Sunday, June 26, 2022

10 Ways to Know You Rule Your Own Spirit

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“He who is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he who rules his spirit than he who takes a city” (Proverbs...

5 Reasons Leaders Stumble and Fall

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The Church is a powerful force for good and the hope of the world. That has always been true. Yes, the Church is flawed,...

4 Layers to Gaining Wisdom

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"I'm not sure what to do.” A phrase spoken by leaders more commonly than ever. Part of this is natural; of course, we don’t always know...

Leadership Paradox #2: Spontaneity or Planned

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A couple days ago I suggested a leadership paradox leaders face: trust God or trust others? Although both Ezra and Nehemiah were both men who trusted...

Jack of All Trades, Master of One

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Written by: John Hindley  John Hindley (@John_Hindley) is the pastor of BroadGrace Church in Norfolk, England, and the author of Serving Without Sinking. He studied for ministry at Oak...

What Do You Want to Do?

Everyone wants more time. They want to spend more time with their kids. They want to travel more. They want to enjoy life more. It’s...

7 Practical Ways to Counter the Wave of Deconstruction: a Short Guide for Church...

In a moment (or era) when so many people—especially young people—are deconstructing their faith, what do you do as a pastor or church leader?...

Just When You Think It’s Over . . . Suddenly . . .

A beautiful Thursday morning dawned as the ship set out on a journey with a desired destination. The waters were calm and the sky...

5 Guideposts on the Road Back to Joy

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How do you wake up in the morning? Sunnyside up?A little scrambled?Over-hard? Maybe you wake up cheery. Maybe you have to warm up to cheery; you need...

What I Learned from a Sour Leadership Meeting About Planning

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Every year our staff takes an overnite retreat in September to map out plans for the next year. Our process is relatively simple. The...
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Church Planter, Are You Running on Fumes?

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Written by: Bill Riedel  Bill Riedel is the founding and lead pastor of Redemption Hill Church in Washington, D.C. He was formally trained at Trinity International...

How Can Leadership Styles Differ In Different Industries?

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The same leadership styles and skills aren’t always applicable to every industry or field. There are certain leadership styles that can be more suitable...

The Evil That Passes for Good In Christian Leadership

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As you’ve noticed—as everyone’s noticed—there seems to be something rotten in the Denmark of Christian leadership. Every time you think there can’t be another megachurch...