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CNLP 230: Pete Scazzero on Why So Many Successful Leaders Are Emotionally Immature, How to Tell Whether That’s You, and How to Become Emotionally Intelligent and Spiritually Mature

by Carey Nieuwhof: Pete Scazzero will be the first to tell you that while he was successful on the outside as a leader, he was immature on the inside, and his wife had had enough. That moved Pete on a journey to figure out what was wrong and how to […]

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Creating Community Over the Christmas Holidays

By Daniel Im: We all tend to spend our holidays in different ways. Some of us spend it with our families, others alone. Some with big Turkey feasts and others with mac and cheese or bbq chicken from the grocery store. However, the one thing that stays constant throughout the holiday […]

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How to Gain Discipleship Impact with Limited Time

by Jim Putman: Jesus modeled relationship by being with His disciples. Being an intentional and relational leader means making time to spend with those you are discipling. Disciple Makers are more likely to accurately evaluate their disciples growth stages and aptitude if they spend time together. If Jesus had interacted with His disciples only once […]

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Three Ways to Assimilate Guests at Your Church

By New Churches Team: Every church needs an effective way to assimilate guests into the church and get them plugged into ministries and groups within the church. Here are three practical tips to do so. 1.Map It Out: A healthy way to do that is to map out where you want […]

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Raise the Bar of Discipleship

by Regi Campbell: For years, I’ve defined a disciple as a “learner and follower” of Jesus. In theory, if someone really follows Jesus, they will end up helping others to become learners and followers. But the reality is they rarely do. Somehow, we get selfish saying things like, “I have my […]

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Sermon 2.0: The Future of the Preaching and Reaching The Unchurched

by Carey Nieuwhof: In a world where everything’s changing, how should the church change to reach more (not fewer) people? The struggle you have is the likely the struggle most church leaders have: reaching new people seems to be getting harder and harder every year. What if it didn’t have to […]

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Why Did the Disciples Show Up to the Great Commission?

by Bill Hull and Bobby Harrington: This is part of our blog series from the free eBook Evangelism or Discipleship: Can They Effectively Work Together?. An occupational hazard for you, the informed reader, is to scan or skip this section because you know what it says. While that may be somewhat […]

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Adjusting to Accommodate the Growth-Level of Your Disciple

by Jim Putman: A good disciple maker or leader does not allow his lesson or training to be limited  to a once a week study or a classroom. He does not need to attempt to execute the perfect lesson plan by trying to control every possible distraction. Jesus was flexible – Jesus met people where […]

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Our 2018 Top Resources for Church Leaders

by Tim Nations: As 2018 comes to a close, we want to take a moment to highlight the resources that you and thousands of leaders like you found most valuable for your ministries. We’re running this post a little early this year as some of these resources will be important […]

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The Truth About Jesus’ Commandments in Discipling Relationships

by Bobby Harrington: In his great commission, King Jesus told us to make disciples who “obey everything that he commanded” (Matt. 28:18-20). If we are honest, that presents us with a big challenge today: we must be clear on Jesus’ commandments so that we can obey them. But how can we be […]