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"ministry culture" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"What you're using also and i'm working also now on the public off. That is ill to in law a new public health and also thinking about this. Of course this public ross have been like this space for arkham and going back to romans for example. I mean this was very very important. And i was also thinking how can we. Yeah in the way work like this in this public boss. of course. It was very hard because the architects already had decided the materials and even the same level of kind of interference but at least now re trying to really implement materials that we lost for a very long time like i am also concrete but also numerals and one of the artists on working with She lives in london. I mean this is like the okay. She's using the plastic waste from the building side. We're collecting it all. And she's melting it into impressing them into these plastic sheets panels that we are also making into sculpture. That is also very very strong. Almost like stain glass windows very hard plastic. So i'm very curious how this will end up. But i think to ability test to do with connection and it has to do with time and thinking as he will say okay to things that are on your blow bio that i found about you that i wanted to know a little bit more about is you're on the lofton. International arts festival advisory board. Are you still on this board. Yeah okay because it said twenty nine t two thousand nine and it didn't say whether you ever left it or not say didn't know hyphen so what. What is the role of being part of an advisory board for an festival. Well it's has also to do with the history of this festival and because it was really started by artists in the region of the north. Then it someone took in initiative for joe so being international festival and then it's got the director and then in two thousand and nine. When i became involved was included into the north norwegian odd center which is an institution into but that covers the whole region and time because it has public funding. The government wanted festival also to be still autonomous within that institution so the also sent to actually set up an advice report to kind of develop the festival so they institution. That was a long developing the festival. There was an advisory board so the members have changed. I have been there all the time. But it's artists and curator's mainly that's on the advice report wait wait. Why have you been on the board the whole time but everybody else is changing around you. Everyone else okay. I'm like what what's the what's the thing you do know or the thing. They don't know. I think right now because i was supposed to also kind of step out of it now but the director of the center. He's leaving his job. So then i think maybe i have become this continuity then throw isn't but we need to continue to but because working with byron nelson festivals. This is also important because it doesn't have necessarily very long memory this type of organizing events. It's the problem. So i think maybe that's what i am on. This memory were the continuity. Okay great you. You also have this thing on there that i don't know anything about this. The nordic council of ministries culture and art program. I'm not from the region so to me. That's a completely foreign thing. What is this well. On the government to level the nordic countries has a kind of a they collaborate of course many levels but they also have the knowledge cultural fund which has to do with a seeing the nordic unity more than that there are different countries and to try to also communicate also to the rest of the world but also in the nordic countries that we have something in common that we have a history of agriculture..
"ministry culture" Discussed on ICYMI
"Pr apparatus and. I'm really curious about what's going to happen to their social media presence as their children become social media conscious and as these kids who have been born on the show as we've said and grew up on the show become able to run their own accounts and able to promote themselves are not like are they going to all embrace the easy transition into influence or culture like their family kind of has paved the way for them. Or are we gonna see. Some rebellion is rain gonna be like fucking orthopedic surgeon privately. Living her life yes seriously. I hope that north west just becomes an accountant. I feel like there's no like i the kind of mythology being around that child. I cannot imagine. She's going to be an accountant. I mean when you have a mom. That's kim an a dad. That's canyon. Can you really just become an accountant. Who's to say. I guess we'll have to wait and see but if you do north could you do my taxes. Okay that's a show. We will be back in your feed on wednesday so definitely subscribe. It's free and the best way to never miss an episode. Madison will be back for the next episode. So you know you'll get her sweet dulcet tones. Back r.i.p me are daniel. In the meantime leave a rating and review an apple. Podcasts give us five stars if you're so inclined and if you're in a group chat that asks for podcasts or dacians tell your friends about us if you've got you know every haliti television show that you wanna talk to us about an instagram post. That you think is about to break the internet or you just want to know what pushes drop us. A note at issue i i. It's dot com or follow us on twitter at who. Why am i underscore pod. I who i am is produced by me daniel. Schrader our supervising producer is derek. John forrest wick ministry culture editor and gay brought his editorial director of audio see online or not feel like. I didn't actually get enough bad jokes in this show. You don't worry. I'm still thinking about generational jesus christ. Hey i've got podcasts. I want you to try. It's called darkness. Diaries and it tells true stories from the dark side of the internet. Stories of hackers hustlers thieves and often. They come on the show themselves to tell their story firsthand. Check this out accidentally. Rob the wrong bank. The last time i was in beirut i wake up too loud banging on my door next thing i know the door flings open a shield and then guns pointed at my face You make it lists. It's it's not a matter of if it's just went. I was amazed working there that any challenge that would come to the folks at nasa or any of the developers. It was just a matter of time before they figured it out. He said i found a whole building. And i heard that. I i do next two weeks of my life. We're going to be completely different. You'll be blown away by these stories but only if you listen to dark net diaries..
