Category Archives: Leadership

Alaskans, Clergy, and Mandated Reporting 3 of 3

Alaska law should no longer remain quiet on this issue; we must bolster our clergy by giving them a mandated legal avenue to pursue justice, healing, and safety. Continue reading

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Alaskans, Clergy, and Manditory Reporting 2 of 3

For clergy this issue of confidentiality goes much deeper than just keeping secrets. As a doctrine of some faiths, clergy are obligated to maintain privileged communications. In Christian denominations this is especially true, where the idea of confidence is directly implied in the practice of confession. Continue reading

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Church Growth and the Pert Formula

The prospect of doubling in two years(8 quarters) is daunting for any church; however, using A=Pert we can provide a realistic set of goals. Continue reading

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Alaskans, Clergy, and Mandated Reporting 1 of 3

Because Alaska has struggled with the issue of child abuse by clergy for so long, I find it fascinating that we are on the short-list of states which have yet to address the issue of clergy-penitent privilege and the mandated reporting of child abuse. Continue reading

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The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: The Leadership Fable

I just watched a Summit Leadership Conference video of Patrick Lencioni speaking about the five dysfunctions of a team, great stuff. Lencioni brings incredible insight into the realm of organizational leadership with his edgy peronality. Check out his blog called … Continue reading

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