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It’s Ordinary People—Ben Sobels on Breakthrough Disciple Making

by Ben Sobels: A Navy Seal, a horseshoer, a former drug addict who was homeless a few years ago, and a pastor sit around a table . . . Sounds like the start of a great joke, doesn’t it? Actually, it’s the make-up of my current discipleship group. We have […]

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10 Things That Ain’t Church (Some Thoughts On Irregular and Declining Church Attendance)

by Carey Nieuwhof: It’s never been easier to avoid church, skip church or exit church than it is today. And it has a lot of church leaders and Christians scrambling to figure out what’s happening, why it’s happening and what it all means. Those are great questions. On the positive […]

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COMMANDO SCHOOL

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: There are a few essential bits of training that a core team must have before they are deployed. Over the months that you will be training your core team, you need to emphasize the following resources, scriptures, and key concepts. The […]

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Leadership Development: Leading Your Team Well

by Healthy Growing Churches: In our first post this month on Leadership Development, we talked about how everything rises and falls on leadership. There’s much as stake in us getting this right. We then talked about how to lead ourselves well by keeping Christ as the First Thing. And then […]

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CNLP 263: Horst Schulze with Lessons From the Ritz-Carlton on Coaching the Best From a Team When You Can’t Pay Top Wages, What Guests Really Want, How to Satisfy a Customer and What To Do With Customer Complaints

by Carey Nieuwhof: At age 14, Horst Schulze left home to start in the hotel industry in Germany. What he learned there introduced true luxury to America. In this wide-ranging and candid interview, Horst talks about what customers really want, how to build a world class team with lower wage […]

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How to Overcome Your FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) Once and For All

How to Overcome Your FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) Once and For All .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: FOMO (the “fear of missing out”) is a real thing, and it’s more intense than ever. We’re afraid we’ll miss out on all the cool stuff. We’ll miss out on doing something significant […]

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Vlog: Excellence in Portable Churches

.et_post_meta_wrapper Production excellence in portability by Portable Church Industries: While teaching at SXSW, our friend and Portable Church client, Carey Nieuwhof, recently wrote about 7 things he learned about how the world is changing (again). He goes on to put this into the perspective of the church. He says “Production […]

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7 Kinds of People You Can’t Afford to Keep In Leadership

by Carey Nieuwhof: There’s a secret fear most leaders have: losing people. It can seem so hard to reach people that keeping them that losing a customer, a client, a staff member, a person in your church, or even a subscriber to your email list can be heart-wrenching for many […]

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CNLP 262: Nona Jones on What Most Organizations are Missing When It Comes to Facebook and Social Media Engagement and How to Use Facebook for Social Ministry, Not Just Social Media

Facebook’s Nona Jones shares about what most leaders are missing when it comes to getting people to engage on social media. Nona is also pioneering a way for churches to go beyond social media and dive deeper into social ministry. Plus she shares a host of tips and insights on […]

Need to convince someone in leadership about what needs to change in order to connect guests at your church?

by Greg Curtis: Do you ever feel that you are not being heard by your senior leadership as you work in the trenches? Being a Sherpa who is leading people toward a summit of some kind can be exhausting, especially if you see the need for necessary changes and those […]