Thursday, March 17, 2016

On the Net: "7 Thoughts to Consider When Implementing Change" and More

7 Thoughts to Consider When Implementing Change

Leading people through change is an inevitable part of leadership. In order to lead effectively, however, leaders must see change as a process more than a decision or a vote. Read More

Fixing the “Too Empty or ‘Too Full’ Problem in a Church – Rainer on Leadership #207 [Podcast]

In this podcast Thom Rainer and Jonathan Howe discuss the issues surrounding a church feeling too empty or too full and how to combat those issues. Listen Now

The Trinity: Professor Notes Key Biblical Variations

Rick Durst of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, was reading 2 Corinthians 13 one day in 2005, which he had read many times before. This time, the Trinitarian benediction in the last verse caught his eye: "May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all." Was there a reason for that particular order? Read More

5 Church Staffing Trends

As we’ve been helping churches and ministries across the country think about church staffing and team building recently, here are a few staffing trends I’ve noticed that will help churches of all sizes build, run and keep a great team. Read More

Two Contradictory Leadership Traits and Learning to Embrace the Paradox

There are two seemingly contradictory traits I have seen in great leaders. Read More

The Message You Preach Before And After the Sermon

The encouragement you personally offer people before and after the message may be as vital to their spiritual growth as the sermon itself. Read More

Six Most Common Mistakes Churches Make on Social Media

Most of the time these social media mistakes are accidental and harmless, but sometimes they can really embarrass the church and, consequently, hurt the cause of Christ. Read More

Three Thoughts on Discipleship and Jesus’ Method

Jesus could have chosen any method to ensure the world would hear of His gracious sacrifice for them, to ensure that the message would be shared around the globe.... Yet He chose discipleship. He chose to pour His life into a group of people and entrust the message to them. Read More

Deep AND Wide

How we're trying to be 'a seeker church with depth.' Read More

Despite Wins, Trump May Face 'Very Difficult Path'

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continued to dominate their political parties' primaries Tuesday (March 15), but the maverick billionaire's wins did not eliminate the possibility he will face a contested convention to gain the Republican nomination or a third-party challenge even if he becomes the party's standard-bearer. Read More

"I Don't Feel at Home in the Republican Party Anymore"

That’s the feeling of a growing number of church-going evangelicals who feel increasingly displaced these days. Read More

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