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Why Is Email Communication Important For Your Church?

“Email is dead.” “Email is so 2005.” “Social media is where it’s at.” Ever heard these things before? Yeah, me too. I’m here to tell you that it’s not true. Okay, maybe social media is where it’s at, but email is most definitely not dead. In fact, a recent study found that email is 6x […]

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Here’s The Problem

Did you know that at the core of many problems in our cities is a common thread? It’s called fatherlessness. Here are the stats: Fatherless children are 4x more likely to live in poverty. 71% of high school dropouts come from fatherless homes. 71% of teen moms come from fatherless homes. 90% of teens in […]

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Another New Chapter

If you’re a seasoned reader here on my blog you know that we made an exciting announcement last year. Since that time I’ve taken a hiatus here on my blog and moved everything over to socialchurch.co/blog. So if you’re interested in any of my church communications or social media thoughts from the last year, that’s […]

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A New Chapter

It’s been said that the start of something new is simply a new chapter in the book of your life. If that’s true then I’ve started that new chapter. When I moved to Chicago 8 years ago I never would’ve imagined what God had in store for me. I came as a kid, ready to […]

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#GLS14 :: Tyler Perry – Leader & Artist

Born into poverty and raised in a household scarred by abuse, Tyler fought from a young age to find the strength, faith and perseverance that would later form foundations of his work. Recipient of the 2004 Black Business Professionals’ Entrepreneur of the Year award, he leads a massively successful entertainment empire, employing 350 people from his […]

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#GLS14 :: Ivan Satyavrata – The Power Paradox

Chairman of the Centre for Global Leadership Development in Bangalore, he is active in shaping India’s future church leaders. A board member for World Vision India and Chairman of the Board for Bombay Teen Challenge, his ministry focuses on evangelism in a multi-faith context as well as engagement with the major social issues facing his country. A […]

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#GLS14 :: Wilfredo De Jesus – Courage

Under De Jesús’ leadership, New Life has grown from 120 to more than 17,000, and is known for outreach ministries to the homeless, prostitutes, drug addicts, gang members and the broken-hearted. De Jesús was featured on TIME’s April 15, 2013 cover, The Latino Reformation, which explored the growth of Latinos in Protestant churches across the U.S. Vice President of […]

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#GLS14 :: Allen Catherine Kagina – God in Business

During her 20-year career as a public servant, Kagina has transformed the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) by taking on corruption, increasing service-orientation and winning awards for innovation. Motivated by a desire to convert Uganda from a borrower to a giver nation, her reforms have led to higher revenue attainment, allowing the government to increasingly fund its […]

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#GLS14 :: Don Flow – Faith in the Workplace

Founded by Don’s father in 1957, Flow Companies now operates 33 automobile dealerships with 1100 employees throughout North Carolina and Virginia. Growing up in the business, Flow worked every job at the dealership—and now leads the company based on three guiding principles: 1) trust with customers, 2) a unified employee culture, and 3) a commitment to […]

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#GLS14 :: Erica Ariel Fox – 4 Parts of a Leader

Erica Ariel Fox is a New York Times Bestselling author, a negotiation lecturer at Harvard Law School, and a senior advisor to Fortune 500 companies. A seasoned presenter, she is frequently invited to speak to executive audiences and at large conferences. Negotiating with Yourself Negotiation in a broad sense is one of the most crucial skills for […]

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