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Resolving Conflict? Do This First

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Making an effort to resolve relational conflict is never easy, but here are some biblical steps to prepare your heart beforehand.

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A Great 2-Word Coaching Tool

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By focusing on the metrics of joy and fruit, you can have a productive conversation with those you coach. Here’s how.

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6 Practices That Sabotage Search Committees

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The typical search process should be no longer than six months. These bad habits are often at play when it takes longer.

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4 Keys to Communicating Changes

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Change can be difficult on those we lead. Here are keys to communicating change in a way that will be well-received.

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5 Proven Steps for Dealing With Your Mistakes

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Leaders are human and mistakes are going to happen. Here are some helpful, practical tips for owning and resolving your mistakes.

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The Secret Power of Appreciation

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We ttalk about the importance of encouragement. As Goethe said in 1768, “Instruction does much, but encouragement everything.” Here’s one compelling example.

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On the Front Lines in a War Zone

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When it comes to spiritual warfare, the answer is not skepticism or superstition, but preparation.

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‘Walk Slowly Through the Pews’

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When I was serving as a worship pastor, my uncle gave me some advice I’ve never forgotten: “Walk slowly through the pews.”

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Here Are the Essentials of Good Visitor Follow-Up

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No matter the size of your church, good follow-up is an essential component of reaching out to visitors that shows them you are trustworthy.

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What Season Are You In?

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The seasons of leadership change frequently and part of being a good leader is being able to discern which season you are in and how that shapes your leadership.

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