Monday, October 18, 2021

Discipling the Next Generation by Geoffrey Graff

When we talk about discipling the next generation, there are three critical points to consider if you are to make the greatest impact in...

Seven Questions We Did Not Hear from Pastors Five Years Ago

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It is cliché to say the landscape of church ministry has changed in the past five years, but it is most definitely true. While...

5 Tips for Stepping Into Leadership In Seasons of Uncertainty

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In early 2020, we here at Vanderbloemen had the honor of working alongside Christian Heritage School as they searched for their new Head of...

How to See a More Hopeful Future Despite Seemingly Relentless Challenges

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hat’s next?! A common question today amongst leaders. How do we lead with authentic hope when the future seems so cloudy? You must first possess a...

When Leaders Get Hooked on Being Right

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You’ve been wrestling with a ministry challenge and you believe you’ve found the right answer. At the next board meeting you share your idea and...

The Seven Most Common Challenges for Churches In the Second Wave of Covid

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Do you remember the excitement when the data began to point to a waning of COVID? Hospitalizations were down. Deaths were declining. Offices and stores...

It Was Never About the Donkeys

Our trials often hold a greater purpose than what we can see and understand. God allows situations into our lives as tools in His...

Cutting Through the Noise for Gen Z by Ryan Cathers

I don’t know what night of the week your church holds its student ministry, but for us it’s on Wednesday nights. Let me just...

The 30-40-30 Hypothesis for the Post-quarantine Church

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Are we beginning to see an attendance pattern among churches in North America? During our weekly Church Answers team meeting, Chuck Carter raised this question....

Christlike Kindness Fuels Church Planting

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We expect church planters to have teaching ability, upright character, and solid doctrine, but do we equally value simple, Jesus-imitating kindness? We should, for...
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Leadership is rewarding and definitely worth it, but let’s be honest, there are many days when it’s no picnic. Typically, those days have something to...

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