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Compassion For ‘The Least Of These’

December 10, 2018 – Austin Pryor  With Christmas fast approaching, churches and Christian relief organizations are encouraging us to have a charitable and giving spirit toward the poor. This is good. But may I suggest that care should be taken so the breadth of our compassion is neither too broad on the one hand nor […]

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Pitfalls Of The ‘Peter Principle’

December 3, 2018 – Rick Boxx  Years ago, the business world became captivated by a book called The Peter Principle, authored by Dr. Laurence J. Peter. The book focused on an common pitfall of leadership advancement: If we continually promote high performers, we will eventually advance them to a level of incompetence. In other words, […]

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Conforming – Or Being Transformed?

November 26, 2018 – Jim Langley  Have you noticed how easily we get caught up in doing things the way our culture dictates, becoming squeezed into the world’s mold? We find almost everyone conforming to the current trends, adopting the behaviors, values and beliefs endorsed by the entertainment media, popular books, the Internet and social […]

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Giving Thanks – For Everything

November 19, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Traditionally, the observance of Thanksgiving Day in the United States takes place on the fourth Thursday in November. That means this year it is being celebrated on Nov. 22, the earliest it is ever held. That means two things: the so-called “Christmas season,” which spans Thanksgiving to Christmas […]

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The Power Of ‘Listenership’

November 12, 2018 – Jim Mathis  When my wife and I sold our custom photo lab in 1996 and joined the staff of CBMC, my adviser, Ted Hubbard, an attorney and judge from England, gave us a five-year plan. He offered some sage advice, recommending I do nothing the first year but listen, meeting with […]

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What Successful Executives Do Differently

November 5, 2018 – Rick Boxx  Leadership consultant Ron Carucci, appearing in a Harvard Business Review video, claims that 50-60 percent of executives fail in their first executive role. Because of this, Carucci studied successful executives to find what they did differently from those who did not succeed. He discovered four key factors. The first […]

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Equipping Marketplace Ambassadors in Africa

Zimbabwe, Burundi, Congo DRC, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania – what do these countries have in common? In recent months almost 100 CBMC Leaders were trained in the basics of CBMC: Evangelism, Discipleship, Coaching and helping others to hear their calling in the marketplace for ministry. Paul Johnson and Patrick O’Neal as well as […]

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Time: Friend or Foe?

October 29, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  In the business and professional world, as well as other areas of life, time is somewhat of a paradox. When facing an inflexible deadline, time seems to move incredibly fast, escalating our stress levels. But when we are anxiously awaiting an important decision – perhaps a job promotion, […]

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CBMC in the Middle East

God’s Hand is moving in the Middle East–specifically in Dubai, UAE. Recently Jim had the opportunity to meet with Christian Business and Professionals there regarding the opportunity of establishing CBMC in this marketplace country. During the CBMC event held there recently, Jim had the privilege of praying with three people who chose to follow Jesus. […]

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Being A Person of Positive Influence

October 22, 2018 – Jim Langley  Several years ago I attended a CBMC conference where the keynote speaker was Dr. Tim Elmore, a best-selling author, international speaker, and president and founder of Growing Leaders, a non-profit that helps emerging leaders, with the belief that each person is born with leadership qualities. Elmore offered nine principles […]

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