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Learning From the Downfall of the Auto Industry

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Out of the Big Three American automakers, only Ford avoided bankruptcy. There are some big takeaways for us.

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4 Obstacles Pastors Face in Setting Boundaries

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Healthy boundaries make for healthy souls. Here are four reasons pastors have a hard time with boundaries and four solutions.

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7 Reasons The Introvert Isn’t Talking in Team Meetings

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Curious why an introvert isn’t talking in your meetings? Here are seven potential reasons why.

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How to Maximize Your Limited Time

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You can’t do everything you want to do in a day, but you can do everything God wants you to do each day. Here’s how.

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How to Lead ‘Consumer Christians’

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We are not in the church to be consumers, we are there to love and to serve. Sometimes that means surrendering our preferences.

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7 Summer Myths About Your Church

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Summer is often considered the down season of church ministry, but that might be based more on these myths than reality.

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5 Daily Practices To Gain Wisdom In Human Nature

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When you understand why people do what they do, you are better able to effectively lead them.

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Leadership Development Leads to Multiplication

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Churches that multiply do not see their volunteers as hirelings to carry out grunt work so that the pastors can do the real work of ministry. Churches that multiply live out Ephesians 4:11–13 and believe that every member is a minister. This is because leadership development is not just about teaching people leadership principles, or […]

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Connecting Students to Ministry: What’s Trending in Seminary Education

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“We have multiple, full-time staff members whose job it is to build a network of churches as well as other ministries.”

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5 Ways to Avoid Becoming a Defensive Leader

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Every leader faces times when criticism makes us defensive. Understanding your brain will help you respond better.

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