"ministry culture" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"I talk to kathryn hickok. Who broke the story of germany's planned restitution of the benin bronzes this week. Anti dan hicks. He's book the british museum's tells the story of british colonial destruction and looting that led to the bronzes collection by european museums. Also this week event painting which had never been exhibited has just been sold at auction. We asked the newspapers malting bailey about the painting. I find out how it got on in the saleroom and in this episode worker the week. The artists ron begin talks about a work by test jerry. Before that i'm pleased to say that the first episode in a new series of other cost brush with is out now wherever you listen to your coasts in this latest episode. Judy merit to talks about her life and work through the cultural experiences. The most profoundly touched her and the artists novelists and poets and musicians who have influenced her. Subscribe to brush with to hear judy mary. To and listen out on wednesdays for further episodes now. Big news emerged from germany this week. It's foreign ministry announced that the country is moving towards the full restitution of the benin bronzes in its public collections. Which were looted by british troops in benin city in nigeria. In eighteen ninety seven. Germany is on course to be the first country to commit to returning bronzes nigeria permanently. According to andreas gergen. The head of the german foreign ministry culture department under the terms of the agreement which is not yet finalized. Germany would take part in archeological excavations in the region provide training for nigeria. Museum employee's and participate in the construction of a new museum in benin as well as restituting the looted sculptures and released in german museum collections. Gugans says he expects to wrap up the agreement by the summer in nigeria legacy restoration. Trust has been established to oversee projects including a new ben in institute the institute comprising a museum. An art gallery and a research institute is to be housed in a new building designed by the architect. David j it emerged on thursday. The university of aberdeen in the uk has agreed to return to nigeria alluded sculpture from benin becoming one of the first institutions in europe to commit to rested cheating winning bronze spotlight now falls on the other one hundred sixty museums that hope and in bronzes including another forty four in the uk. Not least the british museum. So how would they respond. I spoke to kathryn. Hickok the art and used correspondent in berlin anti. Dan hicks professor of contemporary archaeology at the university of oxford curator at the riverside museum there and author of the book british museums. Which tells the story of the benin bronzes catherine. This is a fast moving news story. What's the latest with. The latest is a statement from the foreign minister. Heiko maas makes it clear that is part of the policy of addressing the colonial past. He says it's part of an honest approach. And it's about justice so it's obvious that moves definitely afoot What we're talking about here. Is the government preparing the groundwork with nigeria together in order to pave the way for the restitution at some stage but obviously the restitution will have to be negotiated individually by the museums in question. Love the intent to rest These works was sort of expressed. Some time ago by the german government right. They talked about that. It was legally immorally. I'm justifiable but this is the first practical steps have been taken by the german government. Is that right. I don't think you can say that. No because the government has been funding. Providence research of last couple of years and providence research should lead to something at some point it is also setup contact had station in gemini for claimants to approach in to ask for information to be put in contact with the relevant people out the groundwork has been of the past two years has been done. And as he said that has been this agreement so the intent between the states and the and the government on the municipalities so the intent has been there for a while and this was just a matter of time. Actually so it shouldn't really be taking anyone by surprise but of course is because it's such a big deal right. yeah dan. Can you say something about that because you know it is big news this right because as your book details. There's been such reluctance from museums to in any way engaged with the idea of repatriation. That's why it's a main. I do think it's an incredibly important moment. The idea that we now have a german official. Who has undertaken a visit to nigeria in order to talk about the returns and also importantly the fact that the display in berlin is being talked about in a new language in terms of consent that we're gonna display african objects if we're allowed to we're going to ask actually that's incredibly important. It's interesting for many that this is coming from the germans. They were not from the british. So what do we make of this moment of the german reckoning with the empire that was built by the british a very very interesting. Yeah that's a really important point. Isn't it because it was british colonial acts that resulted in the banning bronte's now being spread throughout the world and can give a sense again. Dan of just how widespread they are because this is german museums. But they're across the world right. Yes exactly so. I think a lot of us source of often. Imagine there's all of the objects that were taken are in london in the position museum but in fact only about eight percents of the more than ten thousand objects that were looted by the sailors and the soldiers and the administrators indus incredibly chaotic the process where say two hundred individuals were simply seeking to enrich themselves into load these things up. You know to bring them back. So then they enter the market quite fast some of them although some actually are in the hands of the grandchildren offers men who took them but largely. They found their way into museums. And we're talking about hundreds where talking about forty five or so in the uk. We're talking about twenty five or so in the case outside of berlin of the germans. But i mean debit brahms's from saint petersburg to abu darby from los angeles lakers. So this is absolutely this is passed. I think for many nigerians. That's an incredibly important passive the fact that the arctic is everywhere and so we see and is there to to be able to celebrate this