Originally posted on Perfect Chaos:
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Have you noticed how the very same piece of music can have different meanings at different times? Let’s think about a hypothetical song and call it ‘N’. When you first heard N it didn’t really strike you, but after a couple of listens it began to stir a feeling of…
Change Management is lifecycle management “See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.” Isaiah 43:19 I have heard more times than I can count from ministers about their experiences to resistance to change. A […]
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Originally posted on Thinking Out Loud:
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You won’t see a picture like this often: Just 5 minutes earlier this Cathedral in Strasbourg was teeming with tourists, but they shut it down at 11:15 AM every day, evacuating all the guests. Empty churches is the theme of my writing on our concerns for Christianity in Europe.…
As you may have surmised from my musings, they are about missional operational strategy, discipleship, technology and most importantly about change. Change is about education. There is no change unless there is a learning process and we must remember if we do not learn, we do not change, and we will not grow as an organization […]
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This musing post will be a tad more technical than past musing, so bear with me. We have been discussing technologies of the fourth and fifth industrial evolutions, and the tools that support reinventing your mission and church in the new world of Web 3.0. There are two critical concerns about the new technological developments […]
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