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    Surviving Feedback From Friends

    I made a very big mistake. Tired, ready for bed, and grateful that my sermon for Sunday was finished after hours of concentrated prep, I asked for my wife’s honest input on the sermon. Surviving Feedback From Friends Ok, I really didn’t want honest feedback. I just wanted her stamp of approval, a pat of […]

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    Gen Z: A Profile of a New Generation

    Gen Z: A Profile of a New Generation

    Kids these days, amirite? Although “millennials” may be the most studied generation so far in American history, another generation rises among us: Generation Z. Who are they? A Profile of Gen Z Thankfully, James Emery White seeks to answer that question in his book: Meet Generation Z: Understanding and Reaching the New Post-Christian World. White desperately […]

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    Fostering an Environment of Collaboration

    I’ve been in many church offices where I observe walled-off office after walled-off office. I’ve also seen settings where you are the only person in the office so instead you work at home or in Starbucks by yourself every day. So in these situations how do we spur on collaboration? Collaboration is paramount to a […]

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    7 Practical Thoughts on Forgiveness in Leadership

    7 Practical Thoughts on Forgiveness in Leadership

    “You hate me! You pick and choose which members you love!” Years ago, those words were screamed in my ear over the phone by a church member who felt like I had not greeted them well on Sunday morning. In fact, they went on to tell me in the conversation that I only gave them […]

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    Links of the Week (4/14/18)

    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 10 Books for the Library of Every Church Revitalizer or Replanter – by Thom Rainer 7 Tidbits of Advice For Young Pastors – by Ron Edmondson King and Kingdom: Racial […]