Saturday, April 17, 2021

5 Tips for Developing Your Church Plant’s Worship Team

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A worship leader’s job is to get people singing of the goodness of the Lord. God’s people have much to celebrate, so lifting our voices...

First Steps to Faith

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I care as much about your tiny trust-steps through daily lifeas about your dramatic leaps of faith. You may think that no one notices,...

The 7 Steps to Implementing Lasting Diversity Efforts at Your Church

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THE 7 STEPS TO IMPLEMENTING LASTING DIVERSITY EFFORTS AT YOUR CHURCH If we expect the workplace to encourage and embrace diversity, let’s talk about why...

Debunking the Myths of Disability In the Workplace

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This blog is part 2 of a 3-part series we’re releasing on disability diversity by guest author, Tracy Minish. Tracy has worked at NASA...

Growing Elders for Your Church Plant: a Gradual Strategy

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Many churches create a culture that revolves around their pastor. He’s expected to preach all sermons, mediate every dispute, oversee each program, and generally...

How to Prepare for the Eternal Day

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Eat, drink and be merry.  For tomorrow we die.” If there is no eternity and this life is all there is, why not do everything...

5 Benefits of Church Planting with the End In Mind

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Few things are more fun and satisfying to me than demolition work. I recently tore out a wall to begin remodeling our kitchen. I...

Impatience Is a Battle and Here Is How to Win

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Everyone has a private battle.  Sometimes our biggest battle is beneath the surface.  For me, it is impatience. I feel like every problem can be...

Pursuing a Future Shaped In Gospel Unity

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In part 1 of this series I discussed our doubly historic moment. “But Doug,” you might ask, “why are you bringing this up? Why does all...

How Do I Trust God When It Seems He Didn’t Come Through?

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Trust is like a staff you can lean on as you journey uphill with Me.If you are trusting in Me consistently,the staff will bear...
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Pastor, Make Peace with Lowliness

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Every church planter expects to begin from a place of lowliness. But rare is the church planter who makes peace with lowliness. I’m not talking about...

The “measure Up Mentality” In Today’s Church

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I’ve served in full-time ministry for over 38 years in churches in many places in the U.S.: the south, the southwest, the far west...

Becoming a Disciplined Leader

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As a leader, you have a certain set of standard for those you lead. Those standards basically revolve around your followers being disciplined. My question...