Jason Lehman

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guard against desensitization

3 ways to guard against desensitization

By Jason Lehman / June 11, 2018 / 3 Comments

We’re no longer shocked by the things we see. We live in a culture where we have such easy and consistent access to entertainment, information, news, etc. And in addition to easy access, the content we view on a regular basis is getting more and more extreme. The amount of violence, pornographic content, and profanity…

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When personal issues begin to impact organizational health

By Jason Lehman / May 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

Do you remember when you got your first car? When I was a teenager, I was eventually able to get enough money together, with some help from my parents, to buy my first truck. It felt like the greatest thing in the world. The truck was older and had some issues, but it was mine.…

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Being honest about your organization’s shortcomings… is it worth it?

By Jason Lehman / April 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

What do you do when you’re in a ministry that has really dropped the ball? You haven’t done a good job of helping the people you said you were going to help. Or maybe you, as a leader, feel like you’ve let your team down in some big way. Is there ever a time that…

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Developing Mentors

3 Ideas to Consider for Encouraging Mentors in your Organization 

By Jason Lehman / March 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

When I was in ministry years ago, I didn’t have good models for the type of ministry I was trying to do. There were things I was trying to figure out that I just didn’t have good examples for, which resulted in a lot of trial and error. This is common for anyone that’s trying…

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reignite your organizationals original vision

3 Ways to Reignite your Organization’s Original Vision

By Jason Lehman / February 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

Most nonprofits are initially built around someone’s vision to accomplish something that seems impossible. When people start organizations, when they pioneer down the path of this new venture, there are no restrictions in their mind. There’s simply a burning desire in their heart that says we’re going to make this big difference in the world,…

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3 Things You Need to Know About Donors

By Jason Lehman / September 19, 2017 / 0 Comments

Donors are a magical thing in the minds of most non-profits. Because of donors, your organization can accomplish what it needs to- what isn’t magical about that? For many of us, the donor doesn’t just represent money- they represent future, growth, opportunity, and movement. The more donors you have in front of you, the more…

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Ministries Should Think Like Entrepreneurs

By Jason Lehman / August 21, 2017 / 0 Comments

At Keenly Interactive, my job is to work with ministries. Big and small, local and international, building churches or educating children in Africa, I have the honor of working with such a variety of kingdom-changing groups. The past few years as I’ve been able to look behind the curtain of these different ministries, I’ve noticed…

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want to change the world

Does your organization want to change the world?

By Jason Lehman / March 9, 2015 / 0 Comments

So you want to change the world? Me too. I used to think it was a nice thing to say or aspire to, but over the years it has become a driving force in what motives me personally and professionally. I’m our idealist, where Todd tends to be our realist. I grew up in a…

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Your ministry story is important

By Jason Lehman / March 8, 2015 / 0 Comments

I recently asked someone to share their ministry story… They looked at me as though I was asking them solve a complex equation. They said: “I don’t have a story, I haven’t done anything important.”. This response was disheartening to me. Marketing is designed to give people the impression that they are important, yet sociologically…

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Stop Marketing and Start Inspiring People

By Jason Lehman / November 1, 2012 / 0 Comments

When you hear the word “Inspire”, what comes to mind? Do you have the picturesque image of an artist painting the sunset meeting a dark and vast mountain range? Or perhaps you visualize someone sitting at a spot-lit piano on a blacken stage on the verge of a masterpiece. Maybe it takes you back to…

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