Sunday, May 29, 2022

5 Ways to Build Trust with Your Team

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Without trust, a church staff or ministry team simply won’t function at its best. In a recent Harvard Business Review blog the author quoted some dismal statistics...

20 questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Considering Planting a Church

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Written by Dr. J. Allen Thompson, President of the International Church Planting Center in Atlanta, and coordinator of multicultural church planting for Mission to...

20 Things Pastors Should Not Love Too Much

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“Do not be excessively righteous or overly wise” (Ecclesiastes 7:16). I read somewhere that this was a favorite verse of Martin Luther, someone who apparently...

Contagious Churches by Jim Graff

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Are you praying for insight about how your church can impact the unchurched?  I remember thinking – “If our church ever becomes popular among the...

A Brighter Tomorrow Awaits Your Church

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If God can save any person, He can save any church. No church should die. Ever. Perhaps a church is far gone, deep into a toxic state...

4 Great Resources for Good Preaching

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I asked people on Twitter to share the characteristics of what they thought comprised a good sermon. I compiled their helpful thoughts and came...

Prayer—the Greatest Tool We Have

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“The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much” (James 5:16). No greater heartache occurs than when one of our children is suffering or experiencing...

6 Tips for Ministry That Reflects the Kingdom with Ej Hibbler

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Recently, we had the opportunity to sit down with EJ Hibbler, who works for Pine Cove Christian Camps. He was able to share some wisdom on...

Avoiding Ministry Failure: 5 Questions to Ask When You Do a Ministry Pre-mortem

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Ministry initiatives in the church often fail. A simple planning tool called the pre-mortem, however, can minimize ministry failure. In a recent post I suggested 7 good...

4 Principles to Elevate the Impact of Discipleship and Evangelism

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Every church leader has at least a slight bias toward either discipleship or evangelism; it’s part of how each of us is wired. Knowing...
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Nascar, Counseling, and the Mission of God

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One of these things is not like the others, right? But before we get to that, it’s confession time—I’m not a NASCAR fan. To...

Sail Into the Wind

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William Arthur Ward is known for the following quote: The pessimist complains about the windThe optimist expects it to changeThe realist adjusts the sails. As I read...

Five Real Reasons Young People Are Deconstructing Their Faith

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“Five Real Reasons Young People Are Deconstructing Their Faith” is written by Joe Terrell, a Millennial team member on Carey Nieuwhof’s staff who lives...