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    Links of the Week (3/25/17)

    Links of the Week

    Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week. Links of the Week To the Unknown Pastor – by Jordan Standridge Last week I went on vacation with my family. And since we were on vacation on a Sunday, I looked for a […]

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    Links of the Week (03/18/17)

    Links of the Week

    Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week. Links of the Week The Day I Became a Leader. Why a Leader Must Stand Alone by Brian Dodd I will never forget the moment.  I had recently started my dream job and was […]

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    Thank You, Timothy Keller

    Many of you are probably aware of the news that Timothy Keller is stepping down from Redeemer Presbyterian in NYC this summer. If you have not heard about the plan then here is a good summary: The Rev. Timothy Keller to Step Down From Redeemer Presbyterian Church. Keller and the church have a decades old […]

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    The Power Of A Simple Note

    The Power of a Simple Note

    “A text message just doesn’t cut it, for the simple reason that conveying emotion in digital formats is a lost cause. Somehow thickets of exclamation points, ALL CAPS shouts, loaded acronyms and chirpy emoticons cannot approach the freight of feeling conveyed on a scrap of paper with words scratched on it by hand.” (Paula Madden) […]

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    Links of the Week (3/11/17)

    Links of the Week

    Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week. Links of the Week 12 Leadership Lessons On Big Ideas, Procrastination And Productivity – by Brian Dodd Continually staying ahead of the curve is a constant challenge for all leaders. We must be always […]

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    C.H. Spurgeon: 5 Daily Virtues Church Leaders Must Practice

    C.H. Spurgeon: 5 Daily Virtues Church Leaders Must Practice

    I’ve been enjoying getting into C.H. Spurgeon’s book, Lectures to My Students. I highly recommend it to any and all pastors. In the beginning of the book, he focuses on an aspect of ministry that doesn’t always get a lot of attention in terms of training today. But as I’m sure you’ll agree, it is vital […]

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    Links of the Week (3/4/17)

    Links of the Week

    Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week. Links of the Week I Wish Christians Would Argue More – by Trevin Wax I wish Christians would argue more. No, I’m not being sarcastic or saying this with an eye roll. I mean […]

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    5 Great Benefits of Using Real Paper for Sermon Preparation

    5 Great Benefits of Using Real Paper for Sermon Preparation

    We’re big fans of Evernote around here. But we’re also big fans of old school tools that still work. In fact, we may be missing out on some big benefits if we continue not using real paper for sermon preparation. Whether you’ve made the move to all digital or you’re still using real paper in […]