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D6Days Open Live stream notes 2015

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Here are some of my brief notes from just the two opening speakers of the D6Days. I must admit that I am so thrilled to see so many ministries starting to give some type of free goodies like this. Thanks to D6 and their generosity toward many of us who may not have been able to get to you. I can tell you that your generosity has potentially helped you in securing my attendance Sept. 16-18, 2015

Here is the run down of speakers for the next day on May 7th, 2015:

Session 3: 9 AM (CST)

“Fighting Disillusionment in the Church”
– Sarah Cunningham

“Social Media, Technology, & the Family”
– Brian Housman

“Avoiding the 6 Major Dysfunctions Parents Face”
– Michelle Anthony

“How to Train Your Volunteers to Serve Parents”
– Ryan Frank

“The Gift of Ritual”
– Sarah Cunningham

“A ‘Pitcher’ of the Source in Marriage”
– Ted Cunningham

Session 4: 1 PM (CST)

“Breaking out of the Family Crazy Cycle”
– Emerson Eggerichs

“Creating a Safe Environment Parents Can Trust”
– Heidi Hensley

“The Younger Generation in the History of Revival”
– Richard Ross

“The Doctrine Behind Family Ministry”
– Timothy Paul Jones

“The Value of Real-Life Connection”
– Lydia Randall

“The Power of Parents”
– Yancey Arrington

Again, D6 thanks, here is looking forward to seeing everyone jump on tomorrow for the last day.

Meet The #OC15 Blogging Team | Orange Leaders

Source: Meet The #OC15 Blogging Team | Orange Leaders

Orange Conference 2015 will be starting soon. If you want to get to know some new and old bloggers alike that will be covering all things Orange, then click on the source link above.

Make sure you have downloaded the app as well to take in the live streaming for those of us who can’t be there in person.

Here is a quick snapshot of those who will be covering #OC15 if you have had a real hard day and clicking on the source link above is more than what you have in you at this time.

Children’s Ministry

Jenny Funderburke, @jen_funderburke and JennyFunderburke.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Jonathan Cliff, @jonathancliff and JonathanCliff.com
Kenny Conley, @kennyconley and ChildrensMinistryOnline.com
Matt Norman, @kidminmatt and It’sPastorMatt.com
Tom Bump, @ptbump and PTBump.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Yancy Richmond, @yancynotnancy and YancyNotNancy.com

Middle School Ministry

Elle Campbell, @ellllllllllle and ElleCampbell.org (will be blogging during OC15)
JC Thompson, @jcisonline and JCisOnline.com (will be blogging during OC15)

Youth Ministry

Aaron Buer, @aaron_buer and AaronBuer.com
Ben Read, @benjaminread and YouthMin.org (will be blogging during OC15)
Chris Parker, @ChrisParker0 and LifeofAYouthPastor.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Elle Campbell, @ellllllllllle and ElleCampbell.org (will be blogging during OC15)
Jeremy Zach, @jeremyzach and ReYouthPastor.com
Jonathan Cliff, @jonathancliff and JonathanCliff.com
Michael Bayne, @michael_bayne and ParentMinistry.net (will be blogging during OC15)
Ryan Reed, @ryanreedme and RyanReed.me (will be blogging during OC15)
Terrace Crawford, @terracecrawford and TerraceCrawford.com (will be blogging during OC15)

NextGen / Family Ministry

Frank Bealer, @fbealer and Lead3.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Jessica Bealer, @jessicabealer and Lead3.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Joe McAlpine, @joemcalpine and JoeMcAlpine.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Jonathan Cliff, @jonathancliff and JonathanCliff.com
Michael Bayne, @michael_bayne and ParentMinistry.net (will be blogging during OC15)
Nick Blevins, @nickblevins and NickBlevins.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Pat Rowland, @pdrowland and PatRowland.com
Ryan Reed, @ryanreedme and RyanReed.me (will be blogging during OC15)

Leadership

Brian Dodd, @briankdodd and BrianDoddonLeadership.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Dexter Culbreath, @dextext and Dexistence.com
Frank Bealer, @fbealer and Lead3.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Jessica Bealer, @jessicabealer and Lead3.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Jonathan Cliff, @jonathancliff and JonathanCliff.com
Matt McKee, @mattmckee and MattMcKee.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Nick Blevins, @nickblevins and NickBlevins.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Pat Rowland, @pdrowland and PatRowland.com
Rob Cizek, @RobCizek and RobCizek.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Ryan Reed, @ryanreedme and RyanReed.me (will be blogging during OC15)
Tom Bump, @ptbump and PTBump.com (will be blogging during OC15)

