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CNLP 307: John Ortberg and Carey Nieuwhof on Workaholism, How to Be Appropriately Vulnerable, and Finding God When Things are Bad in Leadership

by Carey Nieuwhof: John Ortberg has a brand new podcast, What Were You Thinking? Today, we flip the mic, and John interviews Carey Nieuwhof about workaholism, how to be appropriately vulnerable about your story, and finding God when things get tough in life and leadership. Welcome to Episode 307 of […]


Living a Holy Life

by Discipleship.org: Obeying Jesus means living a holy life. The term holiness has fallen on hard times these days. Just try avoiding something that might be morally questionable and wait for it. People will say you have a “holier than thou” attitude or will call you a “holy roller.” The word […]


The Church Jesus Started is a Generosity Movement

The Church Jesus Started is a Generosity Movement .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: I love the church. And I don’t love it nearly as much as Jesus loves the church. He’s the One who died for her. We often evaluate the church today as an institution. We’ll talk about what’s wrong […]


Episode 444: A Church Plant Asked to Become One of Our Campuses

by New Churches: In Episode 444 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss how to handle a church plant who is asking to become one of your campuses while also maintaining their autonomy. “I have an interesting church dynamic question. Our church and leadership are very kingdom-minded and […]


5 Things Younger Leaders Can’t Stand About Older Leaders

by Carey Nieuwhof: As you may have noticed, there’s a bit of tension in the workplace and in the culture these days. Younger leaders are complaining (a lot) about older leaders (who are often their bosses). Older leaders are complaining (a lot) about younger leaders. The ‘Okay, Boomer’ moment happening […]


The Rare and Valuable Gift of Gratitude

The Rare and Valuable Gift of Gratitude .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: Researchers agree with what has been written in scripture for two thousand years – gratitude is powerful! Expressing thanks actually releases endorphins in our brains that cause us to feel happiness. One of the most valuable practices you can […]


Leaders Need Grace Too

Home > Blog > Leaders Need Grace Too Leaders Need Grace Too By Paul Tripp Nothing will harm your ministry more than thinking that you have arrived. Nothing will harm your ministry more than you thinking that you no longer need what you have been called to give the people […]


Pastor Like You Parent with Lee Eclov

by unSeminary: Welcome to this week’s unSeminary podcast. Today I’m speaking with Pastor Lee Eclov. Lee has been in Lincolnshire, Illinois, in the suburbs of Chicago, for almost 22 years. Set in a transient community, Village Church of Lincolnshire is a church of about 200, where Lee pastors. Lee is […]


5 Reasons Church Online Might Be a Distraction to Your Church’s Vision

This is a post written by Rich Birch. Rich the founder of Unseminary and is a member of my Speaking Team. You can book Rich to consult with your team or speak at your next event here. By Rich Birch If approached incorrectly, online church might actually be a distraction for your church. […]


The 4 different communication styles and how each can improve

 This is a post by Jeff Henderson. Jeff is a leading voice on how to create and grow momentum for organizations and leaders and is a member of my Speaking Team. You can book Jeff to consult with your team or speak at your next event here. By Jeff  Henderson Have you […]