1. My church is a zoo…

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    11/06/2014 by Chris Green

    Tiger

    Half term, the boys off school, and we headed to the zoo.  Not one of the really big names, but …
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  2. The value of a keynote series of sermons

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    02/06/2014 by Chris Green

    focus

    My normal practice is to preach through a book of the Bible. The speed we’ll take it at will depend …
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  3. How Peter Drucker managed to be so productive and so generous with his time

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    26/05/2014 by Chris Green

  4. But if we go too far we might…

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    26/05/2014 by Chris Green

    Well, of course you might.  That goes without saying. The question is, are you likely to? And, do the risks …
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  5. Momentum

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    23/05/2014 by Chris Green

    spinning

    One of the questions I ask myself regularly each week, is how does this coming Sunday move ‘The Project’ on? …
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  6. The Treasure lies in the Text

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    21/05/2014 by Chris Green

    Yesterday I had the same experience, twice, in different settings. With a bible open in front of me, I looked …
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  7. Who’s in charge? The simplest and most important way to avoid chaos.

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    19/05/2014 by Chris Green

    I broke one of my cardinal rules last week, and my fellow team members paid the price for me.  I …
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