incredible artistic achievements. But that certainly doesn't mean that when they are asked to be returns we can somehow hang onto the old arguments of the universal museum. That says actually it's okay to hang onto these things onto not source of voca them back so that's part of what's going on at this moment where moving it out of only being about push museum catharine. Can you say something about what german museums are saying. Know what the foreign ministry's saying but what what about the museums and sells well museums themselves. Have been pretty careful about what they say at the moment. So we're not really hearing much from the museum's expect we will in the coming days and there will be sort of announcements about plans and so on my hun chair is. This is speculation that there will be a lot of exhibitions before they go back. And it's kind of like a chance to do a a sell out fast. Well tour if you like. And i think that a lot of people will welcome the chance to see them and from the nigerian perspective. I think that's also a good thing because as long as they are willing to wait for the extra couple of months to get them back. It's also appetizing away for benin city and for the new museum. That's going to be bad And so i hope that that's how it's viewed in germany. Is there any capacity among the museums to resist a directive by the.
"ministry culture" Discussed on ??Run The Jewelz Show??
"Strategies and fpu and so you won't want to miss our upcoming financial peace university class. Starting next wednesday is our first class for the winter season will be doing it in a winner More than likely in the fall in Will consider doing a summer class. So even if you don't get in this time. I highly suggest getting in. I'll be sharing some testimonies with a few of my graduates Students that have come to the class under meeting the facilitator and so you won't wanna miss out on. Fpu coming up. I think Marcus is still trying to get on. So we'll give him a little a little while to try to log back in but we are going to be talking about His story in his testimony in literally on being able to on no winter a cold or himself or within the marriage on that he was in and also knowing win too again. Shut it down and move on and so you will be hearing from marcus edwards tonight. Who is my special guests He's coming back all right now. Oh got him in to one. Marcus how you do you hear. His brother. don't hear you. He really well arabic. Gaza's giving you a short low introduction man while i was Giving some of the updates of what we have going off for smart jews This year we definitely went to Let people get introduced to you. Know folks definitely are interested in hearing your testimony in your story of being married and also You know went to hold versus the old your previous marriage and so i'll let you introduce yourself. Tell us where you're you're tuning in from in also tell us a little bit about your background. A man good evening. Everyone say happy new year to you Like to thank you for joining us tonight. Ms julia said monday. Ms marcus edwards. I'm right here in. at l. atlanta georgia originally from north carolina. I'm an apostle of culture ministry's culture with a k. And we spell it with a k. because we're bringing the kingdom to the culture and so we we truly thank god for doing in our lives and i met julian at the Conference that was held in november. And i was able to give my testimony and he heard the testimony and asked me to come up here in chaumont testimony with you guys. As said i was in a previous marriage of fifteen years eight of those years. I was without my spouse. She left me. And i had to stay in the marriage until god released me. You know when you are in the tests you don't think about the testimony you just in the fire of the moment of what you're going through. You don't think about how many people it can help when you go through it you just trying to figure out how to go through it day-to-day but during those eight years. I really found god to be my keeper. He kept me and you hear people say that. But it's like how does he keep you. Well it takes a life of discipline. I had to learn how to discipline myself and really shut my life down from a lot of things that was on the outside. Even though i had external voices speaking to me telling me you know you need to go ahead and end this marriage. I had to wait for god. So i stayed in it for seven years alone. And you're not reminding. God your says that it's not good for for too long and i that would that four seven long years seven and a half and i would come to a house that was empty but i was still married but i had to obey god's word and that was you know stay faithful first of all to god and also to the covenant of marriage in even family members. Were calling me crazy trying to figure out why didn't end it. Why wasn't i looking for somebody else. So dating someone else. After so many years of waiting and i tell them when god releases me then i'll be released and i'm telling you i learned how to pray during those eight years. I stayed in the word. I had to turn the way television. Everything and become a student of the word in really understood what david said when he says it was good. I was afflicted so that i might learn your law. Because they're those moments of affliction in those moments of being along and the pain of the test you know. I learned how to read the word in a learned about the true essence of the presence of psalm. Ninety one was the thing that kept me If so many of you have your bibles. So i'm not says he that dwells in the secret place of the most high shallow by under the shadow of the almighty and i found out that that secret place in prayer so i had to really develop prayer life. I had to really develop a consistent. Pro-life it wasn't enough for me to pray for fifteen minutes and it'd be okay. No because the pain of the sting of the of the of the test. I was going through would come back immediately so i had to learn how to stay on my needs for hours. Had to learn how to stay on my face for hours. I learned how to go fast. I mean the holy spirit will put me on immediate fast. Just so i can give over the The pain of the test and just like any other man. Yeah there were moments where your flesh rise up. But i had to stay in i had to discipline myself inbred and then i learned it in the scripture. The bible says that we overcome him by the blood of the lamb and the word of our testimony and also hebrews nine says that Our conscience is purged from dead works to serve the living god by the blood of jesus so i would find as many.
