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The Art of the Ask

by Peyton Jones: There are a few rules when it comes to asking for money. First, money isn’t all you’re going to be asking your sending Pastor for. You’re going to ask for them to pay your salary for two years. It’s always best to ask high. People always make […]

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The Power of Your Story

by Craig Etheredge: You have a powerful story. Believe it or not, you already have a very effective tool that will help you point people to Jesus Christ. That tool is your personal story. Every believer has a story, and when you tell how Jesus encountered you and changed your life, […]

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The Three Distinctive Roles of the Discipleship Process

by Jim Putman: Recently I sent out an email to my readers asking them to share their number one problem when it comes to making disciples. I received many, many emails. A number of different themes came up as I read through them. One thing that particularly stood out to me was the […]

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7 Things They Didn’t Teach You in Seminary About Funerals

by Rich Birch: Performing funerals is a reality of being the pastor of a church of any size and style. Even if your church is primarily filled with young people, from time to time you will be called upon by families to perform a funeral. These moments, while incredibly touching, […]

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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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Think Disciples, Not Steeples

by Bill Hull and Bobby Harrington: The gospel and covenant commitment we wrote about in Chapter 1 of the free eBook, Evangelism or Discipleship: Can They Effectively Work Together? will ensure that evangelism more naturally leads to discipleship. The process takes us beyond a focus on decisions to a focus on entering […]

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Components of a Christ like Leader

by Peyton Jones: Self-controlled; upright, holy, and disciplined:Together, these make a complete picture. They represent a man whose eyes aren’t darting at every boob job at church, or streaming internet porn behind the office door. In the end, you’re known for being consistent throughout your life because the eyes of God […]

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Communicating Spiritual Growth in a Multicultural Global City Context with Darryl Dash

by Rich Birch: Welcome to the unSeminary podcast. We’re honored to have Darryl Dash with us today from Liberty Grace Church in Toronto. Liberty Grace Church is unusual in that it’s a fairly small church with a storefront that meets at four o’clock in the afternoon in the middle of […]

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Leadership Conversations with Mac Lake

by Peyton Jones: This week I have something new for you. Last month I was able to sit down with my good friends and great leader, Mac Lake. In this conversation, we talk about the call to church planting, building a team, and maximizing your team’s calling. I’m keeping this […]