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  • Questions Jesus Asked - The Spiritual Cafe
    Gospel Concerts July 25 2015 October 28 2014 July 26 2014 May 9 2014 October 2013 July 2013 October 2012 Individual Local Selections Cafe Youtube Channel TheLICSC Dinner Buffet House Specials Corps Officers Local Leadership Virtual Tour Photo Albums History Written History Pictorial History Properties Older Pictures Anniversaries Christmas Mission and Value Statements Governance Chef s Specialities What is Truth Recent Meditations Past Meditation Series What Do You Believe Questions Jesus Asked Series Who is Jesus What if Christmas Never Ended Past Meditation Questions Leadership Minute With Maxwell Planning A Journey for Growth Laws of Leadership Leadership Bites Prayer Prayer Requests Prayer Partners Weekly Worship This Week s Worship Video Archives 2016 Weekly Worship Archives January 28 2016 Weekly Worship February 4 2016 Weekly Worship February 11 2016 Weekly Worship 2015 Weekly Worship Archives 2014 Weekly Worship Archives 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Corps Officers Nov 2012 Dec 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Guest Speakers Weekly Specials Ministry Profiles Youth Ministries Seniors Ministry Emergency Services Foodbank Television Ministry Web Ministry Volunteers Men s Ministries Woman s Ministries Heavenly Desserts Chat Time A Personal Faith Story Featured Chat Time Video Recent Faith Experiences How to be a Christian Basic Christian Beliefs Journey to

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  • Who is Jesus? - The Spiritual Cafe
    The Gospel Singers Various Artists Gospel Concerts July 25 2015 October 28 2014 July 26 2014 May 9 2014 October 2013 July 2013 October 2012 Individual Local Selections Cafe Youtube Channel TheLICSC Dinner Buffet House Specials Corps Officers Local Leadership Virtual Tour Photo Albums History Written History Pictorial History Properties Older Pictures Anniversaries Christmas Mission and Value Statements Governance Chef s Specialities What is Truth Recent Meditations Past Meditation Series What Do You Believe Questions Jesus Asked Series Who is Jesus What if Christmas Never Ended Past Meditation Questions Leadership Minute With Maxwell Planning A Journey for Growth Laws of Leadership Leadership Bites Prayer Prayer Requests Prayer Partners Weekly Worship This Week s Worship Video Archives 2016 Weekly Worship Archives January 28 2016 Weekly Worship February 4 2016 Weekly Worship February 11 2016 Weekly Worship 2015 Weekly Worship Archives 2014 Weekly Worship Archives 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Corps Officers Nov 2012 Dec 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Guest Speakers Weekly Specials Ministry Profiles Youth Ministries Seniors Ministry Emergency Services Foodbank Television Ministry Web Ministry Volunteers Men s Ministries Woman s Ministries Heavenly Desserts Chat Time A Personal Faith Story Featured Chat Time Video Recent Faith Experiences How to be a Christian

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  • What if Christmas Never Ended? - The Spiritual Cafe
    Singers Various Artists Gospel Concerts July 25 2015 October 28 2014 July 26 2014 May 9 2014 October 2013 July 2013 October 2012 Individual Local Selections Cafe Youtube Channel TheLICSC Dinner Buffet House Specials Corps Officers Local Leadership Virtual Tour Photo Albums History Written History Pictorial History Properties Older Pictures Anniversaries Christmas Mission and Value Statements Governance Chef s Specialities What is Truth Recent Meditations Past Meditation Series What Do You Believe Questions Jesus Asked Series Who is Jesus What if Christmas Never Ended Past Meditation Questions Leadership Minute With Maxwell Planning A Journey for Growth Laws of Leadership Leadership Bites Prayer Prayer Requests Prayer Partners Weekly Worship This Week s Worship Video Archives 2016 Weekly Worship Archives January 28 2016 Weekly Worship February 4 2016 Weekly Worship February 11 2016 Weekly Worship 2015 Weekly Worship Archives 2014 Weekly Worship Archives 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Corps Officers Nov 2012 Dec 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Guest Speakers Weekly Specials Ministry Profiles Youth Ministries Seniors Ministry Emergency Services Foodbank Television Ministry Web Ministry Volunteers Men s Ministries Woman s Ministries Heavenly Desserts Chat Time A Personal Faith Story Featured Chat Time Video Recent Faith Experiences How to be a Christian Basic Christian