Parenting

Jenny Funderburke, @jen_funderburke and JennyFunderburke.com (will be blogging during OC15)
Jonathan Cliff, @jonathancliff and JonathanCliff.com
Pat Rowland, @pdrowland and PatRowland.com
Tom Bump, @ptbump and PTBump.com (will be blogging during OC15)

Technology

Matt McKee, @mattmckee and MattMcKee.com (will be blogging during OC15)

Church Staffing

The Minister Search Team, @ministersearch1 and Minister Search Blog

Nuggets taken from Seeds conference prt. 2

seeds conference 2015

This year attending the Seeds conference via Live StreamPass was great. It cost my church a fraction of the price for me to go and attend, travel, food, Hotel etc.. Instead I was able to watch from many places of my choosing ranging from a couple local coffee shops, to my porch.

Just as if I was there I picked up some great nuggets of wisdom, insight, and definitely quotable tidbits. I want to list some more of these below and hopefully you will find them as good as I did. You can also go to my first post with even more goodies that I picked up over here

* Good people rarely leave healthy organizations. @patricklencioni

* Teamwork allows us to build the healthiest possible organization.

* Jesus is LIFTED UP when you do things with excellence!

* How to make your church healthy:
1. Cohesive leadership team
2. Create clarity
3. Overcommunicate clarity
4. Reinforce clarity

* Discipline 1 of creating a healthy organization – Establish a cohesive leadership team

* Discipline 2 and 3 of creating a healthy organization – Create clarity and over communicate clarity.

* Over communicate clarity, people need to hear this over and over.

* People need to be reminded more than they need to be instructed. @patricklencioni

* Vulnerability is the best opportunity for growth. This only happens if the leader goes first

* When people in your organization can be emotionally buck naked with each other, it changes your culture for the better.

* “A healthy organization is one where people come and know that there’s NO politics.”
-Patrick Lencioni

* What makes Chick-fil-a special is not the sandwich it’s the culture.

* “People walk through walls of fire for leaders who know who they are.” @patricklencioni

* When we don’t recognize constructive conflict as good, it ferments conflict around them as people.

* You need to be competent, not perfect.

* If you have people who aren’t willing to grow then you have to be willing to let them go #leadership #churchgrowth

* If people don’t WEIGH in on a conversation/issue, they won’t BUY in. So don’t just SHARE info w/your people, let them SHAPE it.

* The primary source of accountability is the people on your team, not the leader of the team.

* Behavioral accountability trumps result accountability in #leadership & healthy #organizations.

* “As leaders we have to have the courage to hold leaders accountable for their behavior.”

* Minister upward, with the same love and dignity as we “minister-downward.”

* “My department is fine, your department isn’t my concern” it just takes one hole to sink a ship!

Nuggets taken from Seeds Conference prt.1

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I am getting the opportunity to attend the Seeds conference via a Stream Pass thanks to the wonderful technology we have today and a great church of mine that allows me to do just this.

When you settle “your calling” that poison of bitterness and restlessness will be released

“If your pastor was everything you wanted him to be, he still wouldn’t be enough for you.”

You might be in the place you are because it’s not about God changing your leader but God changing YOU.

When you see yourself connected to something bigger than yourself, you’re more generous. Give more. Serve more. Honor more.

Develop a “habit” of being thankful!!!

Spend time daily “thanking” GOD for your Leadership, lean into thankfulness.

An isolated life sees what you’ve done… A thankful life sees what’s bigger than you!

Thankfulness is ALL about being connected. Realizing that something you have didn’t come from you. (via @whitneygeorge)

“The devil didn’t think I was too young to learn stuff, but the church did.” @Willie_George

“The people you admire aren’t necessarily more talented than you. They’re just more disciplined than you.” @whitneygeorge

“We often want the gold but we don’t want the process to get there” @whitneygeorge

Your generosity will change / increase when you stop seeing yourself as the source.

Create experiences that people want to repeat. @whitneygeorge

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