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Matt Carter: Becoming a Church for the City

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"We win not simply by how much and how well we can gather people, but by how much and how well we can release people into the city.”

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What I'm Learning: Don't Quit!

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Chuck Warnock: "If you’re thinking, “Well, he doesn’t know how bad things are”—believe me, I do."

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Harvey Turner: Disciples Make Disciples

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"If we grow in weekend numbers but we don't in other areas, we don't consider that to be a win."

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Tim Harlow: Beyond "Nickels and Noses"

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“We measure the same as anyone: nickels and noses. But everyone is trying to figure out how to measure the deeper discipleship issues.”

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What I'm Learning: Lead from the Inside Out

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Kevin Harney: "I have learned that I accomplish far more in six days of labor than in seven."

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What I’m Learning: Pastors Need Friends, Too

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Karl Vaters: "The most important lesson I've learned in recent years is to be a member of my church, not just its pastor."

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Randy Frazee: Macromanage From Mission

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“Macromanage from a clear mission, vision, values and plan, and you don't have to wear yourself out micromanaging.”

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What I'm Learning: You Just Have to Rest

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Anne Marie Miller: "We cannot be dependent on ourselves and dependent on God at the same time."

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Heath Burris: The Opportunity of Discipleship

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"True success cannot always be seen from the outside."

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What I'm Learning: My Best Advice on Soul-Care

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Larry Osborne: "The best advice I’ve ever received was that I had nothing to prove and no one to impress."

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