Saturday, April 17, 2021

How to Rise Up In the Ministry of Reconciliation | Latasha Morrison

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Latasha invites us to experience the power of the Gospel through the ministry of reconciliation in the racial divide in America. She shares with incredible...

How Your Church Can Connect with and Engage Your Community

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We are so caught up in the church with trying to close the proverbial backdoor that we often forget about the front door. No,...

Andrew Mcgowan: How to Feast on the Bread of Life Session 3 Taste and...

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Just-out-of-the-oven bread can make you feel like you’re tasting the divine. Jesus’ declaration, “I am the Bread of Life” takes on a whole new meaning—one...

Giving Trends for Your Christian Organization

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From the Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast, we’re excited to bring you our one-on-one series with Christian leaders to share their insights on a variety of...

Neal Bosshardt: You Are the Salt of the Earth—lessons from a Salt Miner

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One of the fascinating details that I’ve learned about salt since the book and Bible study released came from a priest. He explained that the...

When God Doesn’t Heal You: Lessons from an Olive Grower + Taste and See...

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Take a journey into Olivedom in Croatia to discover the history and wonders of the olive tree and its oil and its healing properties. So...

4 Benefits of Prioritizing Rest and Maximizing Pto

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Burnt-out. Tired. Exhausted. Running on empty. Two years post-grad and I have already experienced these things in my career and have seen so many...

Why Accountability Is Important In Christian Education

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From the Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast, we’re excited to bring you our one-on-one series with Christian leaders to share their insights on a variety of...

How to Make Your Meals Magical Experiences

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Learn the secret of making every meal, every table, every gathering magical. This ONE thing will transform your life. Promise. So pull up a chair!...

4 Reflections for Pastors In Their Preparations for the Fall Teaching Season

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The adage is that a pastor wears three hats: leader, teacher, shepherd. Those three areas often overlap in ministry, and there are seasons in...
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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...

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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...

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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...