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How to Actively Listen to God’s Voice During Your Day

By Dandelion Resourcing: How helpful would it be to sense God’s direction in the midst of an important conversation? How much would you like Jesus’ wisdom in advance of your meetings today? What would be the impact if you walked more closely with the Spirit in all your activities? As […]

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How to Lead a Discovery Bible Study

by Alex Absalom: In your group life, do you find that only a few people feel confident to share what they see in the Bible? Would you like a simple viral way to train others in how to read the Bible… and wonder if Discovery Bible Study might be a […]

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Meet the LN Associates, Part 5 – Caleb Stanley

By: Caleb Stanley Ministry/Vocation – Co Founder and Author of The Alternative, Producer Why commit to becoming an LN Associate – Leadership Network has been a crucial in pushing the church forward and continuing to reach more people for Christ in new places, and in new ways. As a young […]

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CNLP 251: Drew Powell and Matt Warren on Why Attractional Church is Past Peak, Why It’s Changing and What’s Next for Weekend Services

by Carey Nieuwhof: The attractional church model has been the dominant church model for 20 years in growing churches and many leaders are noticing it’s not nearly as effective as it used to be. Few churches were better known for the attractional model than Cross Point Church in Nashville, TN. […]

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Why Is the Culture of a Disciple Making Church So Important?

by Bobby Harrington: “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” That statement, attributed to the most influential management guru of our time, Peter Drucker, describes a reality church leaders must face in the pursuit of creating disciple making churches. A disciple making church culture is what your church actually does in disciple […]

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What Do You Want To Know About Multisite Church Launches?

by unSeminary: Alright, you talked me into it. I’ve received hundreds (maybe thousands) of questions over the years about my experiences in launching campuses. I’ve had the privilege of being in the driver’s seat for 13 multisite church campus launches and that means I’ve learned a lot about what not […]

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MEETING WITH THE MAYOR

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: In the last Blog post we talked about COGs and catering your church plant to the community. But how do you find out what the community needs? I have a few suggestions. MEETING WITH THE MAYOR The easy way is to […]

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The Positive Side of Leading Under Pressure

The Positive Side of Leading Under Pressure .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: As I write this, we’re three days from our church’s big Grand Opening at our new location. Our church is seven years old. We’ve met in an office, a hotel, a college campus, two movie theaters, and for the last […]

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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 […]

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Portable Church Signage | Practical Steps to Creating Your Environment (Part 1)

.et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: Choosing to visit a church for the first time can be a daunting experience for many. Many first time visitors to your church can have their defenses up. Perhaps they have been hurt by a previous experience; perhaps they walked away from established religion a […]