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Write Your Ideas Down … No, Really

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There is a plethora of productivity apps out there, but in many cases and for many tasks, nothing beats a good old pen and paper.

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12 Ways to Build Staff Morale

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Good staff morale can help you build momentum in the good times and sustain you in the hard times. Here are some great ways to cultivate it.

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Call It What You Like, God Calls It Sin

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We have created a myriad of ways to justify sin, but the episode of David and Bathsheba reminds us that God takes our sin very seriously. So should we.

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The Beauty of an Imperfect Church

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Every church has it’s flaws and things that could be better. Instead of leaving for greener pastures, dig in and invest in making things better.

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Why I Am Not Chasing Balance This Year

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So many people make the resolution to pursue balance each year, when rhythm is what we’re really looking for.

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How to Host a Great Panel Discussion

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A panel discussion can be the highlight of a conference or a snooze fest. A good moderator can make all the difference.

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4 Ways to Practice Humility in a Self-Centered Culture

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Humble people build bridges, not walls—and other essential humility attributes

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3 Vital Skills You Won’t Learn in Bible School

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Full-time ministry isn’t always smooth sailing. Being a faithful minister of the gospel often requires grit, perseverance, and a willingness to speak hard truths with love.

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Are You a Builder or a Breaker?

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Handling criticism: As David Brinkley said, “A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him.”

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11 Worst Practices for Email

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How to Lose Friends and Alienate People.

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