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6 Toxic Tendencies of Church Bylaws

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Bylaws are essential from a legal and organizational standpoint, but here are ways they can hinder or hurt a church’s mission.

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6 Traits Great Coaches and Mentors Share

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There are certain traits that great coaches and great mentors both demonstrate. Here are the most important ones.

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When Good Fruit Comes From Flawed Leaders

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How should we respond when we discover the depths of a leader’s sinfulness? Does it discount the good they’ve done?

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Andy Stanley: Why ‘The Bible Says So’ Is Not Enough Anymore

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Our culture questions biblical authority, so, like Paul, we must adapt our hermeneutical approach to reach our neighbors.

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Raising the Bar for Volunteers

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The level of commitment and accountability for a school sports team is often higher than that of church volunteers. Why?

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How to Measure Your Church’s Reach

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Counting buildings, budgets and butts gives an incomplete picture of church health. Here are ways to measure a church’s reach.

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The Top 21 Things I’ve Learned in 21 Years of Ministry

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In my ministry journey, I’ve fulfilled many roles and grown and changed a lot. Here are the lessons I’ve learned along the way.

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Small Church America—Revisited

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How Pastor Karl Vaters lost his grasshopper complex and discovered, no one loses when the kingdom advances.

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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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