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Today, I am announcing some changes. I hope you find them helpful.

After reviewing the reading habits of our blog subscribers, our Growing Leaders team decided that my blogs should take on a slightly different flavor:

  1. Except for once a week, my blogs will be shorter and designed to be read more quickly.
  2. I will consistently share ideas, stories and solutions intended to offer practical help as you lead kids.
  3. I will write more content that benefits you, directly, as a reader.
  4. I will mix up the applications for the variety of readers who subscribe.

I am excited about these improvements. I trust you’ll find them easier to digest, put to use and even pass on to your colleagues.

Now—can I do something else for you? I’d love to hear what you’d like to read about. If you have a minute, can you reply below with topics or issues you’d like me to research, interpret and furnish some ideas you can practice as you lead students?

Beginning tomorrow, you’ll see the improvements and…I hope…you’ll benefit from them daily.  If you don’t subscribe yet, feel free to click here to do so.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts! Leave a comment below.

3 Comments

  1. Lynn on August 20, 2012 at 9:19 am

    Tim, Could you please talk to divorced parents about how they can influence their kids with godly values when they do not receive the support from the other co-parent. When one parent is interested in producing holy children and the other aligns themselves with worldly values, kids have mixed loyalty and will often take the path of least resistance. Thank you.

  2. Lennon Scott Noland on August 20, 2012 at 10:34 am

    Tim, I’d love to learn more about helping students find and serve from their strength zone.

  3. Alan on August 21, 2012 at 3:54 am

    Hi Tim, I’d love to hear and learn about how others have multiplied leaders who have gone on and multiplied leaders so that there is continual growth and development? I think it is healthy for people to ‘work themselves out of a job’, but how do you do it in a healthy way? Thanks!

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