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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 […]

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    Links of the Week (4/7/18)

    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 MLK 50: Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop (all conference videos) – by The Gospel Coalition What Happens the Sunday After Easter – by Michael Kelley On Pastoral Failings and the […]

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    18 of My Favorite Quotes from Timeless by Brian Dodd

    Just recently, popular leadership blogger and all around great guy, Brian Dodd released his second book entitled Timeless. It’s a small book with a big leadership punch and I believe it’s a great book for pastors to grab and dive into. It’s also a good option to work through with your staff or with your […]

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    Links of the Week (3/31/18)

    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 It’s Time to Reckon with Celebrity Power – by Andy Crouch Should a Pastor be Accessible 24-7? – by Charles Stone Best Practices in Elder Selection & Development Process with […]

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    Get Climbing: How to Master a Mountain of Work

    Get Climbing: How to Master a Mountain of Work

    I recently took a “reset day” to get my priorities in order. Part of the “reset day” is to do a brain dump: unloading all the tasks which are on your mind. Unfortunately, unloading all the tasks in my mind flooded my to-do list with more tasks than I could handle. Even if you don’t […]