"ministry culture" Discussed on Are You Real
"Followers and no one was gonna see it and it wasn't gonna build up my platform an so i reject those like security guard backstage at a show in god's like i want you to pray for them and i'm going that doesn't no one's gonna see that that's not important person that's not a famous person and i and i write about in my book when jesus is on on his way to a heel 'em jairus his daughter jairus is a high ranking synagogue official i think an at that time you know the disciples were thinking gee is gonna be like this their savior from room they're thinking of him as a politically savior right right so they go dude you're gonna hear jairus his daughter he's a big deal let's do this thing like this is gonna up are ministry platform exponentially mentally well what happened on the way the huge heiresses daughter is bleeding woman touches jesus culturally making him unclean she gets killed she's already he'll bro in jesus stopped an easily coups touched me and the sackler like who touched you we don't have time for this you need to go healed jarrett's daughter 'cause he's a big shot he offers us power and prestige if you heal his daughter and jesus going yeah yeah yeah that's fine but you know this woman is just as important in fact i'm gonna stop even after she's been healed i'm gonna talk to her just so she knows that she is worth my time and then what happens jairus his daughter dies that the you know servants comes say i'm so sorry you're daughters died and the job there we go see you screwed it up jesus you just totally you miss this missed opportunity and just goes i work at she's asleep and will go mueller an to me that's like i wanna living in such a way that i view famous people and not famous people pull the same and that i am justice ready to minister to someone who doesn't offer me any kickback as i would be if i was you know praying for billboard magazine's daughter like the ceo billboard magazine his daughter you know what i mean right because i because it be easy for me to rank people in accordance with what they can offer me from my career and i think we do that a lot even in like church culture ministry culture and certainly in christian band culture and i want a heart where i'm ready to administer and someone who may even bring my career down her being seen with them because jesus did that too so mike i'm curious and you're obviously self aware of that you wrote about it in your book what have you done to transition from that because i say i think everybody struggles without i think it's natural what have you done a to counter that in order some of the things you're saying yeah yeah that's a great question so i write about in my look there's been experiences that god's sort of thrust upon me when i didn't even want to one is about this kid we ended up playing basketball west on this tour stop to was a mentally challenged and we didn't know it and so first were all groaning because we just ruined are basketball game time oregon after babysit this guy like honestly i would say just yeah great this berbick this is what i'm told what happened no we're like oh okay and then she like we start playing pick up game and he throws up three like half court shots in a row and they all go in and he's like he's not good like it's like a total it'll miracle god moment everyone everyone who was just you know ticked off that he was playing were like embracing each other and hugging and crying he's running around the gym script and so that that was the moment that god just like said no look i'm going to show you joy is waiting where you don't expect it 'em and.
