Do you know Seth Godin? I don’t know him…but I’m enjoying what he writes, and posts on his blog. There were two very interesting posts on Friday. One about Bill Gross, a sort’ve pioneer in internet marketing from an upcoming
“You can’t choose problem-free. It doesn’t exist. But you can choose the set of problems you’d rather deal with.” I remember where I was sitting when I first heard that phrase. Pastor’s Toolbox Seminar…left side…two thirds of the way back.
What goes through your mind when you hear the word, "customer" and you’re thinking about your church or ministry? Does it resonate with you? Or does it make you want to run the other way? I’ve found there are two
I’ve stumbled on a kindred spirit in Mark Waltz, Connections Pastor at Granger Community Church. Recently he launched a series of posts in reply to this question from "New friend and fellow-blogger, Pete Bishop, from Crossroads Community Church in Adrian,
One of the most challenging sections of the book, 7 Practices of Effective Ministry is on the critical importance of narrowing your focus if you hope to have real impact. One of the great lines is that "your potential to