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Lead Well—At Home

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One great ministry challenge is to serve in a way that values, affirms and protects our children.

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What Does Courageous Leadership Look Like Today?

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Why Hope, Humility and Wisdom Matter in a Godless Culture.

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7 Guidelines for Controversial Comments

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Increasingly, ministry leaders are called upon to comment on racial, socioeconomic and political tensions. How should we respond?

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The Revolutionary Mission

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Brad Powell: “A world that is going through revolutionary changes can’t be reached … by a church where everything remains the same.”

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What Non-Christians Really Think About Christians

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These surprising insights about what non-Christians think of Christians can profoundly impact your outreach.

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What Does Gospel-Centered Leadership Look Like?

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The Gospel gives us a new heart filled with love and affection. It is not one more weapon in our leadership utility belt.

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Leadership—Heart, Soul and Structure

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Why leaders today need to balance the heart and organization to serve Jesus well.

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How Can We Change the World?

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Mark DeYmaz: “Can a church really hope to redeem a community if it does not reflect the community?”

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Leading by Word and Deed

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“The leadership displayed by apostles was one of moving the church to action rather than merely enjoying classroom teaching.”

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Should Leaders Create Controversy?

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Steven Furtick: "One of the greatest things preventing many pastors and churches from reaching their optimal level of impact is their fear of controversy."

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