Negative tension is a strain on a team, but positive tension will stretch a team. The object is to rid a team of negative tension and foster an environment for positive tension. How is that done? The leader must immediately deal with the negative and never allow it to grow. I call this process the Barney Fife model, “Nip it in the bud.”
Last week we discussed what I believe is one of the biggest blunders we can make: taking the exciting message of the Gospel and making it drab and unappealing through lazy media design work. I’m certainly not advocating that we change the Gospel message, but I do believe many churches could stand to update their methods in how they share it. If we’re going to do all things well, to God’s glory, that includes the media design in our churches.
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He forms, then fills. He saves, then sanctifies. He purposes, then perfects. We have so much to learn from the One who could do it all in one step, yet doesn't! He loves the process - so should we. 🙂 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8LkGtrp4yU