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CBMC South Africa

Following the CBMC National Convention in Zimbabwe, Jim traveled to South Africa (Johannesburg and Cape Town). During his time in Johannesburg, he shared with many CBMC Teams for a time of encouragement and training. He also had an opportunity to share during an outreach event of 40 participants with three decisions for Christ. We praise […]

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1st National CBMC Convention: Harare, Zimbabwe

CBMC Zimbabwe started in 2007 with the support and encouragement of CBMCers from South Africa. Today, they have three teams with 12 “Pauls” and 20 “Timothys.” Several weeks ago Jim traveled to Harare, Zimbabwe for the 1st CBMC National Convention.  The time of CBMC Training, worship, prayer and fellowship was an encouragement to the teams. […]

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The Virtue of Exceeding Expectations

October 15, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Often people in business deal with a temptation to do the bare minimum, to satisfy the requirements but not go the “extra mile” in serving the customer, the supplier, or even the employee. Such thinking, however, can be very short-sighted. Not to mention self-centered, rather than others-centered. Contrary […]

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God Is Working In Japan

Recently Jim and Emily Firnstahl traveled to Japan (specifically Kyoto, Osaka and Tokyo) to meet and encourage the CBMC Teams in each city. While there Jim spoke to 5 groups, including an large outreach event in Tokyo with our new CBMC Japan Chairman, Aoki. God blessed and two people proclaimed faith in Christ during this […]

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The Underappreciated Gift of Rest

October 8, 2018 – Sergio Fortes  Recently I spent an entire Saturday at home doing…nothing. I had planned to go to the beautiful park of the small Brazilian town where I live, and stroll among its giant trees, lakes, and open areas where some families enjoy friendly picnics. For some reason, I could not do […]

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Effective Leaders Embrace and Nurture Change

October 1, 2018 – Rick Boxx  Writing in the Harvard Business Review, Edith Onderick-Harvey discussed what she called “five behaviors of leaders who embrace change.” She expressed the view that 70-90 percent of mergers and acquisitions fail to meet their objectives often because of the reluctance of leaders to accept and embrace necessary change. Since change […]

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What Followers Expect of Their Leaders

September 24, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Most leaders have specific expectations. They often communicate, whether orally, in writing, or both, what they expect of those that report to them. They provide job descriptions, set goals and objectives, and determine the parameters that define when, where and how they are to perform their job responsibilities. […]

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Feeling Impatient in the ‘Waiting Room’?

September 17, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Do you like having to wait? If you do, you are a rare individual. Most of us find waiting a great source of annoyance, frustration, even fear. We do not like waiting for a traffic light to change or finding ourselves stuck in traffic. When goals are delayed, […]

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Even in the Workplace, We are Made to Worship

September 10, 2018 – Jim Mathis  It seems all human beings are designed to worship something, even within the scope of our professional lives. We seem to require having an object for our affections if we are to be whole, to be complete.Some people worship sports or a particular sport, team, or player. They know […]

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Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding

September 3, 2018 – Rick Boxx  If you are like me, you spend a lot of time seeking wisdom for the many work decisions that need made. And I think you would agree that knowledge and understanding also are important to the decision-making process. I have found it interesting to discover many verses in the […]

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