Saturday, April 17, 2021

How to Unite a Divided People: 4 Keys to Leading In an Angry Era

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So you’re leading a more divided group of people than you ever imagined. And you’re leading them in a very angry era. Talk about complicated. People...

In-person Church Attendance Is Here to Stay (but 5 Ways It’s Changing In the...

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As things continue to change and the crisis we’re in drags on, you’re probably asking what’s going to happen to physical church attendance in...

The Well Placed Question – an Often Overlooked Leadership Tool

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As a pastor and a leader I guide the process to help our church set and accomplish goals, move us forward into a preferred future,...

Why You Need to S.t.o.p.

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I was recently listening to a podcast when the guest, Clint Longenecker, shared a method to get results. Clint used the acronym S.T.O.P. to...

5 Simple Questions About the Future Every Leader Should Be Asking Right Now

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Knowing what you should do as a leader in normal times is hard enough. As you may have noticed, these aren’t normal times. Trying to figure...

Rescued and Renewed

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Allow the Light of My healing Presence to shine into the deepest recesses of your being—cleansing, healing, refreshing, and renewing you.  Jesus Calling The year 2020 proved...

Do Pastors Have Blind Spots?

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Bill Hull, one of the most prolific writers on discipleship, shared a profound insight that stirred my heart. “At age 50 I found myself...

Don’t Forget to Take Care of Yourself

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The day started off like a normal day or so it seemed. I awoke to my alarm going off. From there, I got dressed,...

Afraid of Disappointing People? 5 Ways People-pleasing Is Starting to Hurt You In This...

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So, you probably want people to like you and your leadership. Who doesn’t? If we’re honest with each other, most of us in leadership prefer...

Belaying Leadership

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Whenever I think of winters in Michigan, I think of the great times I’ve had ice climbing. From the guys to the weather to...
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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...