"ministry culture" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Story borne from mouth to mouth through all the country past still is the burden song oh cruelty to steal my basil pot away from me this also morphed into another bit of cultural symbolism in italy if a woman placed a pot of basil on her balcony at might mean that she was ready for her suitor to arrive and if he showed up with a sprig of basil she had should know that he was serious well clearly i mean obviously you had to go get the basil yeah show up two step process and speaking of tragedies and basil if we skip way ahead to the nineteen eighty s a bulletin on herbs from the british ministry of agriculture labeled basil as being of quote little or no importance little or no importance right that is tragic it is why why would you say that they don't know british ministry culture what what what are you doing oh i think we're proving them wrong everyday everyday ever lives you and i are with one praise salad at a time and margarita pizza verde oh yeah that's that's the kind of interesting mishmash of i had no idea oh either that we're gonna be talking about scorpions so much xxx satan yeah well there you go there you go now you know and knowing's half the basil oh i'm just going to crawl under the desk after that one i'm sorry dylan is applauding quite enthusiastic ly he is thank you thank you dylan oh well that brings us to more or less the end of our basil episode but we've got some listener mail for you right after.
"ministry culture" Discussed on Next Level Worship Podcast
"For individuals on your team daily asking that God would just bring us together. Asking that God would open open hearts that we'd be receptive and together. We would go where he wants us to go. And we would make the biggest impact we can as a team and as a worship ministry in our church in in our community and I believe that God can do that through us. That worship is so important vital in people's lives and we have to understand it and we have to see God with all that we have and it's going to lead us to a place where Rican love others. Serve people with all that we have and I'm excited about the the fruit of that and CNN minister now where we're going looking forward to that so those are some excellent points and things. We can all do to help change culture the the end and on our worship teams. Whether we've been in our church for six months like Jordan has or maybe six years what Jordan shared with us today especially the part about praying for our team that applies and can make a huge difference in any team going forward Jordan before we close at our time today. I would like you to tell us about out an idea. You shared with our coaching class. A couple of weeks ago in fact has resonated so much that in my coaching calls with our individual students. I've had a couple of them say and I really liked. What Jordan said about the mentoring pairs? Would you tell us about that. Yeah I can definitely talk about that here at the end of the summer My team team will have finished for your praise so now in the future moving forward when a person comes and wants to be a part of the worship team pure praise is going to be a part of that process and so I will pay the new person with a person. That's on the current team. That's already been through pure praise and I'll ask them to do that together. And my hope with data build some great relationship that it would help this new person feel invested in involved in the ministry and understand hand Some of these basic ideas about what worship is and why we do what we do. And it's also an awesome opportunity for current team members to invest into somebody somebody else and to have someone that they are actively mentoring and pouring into great love that idea so Jordan would you pray now over our listeners. Mm Spray that the Lord will grant them wisdom encouragement. Yeah I would love to pray for the listeners. Today the blog readers so why why don't we take a moment here and let's do that together. I'm father we thank you so much for what we have in you. Thank you for for the mini ministries. That you've allowed us to be a part of download for each and every person that may be listening to this today reading this block today father. Pray a blessing on their lives that you would use something that was said here today to encourage something that was said here today to teach. I know Lord that This process has taught me so much. got we. Thank you for The way that you lead us as we seek take your will your vision for our ministries and for churches and we acknowledge that we need you. Lord we acknowledged that without you we have nothing and that Every steps gotta be your step and so we surrender to you. We want to walk with you. Would you show us the way forward and help us to accomplish daily or weekly thank you Lord for the way that you use us and work in. We love you so much when praise you Jesus name we pray Amen..
