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Are the Lost Worth the Cost?

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Reaching the lost will cost you resources, time and patience. The parable of the lost coin provides some insights about whether it’s worth it.

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3 Secrets to an Irresistible Workplace Culture

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The church staff churn rate is increasing. Reducing staff turnover starts with the values we preach—and live.

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7 Reasons Churches Stop Reaching Out

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There are many reasons churches abandon outreach. Here are a few, in hopes of helping you reverse the trend.

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5 Leadership Insights I Wish I’d Known

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You won’t glean these insights in seminary, but if you take them to heart you can save yourself a lot of ministry headaches.

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This Church Found ‘A New Way of Seeing’

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The congregation of Bethel Lutheran Church has learned to seek out ‘park bench’ moments to share their faith in the course of everyday life.

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Marriage: What If ‘Differences’ Are a Good Thing?

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Valuing your differences helps see that you are both necessary for the relationship. You are on the same team.

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Catch This—The Evangelism Contagion

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If we model evangelism, equip people to do it and then encourage them to share when they do it, it can become contagious.

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Doing Grunt Work for the Kingdom

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In the Second World War the majority of soldiers were in essential support roles. The kingdom of God needs people willing to do the same.

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What Happens When You Make God’s ‘Big Thing’ Your ‘Big Thing’

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In the course of our daily lives it’s easy to get our priorities out of order. We need to be sure that our priorities are in line with God’s.

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What Am I Saved For?

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We know what we’ve been saved from, but knowing what we’ve been saved for is just as important.

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