Top posts for January 2012

In case you missed them, here are my top ten posts for January 2012. I look forward to the time when I can recognize as well the top commentators of the  month, but Generous Matters isn’t there yet.  (Feedback comes to those who continue blogging, so I’ve been told.)

THREE IFS AND A WHY

If the post you appreciated most is missing from the list, I encourage you to add it in the comment box below, along with a word about what it meant for your work.  If you’re not already a subscriber to Generous Matters, I invite you to become one today.  If you appreciate the content provided my blog, please tell a friend (or two). Why? Because generous matters.

TOP PICKS IN JANUARY

Beyond subsistence: 8 basic business principles – part 1 (01/09/2012)

Beyond subsistence: 8 basic business principles – part 2 (01/11/2012)

My heart made me do it (09/26/2011)

Servant leadership and rugged altruism (08/24/2011)

Cadence, the 20 Mile March, and God’s abundance (01/04/2012)

If I had a rich board, deedle, deedle, dum (05/04/2011)

Mission fulfillment with economic vitality in King James English (01/02/2012)

My three words for the new year (12/30/2011)

The Penn State board’s response to crisis: a case study in the making (11/14/2011)

Comments

  1. Leroy Solomon says:

    Rebekah, I am a new subscriber, and deeply appreciated reading through the Top 10 posts for 2012. Looking forward to reading more! Thanks for your work in the whole area of being God’s stewards.

  2. It’s great to have you as a subscriber, Lee. As a valued advancement colleague, I look forward to your comments in the days ahead. I’ll be encouraged to keep writing, knowing that you are reading.

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