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  • Meditation Questions - The Spiritual Cafe
    Artists Gospel Concerts July 25 2015 October 28 2014 July 26 2014 May 9 2014 October 2013 July 2013 October 2012 Individual Local Selections Cafe Youtube Channel TheLICSC Dinner Buffet House Specials Corps Officers Local Leadership Virtual Tour Photo Albums History Written History Pictorial History Properties Older Pictures Anniversaries Christmas Mission and Value Statements Governance Chef s Specialities What is Truth Recent Meditations Past Meditation Series What Do You Believe Questions Jesus Asked Series Who is Jesus What if Christmas Never Ended Past Meditation Questions Leadership Minute With Maxwell Planning A Journey for Growth Laws of Leadership Leadership Bites Prayer Prayer Requests Prayer Partners Weekly Worship This Week s Worship Video Archives 2016 Weekly Worship Archives January 28 2016 Weekly Worship February 4 2016 Weekly Worship February 11 2016 Weekly Worship 2015 Weekly Worship Archives 2014 Weekly Worship Archives 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Corps Officers Nov 2012 Dec 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Guest Speakers Weekly Specials Ministry Profiles Youth Ministries Seniors Ministry Emergency Services Foodbank Television Ministry Web Ministry Volunteers Men s Ministries Woman s Ministries Heavenly Desserts Chat Time A Personal Faith Story Featured Chat Time Video Recent Faith Experiences How to be a Christian Basic Christian Beliefs Journey

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  • Leadership - The Spiritual Cafe
    9 2014 October 2013 July 2013 October 2012 Individual Local Selections Cafe Youtube Channel TheLICSC Dinner Buffet House Specials Corps Officers Local Leadership Virtual Tour Photo Albums History Written History Pictorial History Properties Older Pictures Anniversaries Christmas Mission and Value Statements Governance Chef s Specialities What is Truth Recent Meditations Past Meditation Series What Do You Believe Questions Jesus Asked Series Who is Jesus What if Christmas Never Ended Past Meditation Questions Leadership Minute With Maxwell Planning A Journey for Growth Laws of Leadership Leadership Bites Prayer Prayer Requests Prayer Partners Weekly Worship This Week s Worship Video Archives 2016 Weekly Worship Archives January 28 2016 Weekly Worship February 4 2016 Weekly Worship February 11 2016 Weekly Worship 2015 Weekly Worship Archives 2014 Weekly Worship Archives 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Corps Officers Nov 2012 Dec 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Guest Speakers Weekly Specials Ministry Profiles Youth Ministries Seniors Ministry Emergency Services Foodbank Television Ministry Web Ministry Volunteers Men s Ministries Woman s Ministries Heavenly Desserts Chat Time A Personal Faith Story Featured Chat Time Video Recent Faith Experiences How to be a Christian Basic Christian Beliefs Journey to Calvary s Cross Spiritual Food Links Faith and Friends The Salvationist Salvation

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  • Planning A Journey for Growth - The Spiritual Cafe
    that the group has a potential that the sum of the individuals don t possess Working as a team requires allowing the group to have a greater influence Effectiveness and productivity increases as individuals take ownership of the organization s mission and goals Week Five Planning for Growth To be the greatest influence and to reach the maximum growth for you personally and for your organization requires planning and affirmative action Do you have a personal growth plan Does your chruch or organizaiton have a plan for growth If not Why not The most effecient growth is intentional Start your plan by answering the question Why do you exist Think about it How do you want to make a difference When you discover this you will be on your way to identifying your purpose in life Write it down communicate it The statement you made when you wrote down your purpose is a Mission Statement A mission statement tells the reason why a person or group exists It is a broad statement with a long term focus that is easily understood and communicated MISSION STATEMENTS SHOULD BE DONE IN A GROUP OF ALL STAKEHOLDERS To Develop a mission statement 1 Identify and reflect on successes write them down see if there is a common theme 2 Decide on your Values What things are basic to what you are If the list is long choose several that are of the most value to you Values are the highest priorities your group holds They are the qualities you see as being oood and worthwhile 3 Think about how you might be able to make a difference Write your thoughts and reflect on them 4 Write one statement that best describes what you are all about Week Six Writing Value Statements Value statements are statements that describe the ways you or your group will act Value statements are clear and to the point When identified and written they must be shared and lived They are the guide you will use to carry out your mission Look at what you said you valued in step 2 when developing your mission statement Write each of them in the form of a statement If you said you valued prayer a value statement might be Prayer is the foundation of all activity Do this for each of the things you said you valued The values statements you write will serve to remind you of what is important to you Write the list of value statements and display them in a prominent place Communicate them to everyone who has an active interest in your mission Each time you embark on a new effort or ministry look at what you believe and reflect on whether or not the new effort or direction demonstrates what you believe Remember your Value Statements and Mission Statement should be always before you guiding your steps Don t rush this process Because these statements are the result of group input everyone should take ownership

