Wednesday, April 14, 2021

3 Healthy Boundaries Every Leader Needs with Critics

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Several years ago at the Willow Creek Leadership Summit, I heard Sheila Heen speak. She co-authored the book Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art...

Managing Personal Relationships In the Workplace

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Relationships Matter While your family relationships may be the most important relationships in your life, your relationships with those you work with almost become equally...

The Money Series: How Much Should Churches Spend on Their Staff?

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Ministry is all about people reaching people and disciples making disciples. Because of that, it should be no surprise that the largest financial investment most...

New Trends: 4 Ways the Pandemic Is Negatively Impacting People

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Today’s post is written by David Kinnaman. David is the president of Barna and has authored numerous books, including unChristian, You Lost Me, Good Faith and...

Talk to God About Your Struggles

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“Whenever you are tempted to grumble,come to Me and talk it out. As you open up to Me,I will put My thoughts in your...

Creating Strong Family Relationships

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If you were to ask someone what their most important relationship is, the answer would most likely revolve around a family member. My relationship...

Now That You’re Online a Lot More: 5 Traps for Local Pastors In the...

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So now that you’re online more than ever before, what’s happening? What’s at stake? The fact that eventually all churches will be open in person...

What Healthy Churches Are Doing to Support Female Leaders During the Pandemic

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Today’s post is written by Kadi Cole. Kadi is a top voice leading the church to better develop and support female leaders. She’s also...

How Often Should Preachers Practice Their Sermon?

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I’ve served in ministry over 39 years and I’ve preached a lot of sermons. Some have been good and some, well, not so good. Three factors...

How Leadership Is a Relationship

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For many, thinking of leadership as a relationship is difficult. Too many people consider leadership a position, a role to play. Yet leadership is...
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The Fine Line Between Oversharing and Undersharing As a Leader

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This is a guest post written by Toni Nieuwhof.  Toni and Carey Nieuwhof met in law school and have been married for three decades....