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CNLP 276: Chris Norton on Beating the Odds in Life and Leadership, Walking Again after Being Completely Paralyzed and the Lessons That Flow From It

by Carey Nieuwhof: Little did Chris Norton know that making a routine football play would change his life forever. Paralyzed from the neck down, doctors told him he had a 3 percent chance of ever regaining sensation in his body. Last year, Chris walked down the aisle with his bride […]

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7 Reasons Your Church Should Partner with A Christian Camp

by unSeminary: This summer millions of children and youth across the country will attend a Christian camp. While this subculture has its own robust ecosystem of conferences, books, and thought leaders, there seems to be a strange disconnect between local churches and Christian camping ministries. From my perspective, local churches […]

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Why I’m Changing My Mind About Technology

by Carey Nieuwhof: How do you feel about your phone? That’s an increasingly interesting question. Ask me that five years ago and I would have told you I love mine. My guess is that by now you might have a love/hate relationship with it. You love what it gives you, […]

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Life After Being Let Go from a Church with Justin Herman

By unSeminary: Welcome back to another episode of the unSeminary podcast. I’m excited to have a new friend with us, Justin Herman from the Controlled Chaos podcast. Controlled Chaos is focused on serving youth ministry workers and interviews great leaders in this area while also getting into the tactics of […]

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CNLP 275: Drew Dyck on the Rise of the Internet, the Demise of Curated Content, the Massive Changes in Journalism and Tips on How to Develop Better Self Control

by Carey Nieuwhof: So many leaders struggle with willpower and self-control, whether that’s grabbing that extra piece of chocolate cake, acting up at a meeting or just not taking care of themselves. Drew Dyck discusses his latest book on willpower and explains how habits are the key to greater self-control. […]

How a Type 5 on the Enneagram experiences your church and how to connect them

by Greg Curtis: When we had our third child, she was unexpected. We had undergone medical procedures to insure we would not have more children. Then came Carly. I often joked that because she was our third, we were lucky to have photos of her. In fact, when I brought […]

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5 Unfair Criticisms of Large Churches It’s Time To Drop

by Cary Nieuwhof: When you think of large churches and mega-churches, what comes to mind? If there’s one thing I learned from writing about the church, it’s that some people hate megachurches. With a passion. I try not to engage the trolls and the haters in the comments on my blog […]

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Practicing Christian Mindfulness with Dr. Charles Stone

by unSeminary: Thanks for listening in to the unSeminary podcast this week. Today Charles Stone, the lead pastor of WestPark Church in London, Ontario, is joining us again. Charles describes London, Ontario as a melting pot of cultures and people from many different backgrounds. WestPark Church has about fifty different […]

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How Portability is Setting Churches Free

.et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: This Fourth of July, churches across America will be celebrating and praying for the nation. It’s great to live in a free country, isn’t it? Well, did you know that your church can also enjoy greater freedom? Yes, that’s right! Portability can set your church free […]

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Leading Yourself Well – Five Books

by Healthy Growing Churches: This summer, our focus has been on helping you lead well. We posted about leading ourselves, our families,  our ministries, through transformation, and leading through conflict and adversity. Last week, we shared with you some of our favorite Podcasts to help you grow and mature in […]