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  • Laws of Leadership - The Spiritual Cafe
    are willing to act on what they believe to be right Intuitive leaders know the importance of casting vision for the organization and acknowledge the need to work with others to achieve the vision Partners in teams with intuitive leaders should trust the leaders ability and work to support them in their vision Law 8 The Law of Magnetism The law of magnetism says Who you are is who you attract The most significant factor in attracting good people to your group does not depend so much on what you want but who you are Every leader has some magnetism The greater your charisma the more and better equipped followers you can attract Not all leaders attract others in the same way Some attract because of their intellectual ability some attract on an emotional level and others follow because they will to do so Truly effective leaders attract in a combination of ways Magnetism can be a good thing or it can be a bad thing It depends upon how the leaders uses it We should follow leaders whose motives and goals add positive value to the team and the mission It is important to attract both like minded and complementary followers We need team members who can share a common vision and have a mutual expectations You need individuals who are eager to contribute to the cause and are people of commitment The level of magnetism never remains the same If you magnetism is low you can be encouraged by the fact that magnetism can be improved You can take steps to nurture a vision improve communication skills gain experience improve character and deepen faith Strive to be a magnetic person Law 9 The Law of Connection The Law of Connection says Leaders touch a heart before they ask for a hand It is a mistake to communicate mainly though the group The stronger the individual connection is the more likely it is that the person will want to help the leader It is the responsibility of the leader to make the initial step in making the connection As the connections are made loyalty increases work ethic blooms and the vision becomes the team s vision Connection involves giving of one s self We need to check our motivation before we engage others in the vision Personal gain is not a basis for team building Selfishness and insecurity lie at the basis of human failure We need to be grateful for what we receive and be willing to share in success We must realize that leadership is a privilege With privilege comes responsibility We become responsible for continued personal growth and for the growth of others Connectivity is necessary for growth The more we connect the greater influence we possess When we give others give in return Being open to meeting the needs of others draws them into wanting to assist you in meeting your vision More success is achieved through a team effort than by individual effort alone Consequently success is magnified through improved connectivity Law 10 The Law of the Inner Circle The Law of the Inner Circle says A Leader s Potential Is Determined by Those Closest to Him Potential is determined by the sum of the potential of the team members In fact potential is more than the sum total of the potential of the team members The team can achieve more together than separately Leaders need to find the best people they can find help them grow and be willing to deligate as much as you can to them Associating with the right individuals can add great value to your team Inner circle qualities include influence networking nurturing empowering and resourcefulness People of strong character can help you keep on the right course Energetic people can help cover up a host of flaws There is no substitute for intuitive responsible competent and loyal supporters Always take a good look around before you decide there aren t enough leaders to make up a valuable inner circle When God wants you do accomplish a task He always supplies the people needed to get the job done Law 11 The Law of Empowerment The Law of Empowerment says Only Secure Leaders Give Power to Others Successful leaders are empowerers We must work to develop others to take our positions Ironically the way to become indispensable is to become dispensable Effective leaders add value to others If we wish others to become all they are intended to be we must eliminate barriers which hinder their progress Empowering others isn t a difficult task It just involves putting others first Start by expressing belief in people This may require taking chances Look for the potential in others and help them to see it as well Leaders always remember the person who believed in them Endorse people to other leaders One of the best things you can do as an empowering leader is to sing your people s praises to others This simple action can build confidence in the person and establish credibility for him in the eyes of others By doing so you increase his sphere of influence Being an empowering leader requires taking steps to help a potential leader reach his potential Become an example for the potential leader and guide him in plannning his own personal growth Establishing personal growth goals and implementing a good modelling procedure are tools to assist you Law 12 The Law of Reproduction The Law of Reproduction says It takes a leader to raise up a leader If a mission is to continue leaders need eventually to be replaced The best person to perpetuate the leadership is the present leader In fact one of the legacies of an effective leader is the ability to replace himself in his leadership role The first step in replacing yourself is to identify and recruit the right potential replacement Your replacement will be an individual who has the hunger and giftedness for the role When such

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  • Archives - The Spiritual Cafe
    Pictures Anniversaries Christmas Mission and Value Statements Governance Chef s Specialities What is Truth Recent Meditations Past Meditation Series What Do You Believe Questions Jesus Asked Series Who is Jesus What if Christmas Never Ended Past Meditation Questions Leadership Minute With Maxwell Planning A Journey for Growth Laws of Leadership Leadership Bites Prayer Prayer Requests Prayer Partners Weekly Worship This Week s Worship Video Archives 2016 Weekly Worship Archives January 28 2016 Weekly Worship February 4 2016 Weekly Worship February 11 2016 Weekly Worship 2015 Weekly Worship Archives 2014 Weekly Worship Archives 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Corps Officers Nov 2012 Dec 2013 Weekly Worship Archives Guest Speakers Weekly Specials Ministry Profiles Youth Ministries Seniors Ministry Emergency Services Foodbank Television Ministry Web Ministry Volunteers Men s Ministries Woman s Ministries Heavenly Desserts Chat Time A Personal Faith Story Featured Chat Time Video Recent Faith Experiences How to be a Christian Basic Christian Beliefs Journey to Calvary s Cross Spiritual Food Links Faith and Friends The Salvationist Salvation Army Today Youtube Ministry Resources SA Ministry Resources Other Salvation Army Corps Children s Menu Cafe Clips TheLICSC Visitor s Comments Leadership Bites Leadership Bites is a series of leadership thoughts for reflection and discussion Reflect on This Week s Featured Thought share your input with other visitors Contribute to the conversation by completing the Leadership Bites Discussion Blog To access the form click the tab below Leadership Bites Discussion Blog This Week s Featured Thought Why are YOU here Leadership is a privilege to better the lives of others It is not an opportunity to satisfy personal greed Mwai Kibaki A wise man once said if you are holding a leadership position for benefits such as money and power then you are in it for the wrong reason True leaders thrive on moulding

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