Healthy Leaders

“How” matters as much as “what” when it comes to training that transforms lives. Yes, content is key, but it falls flat if learners don’t fully grasp it. We at Entrust work with local Christians to discover locally sensitive and effective approaches to “how” to train leaders in and for the local church. Our friends at HealthyLeaders.com, who, by the way, often feature the writings of our CEO, David Goodman, often hold a closely similar view. Gain greater insight into Entrust’s understanding of instructional design through this 3-part series by HealthyLeaders’ Executive Director Malcolm Webber. (If you have time for only one installment, Part 3 most closely aligns with Entrust’s thinking and methodology; though the series builds the thought exceptionally well.)

You can find Part 1 here.

And Part 2.

2017 10 04 - HL

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Healthy Leaders

Family matters

No family is perfect. Not one. But God designed these multi-age, multi-need units for his good reasons. When families get out of whack (and they do), they can find guidance and hope in God’s word. Some Entrust staff focus on connecting couples, parents and kids with God’s ways. Healthier families nurture healthy future leaders in local churches. Learn more and discover how God can impact your (admit it, imperfect) family. Right here:

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Family matters

Care to guess

Two restrooms in Europe. One free, one you have to pay to use. Care to guess which is which?

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Yep, the – shall we say – less-than-5-star facility is pay-per-use. The ultra-shiny one, absolutely free. Far different settings, meant to meet the same basic need.

We have to adapt when we travel. Cultures, people groups, expectations, norms, constantly change as you move from place to place in this world, sometimes even a few kilometers from one place to another.

That’s why Entrust’s work looks vastly different in, say, South Africa, than it does in Hungary (home of one of the two restrooms in question). Multiplying (vastly different) leaders for (vastly different) multiplying churches. We adapt as we go, with the basics always staying the same.

Care to guess