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Episode 467: Am I Called to Be a Church Planter?

by NewChurches.com: In Episode 467 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss discerning a call for church planting. “I’m slowly trying to discern whether or not I am called to be a church planter. What do you suggest as when to ask a pastor for training or what […]

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5 Lessons Learned as a Church Planter

Home > Blog > 5 Lessons Learned as a Church Planter 5 Lessons Learned as a Church Planter By Dustin Neeley Many people share in the success stories of their church plants. Many church planters are quick to tell you the great things happening at their current campus. As encouraging […]

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CNLP 312: Jordan Raynor on the Ingredients for a Successful Start Up, the Essential Qualities of a Great Entrepreneur, and Why So Much of the Career Advice People Give Young Leaders is Wrong

by Carey Nieuwhof: Jordan Raynor is a serial entrepreneur who has bought and sold several fast-growing businesses by the time he turned 30. He’s been a Google Fellow and spoken at SXSW, Harvard and TEDx. He talks about what makes for a successful launch, the qualities and characteristics that make […]

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Episode 452: I Want to Plant a Church. How Do I Tell My Pastor?

by NewChurches.com: In Episode 452 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss how to approach a conversation with your lead pastor about your interest in church planting. “How do you have a conversation about you wanting to plant a church with your lead pastor?” In This Episode, You’ll […]

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CNLP 290: Max Lucado on What Causes Happiness, How to Be Happier, and How to Know When It’s Time to Leave Leadership

by Carey Nieuwhof: New York Times bestselling author, Max Lucado, talks about how he knew he didn’t have another ten years of senior leadership in him, why his passion has shifted, what causes happiness, and how to be happier. Plus, Max shares some thoughts on the best and worst decisions […]

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Go Ahead and Throw Your Best Pitch Out There

Go Ahead and Throw Your Best Pitch Out There .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: Have you heard about Nathan Patterson? Here’s the scoop… Nathan played baseball in high school, but upon graduation, moved on to more practical things like selling software for a living. After all, how many high school hopefuls […]

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5 Signs You’re No Longer Inspiring Your Team

by Carey Nieuwhof: Leadership is hard. I totally get that, because I’ve been in it for over two decades. But to be perfectly honest, leadership never gets easy. The reason it’s never easy is because what’s hard keeps changing. You solve one problem, and now a new, likely larger on […]

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Fresh Expressions of the Church

by Healthy Growing Churches: On July 11th, 2017 the Barna Group published an article on their website that began with this paragraph: “It may come as no surprise that the influence of Christianity in the United States is waning. Rates of church attendance, religious affiliation, belief in God, prayer and […]

5 Key Elements in Preparing to Plant a Church

By Stan Rodda: If we want to be successful at any endeavor, it is going to require significant preparation. My high school football coach knew this. Every Monday during our season we would watch game film of our next opponent in preparation for meeting them on the field. We would […]

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FINDING THE MARKETPLACE

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: Paul was bi-vocational. It was partly so that he could eat. It was partly so that he could support his team (Acts 20:4). I believe, however, that Paul could have asked almost anything he wanted from his churches support-wise, but instead […]