"ministry culture" Discussed on Next Level Worship Podcast
"That worship leaders are asking today. Our guest is a dear friend of mine and also a part of our staff next of a worship International. His his name is Jordan Hutton and he will be talking to us today about culture change on our worship teams before he joins us. I want to put a shameless aimless plug in for an event. We have coming up in October of this year. It's called the reimagined worship intensive. We've done these several times in in different cities. This year we will be in Louisville Kentucky. You WanNa go to our website to next level worship dot com slash reimagined. You want to check out this five. Five Day event that I promise you will impact your ministry. Perhaps more than anything you've ever been a part of. Has We say that. Because that's what we've heard from so many the people who have come to these intensive in the past. We don't sit in a classroom all day. No we get out and we go to different churches. We talk to different worship leaders. We also walk through a process evaluation of our own ministries. It's very customized. Just for you so you can focus on your team and get it alone with God and pull away and and hear what the Lord may be saying to you about how you can adjust your ministry for the next month in years to come so I can't can't build up enough. This is one of the most incredible events that we offer at next level worship. Please go to our website and check that out now. I want to introduce to Jordan Hutton. We Love Jordan. He is a worship pastor. Scot's Berg Indiana. He's doing a great job there. He is also our missions director in a League team member at next level worship. He's prepping right now for our August mission trip. It's a big job as we take a whole team of people and we go in for a full week and when we train over one hundred worship leaders from multiple countries and so that is what Jordan is working on now. He's a busy guy between his church work and this he he stays very busy Jordan not only helps us with missions. He's also an encourage her in our coaching program and from time to time. He's a guest in our classes. So Jordan welcome. Hey dwayne. It's great to be here with you today as well. I'm just looking forward to sharing a little bit today. And it was great to be in the coaching coaching class. Last week. Really really cool to see so many different people from different places all joining together online and August all kind of plug it for you real quick. If that's okay I I would love to invite anyone. That's interested in. Having some one on one coaching some Group Coaching coaching together where we can learn from each other. Definitely check out. What in L. W. is doing this coaching network is really neat? And I got to see it last week. Go see it before as well as a guest speaker before and it's it's just a really a really powerful thing and encouraging thing and I know that it will build you up and send you out to go and serve your church as a more equipped leader in a better place to serve all of your heart. Love God with all your heart to love others so definitely check out that coaching experience. And if you're interested in that I'm sure joined can hook you up. Oh thanks man. I appreciate that so I wanted to take just a snippet of that coaching class us. We talked for quite a long time. So one of the things that that I thought might be impactful to share. And it's just a thing that I've been trying to do in my own Ministry Mon Church and that's a build culture change and we talked extensively about it like I said but I wanted to highlight three things that I think are are important and things that I can do every week to build culture change range within my church in really within my worship team and and really figure out where we're going as a team and has shirt how we're going to accomplish that and so there's three things that come to mind when I think about how can I build. Culture change in the first is that I've got a cast vision to individuals. And that's only going to happen. Is I build relationships with individuals. That sounds good. Well how do you cast vision among your team so I cast vision to individuals that happens over lunches breakfasts Burger King that happens over Meetings meetings where we get to talk and sometimes that just happens through friendship As I build relationship with with the team that I'm working with and really get to know them even begin to love them into to serve them and to just realize that we're all doing this together as that relationship relationship forms and builds and you gotTa know that I've only been at my church for about six months and so that's a process that I'm trying to do a lot right now. As I build those relationships I can cast vision to individuals and I think as individuals pick up Where we're we're going it's really important to the overall of corporate vision and that's what I'll say next? So the second thing is not just talking to individuals. But I've got a cast division corporately and so one of the things. I'm doing right now as I tried to send out a weekly email really simple message by sent it to my whole group once a week and it just has some Some things and so. Maybe it has some prayer requests because I want to build a culture of Some team members that really genuinely care for one another and and support each other and so so I can throw some prairie some people in our team that that have some needs. I I can throw out some ideas of where we're going this coming weekend and our Sunday service. I can throw some things to be praying for For Church but but these emails wants wants a week. Just help us have this team unity and help us understand that. We're not just looking at ten years ahead but we're really weekly daily work in this out out and what are some things we can do this week. Try to send an email once a week. The second thing they're doing this summer as a group corporately with my team is to do a a Bible study together so we're using the book pure praise and it's a nine week study. It's GonNa take us just this summer to get through and so we just started that this week. Actually so we've been ramping up for that and getting ready for it this week we start up here. Praised Bible study and we have small groups that are going to be begin next week and they'll be talking about week one next week and so That's helping build this culture of change because I feel like we have to have a foundation Russian of God's word before we can really go anywhere and so we have to really understand what worship even is in the first place. We we have to do that as a team. So there may be individuals that feel really confident in that in there may be individuals that dull but as a team. We've gotta come together and really study. God's that's word figure out why we do what we do. And so I think corporately it's important for us to do things together Couple is doing that. Emails Bible Studies things that we can all do as a team as a group. The third thing that I have to do every week and really every day to build culture change in my ministry and Mike Churches to pray and that sounds Calica church word. It isn't so important it's so important. We have to be praying for our team. We have to be praying. For God's vision I I think it'd be so easy for me to come in the day for six months and try to go my own directions and do what. I think it'd be cool but I've got a really pray for God's Leading in every steps gotta be directed by him. So I've got to be praying for my team. I've got to be praying for God's vision and something that I've gotta do every day. Those are just some things that I'm doing right now to try to build culture change and you know depending on where you're at and what your culture is right now and where you WanNa go. Oh Man I just encourage you figure out some steps that you can do with individuals figure out some steps that you can take with your entire team as a group and and begin praying. Now for God's vision begin praying.