s a few of those convergences from today’s reading: Jeremy (in Luton) has posted about

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Virgo on: Leadership in a time of transition

From the perspective of a leader this article by Terry Virgo on leadership is both scary, challenging and exciting. Here are some personal challenges: “A true leader’s very behaviour expresses a personal set of values and beliefs that govern his life” and “Worship leaders should

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Teams, Walls and Transitions

Marcus Honeysett has a great article on community and the role of the leader. He writes, “Congregations want and need leaders who are open, vulnerable and authentic. People who know them and are known by them. If the church is the community of God’s people,

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Book Review: Becoming A Contagious Church

Mark Mittelberg is passionate about seeing people trust their lives to Jesus. You can’t read Becoming A Contagious Church and miss that one. It’s the sort of book that America and the guys at Willow Creek does so well – energetic, inspirational, aspirational, motivational and

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Book Review: It

Craig Groeschel is the pastor of LifeChurch.tv (yes that is it’s name) that has thousands of people in multiple places and has made a name for itself with its use of technology and live streaming of worship and preaches to its multiple campuses. His latest

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Slipstream – Leadership

As a young(er) leader in church (does 33 still count as young?) one of the greatest helps to me has been spending time with older, wiser and more experienced – and in my eyes more Godly leaders. No question that time with these men and

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Book Review: Confessions of a Reformission Rev.

Confessions of a Reformission Rev is an interesting book, didn’t take me too long to read (less than a week) of yet another mega-church in an American city, this time Seattle. Ok Seattle is the most unchurched in America with only 8% evangelical but I