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March 5, 2020

Leadership

Today, CrossChurchSchool.com welcomes guest writer, Calley Causey. Calley is a Resident Minister in the Cross Church School of Ministry serving in the C3 College Ministry, Fayetteville Campus. She is from Garland, Texas and graduated from the Texas A & M University. Over the last few years in the different outlets of ministry I have been […] MORE

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March 2, 2020

What is Leadership? – Look to the Artist

Today, CrossChurchSchool.com welcomes guest writer, Mary Richardson. Mary is a Resident Minister in the Cross Church School of Ministry serving in the Missions Ministry, Springdale Campus. She is from Rock Hill, South Carolina and graduated from North Greenfield University. As a current student in the School of Ministry, a recent college graduate, a pastor’s daughter, […] MORE

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November 15, 2019

Where Do You Fit?

Today, CrossChurchSchool.com welcomes guest writer, Charles Matlock. Charles is a Resident Minister in the Cross Church School of Ministry serving in the Missions Ministry, Springdale Campus. He is from Gonzales, Texas and has served in several ministries over the years. In this post I would like to explore two questions; ‘What is leadership’ and ‘Where […] MORE

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November 11, 2019

Reflections on Leadership Lessons

Today, CrossChurchSchool.com welcomes guest writer, Cris Oliviera. Cris is a Resident Minister in the Cross Church School of Ministry serving in the Missions Ministry, Springdale Campus. She is from Fagundes, Brazil and studied at Paraiba State University Brazil. Since I surrendered my life to Jesus 16 years ago, I have been serving in my church. […] MORE

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November 7, 2019

Leading with Integrity, Self-Discipline, & the Bearing of Burdens

Today, CrossChurchSchool.com welcomes guest writer, Luke Humphrey. Luke is a Resident Minister in the Cross Church School of Ministry serving in the C3 College Ministry, Fayetteville Campus. He is from Arlington, Texas and graduated from the University of Arkansas. Every time I think about leadership, I find myself getting lost in one detail after another. […] MORE

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