To Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone…

David DavisOrganizational Life

(Part four of a four-part series examining Deloitte’s Business Chemistry®and its implications for faith-based organizations.) Calling. It is a pretty bold proposition.  There is a God who created this unfathomable ever-expanding universe; this beautiful breath-taking … Read More

After “Back to School”

Bailey ButtersChildren's Ministry, Youth and Young Adult Ministry

Last week I met with a group of weekday preschool teachers at Disciples United Methodist Church in Greenville, South Carolina who reminded me of how exciting and overwhelming a new school year can be for … Read More

Our Heart and Vision for the Next Generation

David DavisChildren's Ministry, Discipleship, General, Youth and Young Adult Ministry

At the Intentional Growth Center of Lake Junaluska, our passion is to serve people who serve God. We know that serving God is incredibly rewarding, but also challenging, so we want to help. This is … Read More

The Heart of the Matter: Integrators

Bailey ButtersOrganizational Life

Honest Abe

Part three of a four-part series examining Deloitte’s Business Chemistry® and its implications for faith-based organizations. David Lee Davis Encounter. They are the heartbeat of any organization. The first time I ever graced the door … Read More

Drivers Needed

Bailey ButtersGeneral, Organizational Life

(Part two of a four-part series examining Deloitte’s Business Chemistry® and its implications for faith-based organizations. To read part one, “Guardians of the Church Galaxy,” click here.) David Lee Davis, Executive Director Encounter. John was new … Read More

Guardians of the Church Galaxy

Bailey ButtersGeneral, Organizational Life

By Dr. David Lee Davis, IGC Executive Director This article is part one of a four-part series examining Deloitte’s Business Chemistry and its implications for faith-based organizations. Assume. They are often called “brake pedals” or … Read More

Two Summer Reads and Why They Matter

Bailey ButtersGeneral

For many, summer is time to kick back and read.  If you’re one of those people who like to mix a little professional growth with your summer downtime, I’d like to suggest two books.  First, … Read More