Monday, June 21, 2021

4 Lessons New Communicators Need to Learn Before Taking a Major Stage

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By Dillon Smith Raising up new communicators can feel like navigating a minefield. There is a tension that anyone trying to invest in the next generation...

5 Ways to Get Feedback without Crushing Your Feelings

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I admit it, I can be a little sensitive to criticism. Whenever I’m finished giving a sermon or talk, you know what I really want...

The 3 Kinds of People In Every Church

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In Judson Edward’s book, The Leadership Labyrinth, he describes 21 paradoxes in ministry. He defines the ‘relationship paradox’ in this way: the people who...

Seven Things We Should Celebrate Regularly In Our Churches

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What you celebrate, you become. And today we discuss ways churches can celebrate how God is working in them and through them. Some highlights from...

9 Common Ways Companies Waste Money

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Looking for ways to cut company expenses? There could be ways in which you’re wasting money that you hadn’t even realized. Here are just...

Is Multisite on the Downslope?

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Recently, some high profile multisite churches made the decision to un-multisite. For a variety of reasons, their ministry strategy has shifted from “one church in...

5 Preaching Trends That Will Shape the Future

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In a culture where everything’s changing, so is preaching. Sure…the message never changes, but the method has to if you want to be effective. What worked...

8 Reasons Why Church Change Is so Difficult

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Wise leaders and pastors understand that lasting change requires individuals to change first before an organization will change. Your change won’t last or will...

Seven Reasons Why We Need to Move Beyond the Church Size Debate

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It is predictable. Any time I write about anything dealing with church sizes, some of the discussion degenerates into a debate about the best size...

Getting Clear on the Brand

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Kem Meyer and I have been friends and colleagues for a long, long time. Way back when, I hired her to fix our website...
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Remember Fubu?

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In the 1990s, FUBU apparel was a “must-have” for socialites and young people in my context. The four-letter acronym solicited varying measures of accolade...

Setbacks Aren’t Permanent. Sometimes They’re Needed

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Aweek into my training for the Grand Rapids Marathon I’m running to raise money to help children in Africa have access to clean water...

Finding Yourself In a Surprise Succession

Succession can be a difficult process under any circumstances, but sudden and unexpected succession can be much more challenging to navigate. Surprise successions that...