Wednesday, April 14, 2021

TOP ARTICLES THIS WEEK

When Wolves Come

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I believe one of the most neglected roles of pastors is protecting our flock from false teachers. We can spend all our energy and attention juggling many pertinent responsibilities with little thought given to an...

Changing Wineskins, Changing Methods – Part 2 by John Nuzzo

Over the last 25 years, we have operated in an Attractional Model of church, in which God was moving among His people to go out and reach the lost. Now, I would say that...

4 Pressures Every Leader Faces (and How to Overcome Them!)

To wish every situation would be filled with ease and peace is to be naive. When circumstances go sideways, stress hits us head-on. Hear me leader… You are going to face pain. People are going to leave...

My Favorite Bible Verses About Finding Purpose In Pain

I’m not normally one to cherry-pick verses from the Bible. I believe there is usually much more richness to be experienced in understanding entire passages and their context. I guess this is why I...

My Favorite Bible Verses About Finding Purpose In Pain

I’m not normally one to cherry-pick verses from the Bible. I believe there is usually much more richness to be experienced in understanding entire...

Changing Wineskins, Changing Methods – Part 2 by John Nuzzo

Over the last 25 years, we have operated in an Attractional Model of church, in which God was moving among His people to go...

The Fine Line Between Oversharing and Undersharing As a Leader

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This is a guest post written by Toni Nieuwhof.  Toni and Carey Nieuwhof met in law school and have been married for three decades....

The Fruit of Anger Is Almost Always Rotten

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If you’ve been a Christian for a long time, you’ve probably heard two distinct ideas about anger. The first is that anger is sinful...

When Wolves Come

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I believe one of the most neglected roles of pastors is protecting our flock from false teachers. We can spend all our energy and attention...

Leaders As Control Freaks

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A control freak refers to a person who must be in control of all things and people. This is the micromanager who nitpicks about...

3 Ingredients for Successful Pastoral Transition

Succession has always been certain, but COVID-19 has put it in focus like never before. There’s an old saying among many Catholics: “The only sick...

4 Pressures Every Leader Faces (and How to Overcome Them!)

To wish every situation would be filled with ease and peace is to be naive. When circumstances go sideways, stress hits us head-on. Hear me...

Why Your Words As a Leader Matter (far More Than You Think)

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Leaders, your words matter. More than you think. No matter how many or how few followers you have as a leader, your words matter. A...

The Courageous Leader: Now More Than Ever

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No one ever told Superman, “You be strong now.” Strong was his middle name. No one ever told Adrian Rogers, “Preach a good sermon now.” ...