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O primeiro e único Podcast sobre Revit do Brasil, com processos de trabalho, dicas de uso e alguma coisa a mais. Siga no Instagram: @revitcast Eu, Erick, gravo o Revitcast em todos os momentos em que tenho algum tempo livre para compartilhar conhecimentos, espero que aproveite e que agregue valor para você. Compartilhe! 🏆
 
Sales domination podcast for the new economy. Revenue Love is the brainchild of Jonathan Hinshaw, an industry expert and trusted mentor within the digital marketing and web agency community. Jonathan is an international business and sales expert who has crafted sales training programs for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, entrepreneurs and success-minded individuals.
 
The Revitalize the Total Woman Podcast empowers women in the corporate world, stay-at-home moms, new female entrepreneurs, and women in business thrive in every area of life - spiritual, financial, social, physical and mental health, and so much more. Podcast will feature quick empowerment messages, words of encouragement, interviews, entertainment, and the like.
 
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Kevin and Thom look five years into the future to project what good church leaders will look like then. They provide insights about some steps you can take now to be that great church leader. In part two, they review the basics that have not changed, and why they must be the leader’s focus. Acts 6:4 is still the priority. Learn to lead your church …
 
Friday, June 24, 2022, will be a date long remembered as the nearly 50-year precedent of upholding abortion as a constitutional right in the United States was overturned. 50 years. That’s a long time. So long, in fact, that it may be a case in which most never really thought the day would come. This week on the Church Revitalization Podcast, we loo…
 
In any church we often hear people quote a theologian or scholar on a particular subject of the Bible. This is an acceptable help often in getting the point across. However, when we see people quote these men more often than the Bible or on equal footing, we have to question if the person really knows their Bible. Do they idolize the theologian/sch…
 
Kevin and Thom look five years into the future to project what good church leaders will look like then. They provide insights about some steps you can take now to be that great church leader. In part one, they share what you need to know about this new culture to lead in it. It’s a post-cultural-Christian world. Your community or neighborhood must …
 
It’s been well-documented that the tenure of pastors has been decreasing for some time now. A recent Barna study looked into some reasons that pastors consider quitting, and we think there are solutions to these issues. In this episode of The Church Revitalization Podcast, we tackled the top seven reasons that pastors consider quitting the ministry…
 
We often hear from church leaders who desire to know exactly what success looks like in a church revitalization. The word “success” is loaded and tends to evoke a lot of emotions. In this three-part series, Mark and Thom provide clarity and guidance about this term. In the third episode, they look at revitalization successes that cannot be precisel…
 
If marriage isn’t difficult enough, try doing ministry together. Ministry places intense pressure on marriages. At the same time, ministry together can be extremely rewarding and impactful. In this episode, we'll dive into some of the unique challenges and opportunities created by ministering as a couple with our guests, Pastors Matt & Heidi Messne…
 
We often hear from church leaders who desire to know exactly what success looks like in a church revitalization. The word “success” is loaded and tends to evoke a lot of emotions. In this three-part series, Mark and Thom provide clarity and guidance about this term. In the second episode, they look at why numerical growth is not always a measure of…
 
The purpose of your worship service is to lead people to live in awe and obedience to God. Are your worship services declining and failing to accomplish their purpose? You don’t need to be cool or have the most innovative worship service in your town. Every church, regardless of tradition, style, or liturgy can work hard to eliminate worship servic…
 
Today Jenny is joined by Kate and Leah to discuss the pros and cons of hiring in-house versus an agency. You may have reached a point in your business where you’re seeking external help on your PR & marketing, and it can be a daunting decision to make when there are so many options out there. Listen for an in-depth discussion around the benefits of…
 
We often hear from church leaders who desire to know exactly what success looks like in a church revitalization. The word “success” is loaded and tends to evoke a lot of emotions. In this three-part series, Mark and Thom provide clarity and guidance about this term. In the first episode, they look at myths of church revitalization success. 1. It’s …
 
Ever cringe from bad theology on social media? We’re talking about combating that today on The Church Revitalization Podcast. To read today's show notes, visit:Ever cringe from bad theology on social media? Pastors spend hours every week writing sermons, preparing lessons, and making sure the church is spiritually healthy. Yet even with all of that…
 
