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It’s Not Evangelism Until We Speak

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Words and actions are like two wings of an airplane, and you won’t catch flight in witness with just one or the other.

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The Outer Limits of Our Minds: 9 Ways to Engage Intellectually With Questions About Faith

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God is not afraid of questions. He likes them. God has given us our minds and we need to use them for his glory.

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The Outer Limits of the Inner Sanctum: 5 Ways to Make a Gospel Impact in Your Home

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How you live your faith at home will have a greater influence on the next generation than you can dream or imagine.

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The Outer Limits of Pain, Loss and Suffering: 6 Ways to Comfort People With the Gospel

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Too many Christians are quick to give a flippant and often dishonest answer to the question, “How are you doing?”

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Pray Before You Plant!

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“When the church is considered a house of prayer, the blind find sight in it, and those limping through life are restored.”

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Dan Kimball: A Church of Many Pastors

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“‘Pastor’ is a metaphor for someone who spiritually cares for people. I want to be a leader who makes sure pastoring happens.”

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Building a Healthy Team Culture

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“A clear culture is like the white blood cell system of an organization and it gives you a better chance of self-correction.”

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Church Change Without Compromise

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“We must change our methods for shining God’s light into the world without changing the light itself.”

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The Innovation Equation: Problems + Limitations = Innovation

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Bobby Gruenewald: Our best ideas happen when we face real problems with constraints.

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Designing Space for Mission

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“We are called to dig postmodern wells where the Samaritan woman of today can get a drink and have a conversation.”

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