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3) Innovation Event Promises to Help Ministry Staff Get Innovation Done

It is easier to talk about innovation than to actually implement it. That challenge is the focus of the 2nd annual Innovation in Mission Live Web Event on April 24. This free learning event for nonprofit leaders is designed to provide the tools necessary to begin implementing innovation in their organizations. Register at innovationinmission.com and hear from Carolina Salazar, JD Payne, Rob Wassel and Jon Hirst.

 

www.innovationinmission.com 

12) Understanding the Art of Change: Read this Free Paper

Did you ever stop to think just how much of our work depends on change? Think about it. If we want to help a not-yet-believer embrace the Good News about Jesus, we’re trying to persuade the person to accept a new world view. Then if they DO decide to shift their world view (just think what a big shift that is!), then we follow up by asking the person to shift to a new set of personal practices, disciplines, habits, and, oh yes, patterns of retelling what the person has just embraced. Yikes. No wonder this is so hard. : ) I wonder if Scott London’s article on “Understanding Change” would help give us a backdrop on this? It’s free at…

 

www.scottlondon.com/reports/change.html

 

Would you please scan it, then comment here as to how important you think these comments might be in helping us understand this huge transformation that has to happen? Then please click “Comment” following the web version of this item. God bless you for your thoughts!

 

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