Five Factors That Limit Deliverance Ministry Effectiveness

Over the span of more than fourteen years in deliverance ministry, I have witnessed a broad spectrum of results in my sessions with clients and seminar attendees. There have been many wonderful testimonies, partial victories and (sadly) sometimes there is little good fruit that results.

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Timesheet Lawyers and the Billion Dollar Swindle

To begin, let’s review how a lawyer will typically bill you or his/her advice. Consider a $500 per hour lawyer. At that charge rate, you’d expect the lawyer to deliver at least a 7 out 10 in terms of professionalism and of course the more you pay, the more your expectation that your deliverables and legal outcomes will tangibly be worth the money you’ve paid. But wait, lets tote up the costs of this lawyer and see if you math holds up to introspection.

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Beyond Marketing – How Lawyers Can Close More Sales and Get More Clients

The “M”-word (marketing) is now part of law firm culture, albeit usually still spoken by attorneys in hushed tones. The business development or “BizDev” concept is creeping slowly into the vocabulary as well.

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