Here’s an email I sent out to Elders and Deacons at Crestview based on a DVD series we’re watching entitled Dangerous Calling with Paul Tripp:
Here’s a short email I wrote to Leadership Reno County Alumni this AM:
My 6/25/13 email based on Paul Tripp’s Dangerous Calling book to elders and deacons of Crestview Bible Church:
My 6/24/13AM email to Leadership Reno County alumni:
Here’s the email I sent to Leadership Reno County alums today on engaging unusual voices:
Here’s the email I wrote to Leadership Reno County alums today, entitled “Hearing Voices.”
Here’s the email I wrote to the elders and deacons of Crestview today, following up on a meeting we had going over Tripp’s Dangerous Calling DVDs.
Hope you have a great week.
Here’s my email for the week to leaders at Crestview from Paul Tripp’s book, Dangerous Calling:
Here’s the email I wrote to Leadership Reno County Alumni on Monday, 4/22:
Good morning. First off, welcome to the new alumni that have been added to our list. We had a great event last Thursday at KFSA. Thanks again to everyone who made that happen. As we mentioned at that event, the Leadership Reno County Alumni Associationwebpage is now live. Also, if you are on Facebook and haven’t “Liked” us yet, head over to the LRC Alumni page and give us a like and you’ll receive updates there.
Wanted to put out a quick word on the mission of LRCAA: “To facilitate the connection of alumni of the Leadership Reno County program in order to manifest continuous civic leadership development and involvement.” From start to finish what both LRC and LRCAA are about is civic leadership development and involvement. We believe that if people are connected and tied to one another with a common purpose, we will be able to achieve progress on the issues we care about most deeply. It isn’t all pies and pizza, though (insert whatever thing you like). Engaging in acts of leadership is risky. It will require continuing to adapt our leadership skills and taking smart risks. But it’s amazing to be a small part in the progress of things we care about.
So, let’s think purposefully for a sec and continue to be about the work of helping our community make progress one baby step at a time.
With you to that end…
Here’s the email I wrote to Leadership Reno County Alumni on Monday, 4/15: