07/06/2017 by Chris Green
I’ve just watched a small team have a bit of a wobble. They didn’t crash – the event they planned went smoothly in the end, and no-one outside the team would have spotted that there was a problem. But there was, and it’s easily solved.
18/04/2017 by Chris Green
I keep a list of preachers I run through as I am preparing a sermon. Particular preachers have gifts and emphases I …
14/02/2017 by Chris Green
If our church took the approach of simply transporting a student-church model for training and equipping, we wouldn’t begin to resource our people.
18/11/2016 by Chris Green
Chip and Dan Heath tell a story of the computer chip company, Intel. Back in the 1970s Intel was well-known …
22/09/2016 by Chris Green
In every leadership task there’s an easy part and a hard part – and they just keep on coming
31/08/2016 by Chris Green
Another sailing cliché that you can mull on as you still enjoy the remnants of that holiday glow.
How can you tell if you’re positioned to get the best possible amount of energy from the wind, to get where you want to go?
You listen, and you look. Because – ‘a flappy sail is not a happy sail.’
25/08/2016 by Chris Green
Learning to sail was a deliberate exercise in getting out of my comfort zone. Way out. I say ‘learning to sail,’ meaning ‘starting to learn to sail’. Meaning, ‘learning how to capsize with good grace.’ Mostly. And get quite bruised in the process.