If you’re like me, this has been a busy month. Preparations abound for the biggest event of this year; Easter. Design work on special banners, invitations, Power Point slides and Web slides. The list is endless.
Having good people who share the burden is so important in these times. For me, in the midst of this hustle and bustle, finding the time to transfer vision, expectations, and urgency brings about its own set of issues. Will they, can they, how could they! Yet, I have found the key is perseverance.
Perseverance: the ability to keep on keeping on. You can’t do it alone. You must allow your volunteers to join you in the effort to make a difference in the lives of others and the church. It’s this joint effort that builds community, accountability, and the knowledge of what excellence looks like.
I’d like to hear your thoughts about what you did this Easter to get ready for the crowd you expect to come
Thanks for all who have supported the mission of PewLead these past years. 2017 promises to be our best year yet. Several new ventures and ministries are on the horizon. The next few months will bring them to fruition.
We pray your patience as we work through each initiative and work to produce a ministry product you can be proud of.
We will soon be starting a BLOG. If you are anything like us, there are some we subscribe to that has more hits than misses. But a lot of them are deleted without even a casual glance at the title. PewLead’s Blog will be different.
Yes, everyone says they will be different, but we mean it. We hate reading long blogs with great titles, only to find they were a lot of words. We like blogs that get right to the point. Short and Sweet!
So here is the first promise: PewLead’s Blog will be a 2 minute read. If you want to know or discuss more, we will have a link to another page or to our FaceBook Group. Blogs will be issued no more than once a week. Who else works around here? Time is valuable to all of us.
The second promise: If we promote or sale something…the price will be given by the third paragraph. No reading/or scrolling to the bottom of endless pages , testimonials, and promises. Upfront it will be.
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