In this three-part series, Kevin and Thom look at the new research from Church Answers detailing how churches are growing since the pandemic. In this third part, they provide an overview of five of the key actions churches are taking to grow in a post-COVID world. 1. Leading key church members to face reality 2. Developing a rhythm of conversion ou…
 
May 24, 2022 - Last week, Guidepost Solutions concluded and released their report on the ongoing Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) sex abuse scandal, and the results are not good. In fact, what was uncovered is disgusting and infuriating. What does all this mean for your church? In this episode, we talk about two primary points. To read today's sho…
 
We wrap up our series on the value of a Co-Op experience for students pursuing engineering careers with a conversation about the transition from Co-Op to a professional engineer. Alex Fischer, an Assistant Project Manager at The Christman Company, and Alex Frazier, PE, a civil engineer with Hurley & Stewart, are both former SME Co-Ops and tell us h…
 
In part two of our three-part series on the value of a Co-Op experience for students pursuing engineering careers, Aaron talks with Case Vanderheide and Danielle Rand. Both Case and Dani were Co-Ops at SME in 2021, and are back for the summer of 2022 as interns to pick up where they left off. Each of them has had unique Co-Op experiences and share …
 
Our three-part series on the value of a Co-Op experience for students pursuing engineering careers starts with Dr. Steven Sachs and Tyler Kimmel from the University of Pittsburgh. Steve is an Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Academic Coordinator in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Tyler is an Engineering and Professio…
 
In this three-part series, Kevin and Thom look at new research from Church Answers detailing how churches are growing since the pandemic. In this second part, they provide insights into the attitudes of leaders among the growing churches. 1. The acceptance of reality 2. The focus on conversion growth 3. A renewed focus on the community 4. Walking a…
 
It’s an exciting time for a pastor and a church when a changing of the guard is in motion. With all the greatest trust in the Lord to direct these relationships, humanity is still flawed, so mistakes are made or red flags overlooked. In this episode, we discuss three ways in which the onboarding process of a new pastor can help ensure a long tenure…
 
In this three-part series, Kevin and Thom look at new research from Church Answers detailing how churches are growing since the pandemic. In this first part, they provide an overview of the research and the primary characteristics of the “other” churches — churches that are declining. 1. The nature of the research. 2. A review of issues of accelera…
 
Are you a details person? Do you thrive in an environment with clear rules and guidelines? You might be a C-Type (Conscientious-Type) leader. There are a lot of helpful tools for understanding your personality. At The Malphurs Group, we regularly use the DiSC Assessment. In this multi-part article and podcast series, we are exploring the primary Di…
 
As observed by Aldag and Fuller (1993), the groupthink phenomenon seems to rest on a set of unstated and generally restrictive assumptions: The purpose of group problem solving is mainly to improve decision quality Group problem solving is considered a rational process. Benefits of group problem solving: variety of perspectives more information abo…
 
In this three-part series, Mark and Thom look at nine of the greatest fears of those leading church revitalization. These issues apply to those already leading revitalization and those considering revitalization. They will do a deep dive on three issues in this special series. Overcoming the Fears of Impatience, Finance, and Burnout 1. Overcoming t…
 
Do you value stability and loyalty? Do you avoid decisions that could lead to conflict? You might be an S-Type (Steady-Type) leader. There are a lot of helpful tools for understanding your personality. At The Malphurs Group, we regularly use the DiSC Assessment. In this multi-part article and podcast series, we are exploring the primary DiSC types …
 
Taken from the Wiki Irving Janis identified three antecedent conditions to groupthink:: High group cohesiveness: Cohesiveness is the main factor that leads to groupthink. Groups that lack cohesiveness can of course make bad decisions, but they do not experience groupthink. In a cohesive group, members avoid speaking out against decisions, avoid arg…
 
In this three-part series, Mark and Thom look at nine of the greatest fears of those leading church revitalization. These issues apply to those already leading revitalization and those considering revitalization. They will do a deep dive on three issues in this special series. Overcoming the Fears of Inadequacy, Conflict, and Misalignment 1. Overco…
 
Type I: Overestimations of the group — its power and morality Illusions of invulnerability create excessive optimism and encourage risk-taking. Unquestioned belief in the morality of the group, causes members to ignore the consequences of their actions. Type II: Closed-mindedness Rationalizing warnings that might challenge the group's assumptions. …
 
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