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4 Keys To Creating a Healthy Culture That Naturally Resists Toxic People

By Carey Nieuwhof: Guess what’s impacting your leadership more thank you think? Culture. Specifically, the culture you’re creating as a leader. Often I hear leaders complain about the toxic people they have in their organization (staff, customers, volunteers, attenders). To be sure, that happens. But if you always have toxic […]

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START WITH THE LOST

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: Paul always started with outreach. You can’t just start with Christians, and expect the lost to magically turn up. To turn magical thinking into a reality, somewhere between stage 2 and 3 is a secret locomotive platform that you’ve got to […]

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CORE TEAM VISION MEETING

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: This is the night you gather up all the peeps that you think might be interested in your “crazy idea”. You invite them to your house, a Denny’s, where ever. It doesn’t matter on the first night. The point is that […]

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TEAM BUILDING FOR DUMMIES

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email By Peyton Jones: How will you recruit a team?  I wish I could give you a formula, but I suck at chemistry. I also know that God invented Algebra to illustrate that sometimes there is an unknown factor in every equation. In church planting, […]

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YOU CAN’T TAKE YOUR PETS TO WAR

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email “Where there’s light, there’s bugs”. After church planting I realize the importance of a good bug zapper. Everybody’s got an angle. Everybody’s got an agenda. People see a new church plant on the horizon and they think that it’ll provide an ideal place to […]

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How To Stack Your Leadership Pipeline With The Best Volunteers and Team Members

 by Carey Nieuwhof: Wherever I talk to leaders, they tell me one of the their top challenges is finding enough people for their teams, particularly volunteers. Then—usually within minutes—they tell me an even bigger challenge is to find the right people—people who can lead, inspire, mobilize and accomplish things, and that they […]

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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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OUTREACH SHOULD BE GIFT-DRIVEN

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: I don’t believe in sitting down and strategizing…the world’s needs are greater than my resources. I can’t do everything, but I can do something, and I will not let the everything I cannot do, keep me from doing the something that […]

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7 Things Bad Leaders Say To Themselves And Their Teams

by Carey Nieuwhof: Nobody sets out to be a bad leader. You didn’t. I didn’t. Yet according to a Gallup study, only 18% of managers have a ‘high degree of talent’ in leading people, which includes the ability to motivate and manage the relationships they have with people around them. […]

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Vlog: Language That Burns Out Your Volunteer

.et_post_meta_wrapper Language that burns out your volunteers. by Portable Church Industries: As a part of portable churches for 22 years, Kevin has learned much about the ins and outs of successful and unsuccessful portable churches. The first church plant he was a part of was setting up and tearing down […]