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Bob Merritt: ‘Truth and Love Must Go Together’

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“The day we give up the truth—and are afraid to speak the truth—is the day the church dies and society is lost forever.”

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Scott Nickell: ‘Teaching Real Truth to Real People’

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“Healing only happens when you are willing to address a wound; pretending it’s not there makes it worse.”

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Chris Stephens: ‘The Church Needs to Be the Grace Place’

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“Developing leaders takes some serious effort and time. You can’t ‘nuke’ leaders; they must be ‘Crock-Potted!’”

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Ron Vietti: ‘Let People Take Precedence Over the Machine’

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“True, sincere love for others can break down any walls. You don’t have to agree with the way people live to love them.”

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Tim Harlow: ‘Humble Yourself Right Away’

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“I’m realizing that the harder I push and the more I lead, the more their lives are changed. If I wimp out, they will, too.”

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Steve Poe: ‘Trust God and Take Risks’

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“Once we have prayed and know the mind of Christ, we need to stop talking about what we want to do and just go do it.”

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Dan Betzer: ‘It Is Essential That People Know the Scriptures’

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“I let the congregation know constantly that they are loved. They get ‘beaten up’ in the world; they don’t need it from the pulpit.”

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Alan Fadling: Becoming an Unhurried Leader

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“I wouldn’t say an unhurried leader gets more stuff done, just better stuff done.”

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Claude Alexander: One-Degree Shifts

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“My sabbatical allowed me to see that the church belongs to God, not me.”

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Craig C. Hill: Servant of All

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“The quest for status is not a fuel for a lifetime of ministry.”

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