Is it OK to fail? It certainly needs to be, because failure is a common experience for anyone in a faulted world. So how do you go about creating a culture for your ministry that accepts failure so that your team is empowered to keep trying for the sake of the Kingdom?

Is it OK to fail? It certainly needs to be, because failure is a common experience for anyone in a faulted world. So how do you go about creating a culture for your ministry that accepts failure so that your team is empowered to keep trying for the sake of the Kingdom?

Derek Hanna tells Scott Sanders that it begins internally, with the attitude you take towards yourself and the heart you present to God.

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Emotional Intelligence 2.0, by travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves

Strengths Finder 2.0 from Gallup

Respectable Sins, by Jerry Bridges

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