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Why I Don’t Like to Sing During ‘Worship’

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The average church spends over 75 percent of their resources keeping the “house of worship” open. Is that a good thing?

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‘The Problem with My Old Church Was …’

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Brandon Cox encourages leaders to promote unity and avoid playing into people's complaints about their "old" church.

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Numbing Your Pain Is Numbing Your Potential

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We need to feel our own Pain. And we must understand our own story if we hope to help other people find theirs.

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The Messy Journey to Jesus

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"We must be thankful for each person and allow the Holy Spirit to work through us."

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Milk, Meat and the Malnourished Church

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Steven Furtick: Is the American church malnourished? And if so, is it the pastor’s fault?

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Deep and Wide: How Your Church Can Pursue Both

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Depth without width and width without depth — you can't have one without the other and make strong disciples.

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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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7 Guidelines for Controversial Facebook Comments

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

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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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Do Your Friendships Reflect God’s Heart?

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We should follow Jesus’ example by cultivating friendships with nonbelievers.

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