Not Going “Back”

Kim Porter August 11, 2017
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It happened just a few weeks ago.  I was wasting time, walking around Target, looking for the hidden clearance corners. My husband says I can “sniff them out” f... read more

Leading With Humility

Kim Porter August 11, 2017
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Usually the words “humble” and “leadership” are not readily matched together. Humbleness implies meekness, lowliness and submission. Even the Webster’s Dicti... read more

When Manager and Minister Collide

Kim Porter June 27, 2017
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In the world of church leadership, there are numerous hats that leaders end up wearing.  Many times, the art of balancing pastor, administrator, counselor, creative... read more

Stage Design On A Budget

Kim Porter June 26, 2017
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When it comes to stage design, money matters. Unfortunately, when you are a part of a smaller church and have a low or non-existent budget, money matter even more.  Mo... read more

How To Unplug From Leadership

Kim Porter June 25, 2017
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One of the times of the year my family looks forward to the most is our annual camping trip to Lake Michigan. We sleep in a tent, cook around a campfire and spend a week wi... read more

Spread The Word

Kim Porter June 24, 2017
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Over the past few years, social media has exploded in its ability to influence, increase sales and expose companies as never before.  It has become one of the first so... read more

Cultivating Community

Kim Porter June 23, 2017
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And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the ... read more

How God Worked In Haiti

Kim Porter March 6, 2017
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Todd, Kim, Hannah and their sponsor child, Gildine. This past month, my husband, Todd, our daughter, Hannah, and I traveled in with a team of nine to Saint Louis Du Nord, Ha... read more

When You Don’t Know It All

Kim Porter May 26, 2016
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Six years ago, I stepped into a role I didn’t feel even slightly prepared to take on.  My husband, Todd, and I had came down from the Detroit area with our kids s... read more

A Lesson From A Haitian Prison

Kim Porter February 8, 2016
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Just about two weeks ago, myself, my husband and eight others, loaded onto the back of an old pick up truck and headed on a forty-five-minute trek down dirty, rocky roads t... read more