Saturday, August 13, 2022

8 Reasons the Church Is a Light In a Troubled World

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Cultivating hope, expressing encouragement, and maintaining an authentically positive spirit are vital to your leadership. People need to sense your optimism as a leader. But...

Musings from One of the Best Books I’ve Read This Year-deep Church

I like to read, though I don’t read as much as I should. I’ll probably read 20 or so books a year and after...

In the World, Tribulation. but from Within the Church? Oh My.

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“In the world you will have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world” (John 16:33). We were expecting hostility from the world.  But...

20 Proven Ways to Improve Your Church Staff Culture

From the sermons to the tweets, your church’s staff and volunteers are the ones sculpting everyone’s experience at your church. A strong team culture...

The Apostle Paul’s Thorn: Prescriptive or Descriptive

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This week I led our staff devotions at our staff meeting and shared a thought about one of the Apostle Paul’s experiences. That morning...

The Pastor Who Teaches the Congregation to Pray

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Now, it came to pass, as He was praying in a certain place, when He ceased, that one of His disciples said to Him,...

How Healthy Is Your Generosity Culture?

5 Uncommon Giving Metrics That Reveal A Deeper Story Dan McConnell, Generosity Strategist, Generis  Rusty Lewis, Senior Generosity Strategist, Generis How healthy is your giving culture… really?...

Jack of All Trades, Master of One

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Written by: John Hindley  John Hindley (@John_Hindley) is the pastor of BroadGrace Church in Norfolk, England, and the author of Serving Without Sinking. He studied for ministry at Oak...

What Those In the Flesh Resent

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“For the mind set on the flesh is hostile to God, for it does not subject itself to the things of God, for it...

Ten Reasons Pastors Are Glad They Quit Vocational Ministry

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Last week we looked at some regrets pastors articulated about leaving their churches during “the Great Resignation.”  In this article, we look at the...
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How to Recruit & Retain Volunteers

This blog was written by Sarah Meggers, an Executive Search Recruiter at Vanderbloemen. So much happens in the church throughout the year. Small groups, weekly worship...

What My Schnauzer Taught Me About God

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I heard a muffled whimper come from the small cardboard box.  When I opened it and carefully cradled the tiny ball of fur, his...

The Community Is Not Coming to Your Church

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For decades, many church strategies have been built around getting people in the community to come to your church. Big events. Great signage. Social...