In no particular order:
Is productivity contagious? raises that simple question. It asks whether we fall into the patterns around us and therefore also poses the question, for me as a leader, what kind of standard am I setting?
14 numbers your cell phone can't live without. This was fun. I wonder if "Your pastor" should be number 15?
Jim Wideman’s 3 Questions for Effectiveness and Efficiency. Unfortunately the link doesn't appear to be working for this one, so here's the gist of the entry.
Jim Wideman recently shared 3 questions he often asks to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of his ministry:On missing Q… This a post by Jeff Noble, someone I've come to know and respect through the world of blogging. In this post Jeff shares four points about missional imagination gleaned form another blog which I also follow called churchrelevance.com.
1. What am I doing that someone else can do?Train yourself to regularly ask these questions. If you do, you will develop better leaders, be a better steward of your time, and consistently be improving your ministry.
2. What do I need to be doing that only I can do?
3. Is there a better way to do what we are doing?
the parable of bullhorn man Conrad was my New Testament tutor when I was doing my masters degree some 17 years ago (sorry Conrad!)