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Merry Christmas 2010

Oh Christmas Tree

Merry Christmas! From my family to yours, we hope this season is filled with joy, peace, and laughter.

I hope your day is filled with:

1. Family

2. Friends

3. Food

4. Forgiveness

5. Celebration of Christ’s birth

6. Hope

7. Rest

8. Something special 🙂

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5 Hopes For The Church And Believers In 2010

As we prepare to close out 2009 and move into 2010 I’e been thinking about a post to close the year out. Unfortunately, I couldn’t think of just one- so here are my “5 Hopes.” They are as wide and varied as this picture.

Maybe I didn’t select the right picture, but it stood out for so many reasons. Often the church and believers are in a rapid current…where to- I wonder? Let’s keep our focus on God and leading people to him through Jesus.

1. I hope the church as a whole begins to be more of answer as opposed to constantly talking about the problem.

2. I hope the church becomes more of a place of change as opposed to competition.

3. I hope the church becomes more of a place that heals and helps as opposed to hinders and halts.

4. I hope believers around the world stand up for who we are as opposed to simply blending in for the sake of being called “relevant.”  

5. I hope believers impact culture more than being influnced by it.

What are your hopes for the church in 2010?

Posted via email from Dewitt Robinson


Four Simple Keys For 2010

I recently read an article about nine brands that were lost in 2009. Many of them are brands that we’ve come to (or had come to) recognize as a symbol of service and success. Not so, anymore. They are gone. We too, can be gone, if we’re not careful.

What happened? At what point did they begin to lose their influence? What warning signs did they ignore?

These are questions that needed to be answered. And maybe were, but they were recognized too late.

I’m sharing four simple keys that I’m employing to not lose out in 2010.

1. Pay attention to the people close to you. They can provide valuable insight. They may be the only people brave enough to tell you that you’re falling off a cliff and not worried about destroying your relationship with them.

2. Keep the pulse of relevancy. Stay current.

3. Always strive for ways to keep your customers and target audience.

4. Never stop learning and training to be the best in your area of expertise.

You can read the article by clicking here. What steps are you taking to stay sharp in 2010?

Posted via email from Dewitt Robinson


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