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7 Growth Challenges Every Leader Faces (And How to Overcome Them)

by Carey Nieuwhof: Ever think that growth will solve all your problems? It’s tempting to believe that. I know, because I still fall into that line of thinking unless I stop myself. I’d be the first to admit that I’d rather be part of something that’s growing than something that’s […]

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Leaving a Legacy of Level 5 Leadership: Introduction

by Todd Wilson: Pause for a minute and think about the specific ways you personally get to know Jesus. I don’t just mean knowing more about Him. I’m talking about really, intimately knowing the person of Jesus Christ! Not the teacher and wise man Jesus, but the Savior and Lord you […]

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5 Reasons Why Engagement is the New Church Attendance

by Carey Nieuwhof: If you track attendance at your church (and who doesn’t), the vast majority of church leaders are tracking numbers that probably bother them. That can lead into a death spiral of trying to drive greater attendance, only to discover more disappointment down the road. The mission of the […]

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If You’re Ready to Give Up On Yourself As A Leader, Some Hope

by Carey Nieuwhof: When you start out in leadership, it’s easy to think that everything will be up and to the right. I mean that’s how we plan it out in our heads, isn’t it? And yet every leader I know faces a season or two that threatens to take them […]

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Church Metrics will Help You Avoid this Mistake

by Patrick Bradley: Measuring a few important things on a church metrics scorecard will help you in a few important ways. Not the least of which is keeping you from making myth-based decisions. Years ago on a plane ride, I watched a documentary about the invention of the M16 rifle. […]

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5 Signs Your Church Isn’t Ready For the Future

by Carey Nieuwhof: It’s a tough question to answer: so, is your church ready for the future? A lot of the time, I’m afraid the answer is no. Culture is changing so rapidly that’s it’s hard for anyone to keep up. Ask people what’s changing faster, the culture or the church, […]

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5 Ways Spurgeon’s Metropolitan Tabernacle Cultivated Meaningful Membership

by Geoff Chang: In 1854, when Charles Spurgeon began pastoring the New Park Street Chapel, he had a handful of deacons and a membership of 313 (though the actual attendance was much smaller). In just twelve weeks, they outgrew their space and made plans to enlarge their building. But almost […]

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3 Secrets to Crushing Your Goals AND Loving Your Family

by Carey Nieuwhof: Most people think that if you win at work, you need to lose at home. The demands of leadership are so tough that it’s almost impossible to win on both fronts. And—honestly—sometimes we lie to ourselves as leaders. We pretend it’s going great at home when we know […]

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What to do when you get harassed by someone in your church

by Peyton Jones: This week Pete Mitchell and I discuss What to do when you get harassed by someone in your church. To get straight to listening click here and to download in iTunes click here. We had a podcast a few weeks ago where we started talking about this topic but this is a […]

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Lies Pastors Believe

By Daniel Im: I know it’s hard to believe, but pastors are human too. Like the rest of us, pastors are susceptible to believing lies. Lying is the native language of our heart, which started back in the Garden of Eden. Although pastors constantly teach about truth and love, they also […]