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Episode 232: Planting with a Multigenerational Approach

by NewChurches.com: How do you encourage age diversity in your new campus? In Episode 232 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss the need for multiple generations in a church body, and how to encourage that as you plant a new campus or church. Here’s Tim with today’s question: […]

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How to Attract and Keep Amazing Volunteers You Can’t Afford to Pay

by Carey Nieuwhof: You’ve probably fallen into the trap of thinking that the only way you can attract and keep great people is to pay them. It’s a natural way to think when you’re in leadership. First of all, that’s not true. And second, if you lead a church, there’s no […]

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9 Fresh Approaches to Innovation That Can Change Everything

by Carey Nieuwhof: So you think of yourself as an innovative leader. You just wish your church or the organization you’re a part of valued innovation more. How do you change the innovation game where you work? I was recently at a two-day event in Silicon Valley that featured speakers […]

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7 Principles to Lead as Jesus Led

By Ed Stetzer: Jesus did not come to be your leadership guru. He came to die on the cross, for your sin, and in your place. Yet, he did lead. And we can learn from how he led. If we look closely, we see that his leadership was wrapped in […]

Reflections on Sutherland Springs

by New Life Christian Church: It is unfortunate that mass shootings have become more common than any of us could ever have imagined. It has a lot of us questioning and wondering many things, including Stan Rodda. Stan is the Campus Pastor at our Linton Hall Campus. He has a wonderful reflection […]

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New Release – Together: A Guide for Couples Doing Ministry Together

by Greg Ligon: Being a couple in ministry is a daunting and difficult task. Many couples find that ministry is all-encompassing, time with your spouse is hard to prioritize, the pressure is overwhelming and balance seems impossible. It’s a unique calling with unique challenges and often comes with less-than-adequate preparation, […]

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Church Planting and Differentiation

by Ralph Moore: Every new business needs to differentiate itself from all others. Else, why the need for a new business? Church planting necessitates differentiation. These days, being different may open otherwise hostile hearts and minds. We face a rising generation more interested in healing hurts and sustaining resources than they […]

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11 Ways To Make Christmas Your Best Outreach of the Year

by Carey Nieuwhof: Any idea what the best outreach opportunity of the year at your church might be? You might think it’s an event you do, or perhaps it’s Easter. But whether Christmas has historically been your best opportunity to reach unchurched people or not, I believe it could be. You […]

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How to Choose Disciples Wisely

by Craig Etheredge: Making disciples begins with people, but the question is who? This is a crucial question, because you may never have invested your life into another person or you may not be sure how to get started. If either of those is you, don’t worry. God is preparing you […]

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5 Signs Your Passion Level in Leadership is White Hot

by Carey Nieuwhof: If there’s one characteristic I see in successful leaders, it’s passion. The more church leaders I connect with, the more I see this trend: leaders of growing churches (and growing organizations) have a white hot passion for their mission. You can hear it in their voice. You can […]