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120808–George Hach’s Inner Disciplines Journal–Wednesday


Matthew 7:28-29 After Jesus finished speaking, the crowds were amazed at his teaching, 29  for he taught as one who had real authority—quite unlike the teachers of religious law. The teachers of religious law (religious scholars) often cited traditions and … Continue reading

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The Trainer’s Spiritual Relationship.


The Trainer’s Spiritual Relationship. The greatest available source of strength and wisdom for Christian leaders/trainers is – the Holy Spirit, who guides and dwells in the life of each believer.  Also, the Bible describes Jesus Christ as the Wonderful Counselor.  … Continue reading

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The Trainer’s Sexuality


The Trainer’s Sexuality Whenever two people work closely together towards a common goal, feelings of interest and warmth often arise between them.  When these people are of similar background, and especially when they are of the opposite sex, the feelings … Continue reading

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The Trainer’s Vulnerability


The Trainer’s Vulnerability Training would be easier if we could assume that every trainee wanted help, was honest, and would cooperate fully in the training.  Regretfully this does not always happen.  Some trainees have a conscious or unconscious desire to … Continue reading

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The Trainer’s Effectiveness


The Trainer’s Effectiveness Is it possible for every Christian to be an effective trainer or is training a gift which is reserved for selected members in the body of Christ?  According to the Bible all believers should have compassionate concern … Continue reading

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The Trainer and Training


The Trainer and Training Training, of course can be very gratifying work, but it doesn’t take long for any of us to discover that training also is emotionally draining, hard work.  It involves intensive concentration and sometimes brings feelings of … Continue reading

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The First Contact


The First Contact There are times when your email comes in, and you sense a situation is clearly an emergency, and crisis measures are necessary.  There are other times when someone does need help, but it isn’t a situation that … Continue reading

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The Process of Training


The Process of Training Training is not a step-by-step process such as baking a cake, or even preparing a sermon.  Each trainee is unique – with problems, attitudes, values, expectations and experiences that are unlike any other.  The trainer (whose … Continue reading

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The Techniques of Training


The Techniques of Training Training is primarily a relationship in which one person, the trainer, seeks to train another human being on how to have a better “Quality of Life“.  The trainer’s needs are mostly met elsewhere and he or … Continue reading

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Guidelines for Effective Training


Guidelines for Effective Training *  When you are asked, “What do you think I should do?”  Reserve your comment until you are certain that you have the complete picture. The greatest single failure of inexperienced leaders is to jump to … Continue reading

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