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What Church Leaders Are (Really) Thinking in 2020

By: Carey Nieuwhof As much as you wish things were getting easier in church leadership, they don’t appear to be heading in that direction. If anything, things are more complicated than they were a month ago. And infinitely more complicated than they were a year ago. My guess is you’ve […]

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Episode 501: Thriving in Leadership

By: New Churches In Episode 501 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss what thriving looks like and the importance of spiritual and emotional health. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: How church leaders are seen as second and third respondersWhy creating sabbath rhythms are important  Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches): […]

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The Thing That Scares Me the Most

By: Brandon A. Cox The Thing That Scares Me the Most .et_post_meta_wrapper Know what really scares me as a pastor? It’s that my words are going to cause people to take action. People will, based on a sermon, based on a tweet, based on an interaction, or a counseling session […]

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Building High Trust Teams in Your Church with Rob Deveney

By: UnSeminary Welcome to this week’s unSeminary podcast. Today we are talking to Rob Deveney, executive pastor at Twin Rivers Church. Twin Rivers Church is located in St. Louis, Missouri. It started as a small denominational church, but has grown over the last 90 years into three locations around St. […]

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A Better Way To Train Your Group Leaders

By: Discipleship.org Kevin and his team spent a lot of time and money to host a large group leader training at the church. As the event started, he sat in the back and looked across a half-empty room and was disheartened by the light attendance. As the night finished, despite […]

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The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors

Home > Blog > The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors By New Churches Team It’s no secret that pastoring is a calling that comes with many demands—pressure to please everyone in the congregation, a burden to keep church finances healthy, and carrying the weight […]

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Where is Future Church Attendance Heading? 10 Questions. 10 Hunches.

by Carey Nieuwhof: Talk to any church leader over the last decade, and they’ll tell you it feels more challenging than ever to get people to come to church on a Sunday. Talk to any leader who is reopening his or her church, and they’ll tell you it’s even harder […]

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CNLP 343: Nicky Gumbel on Why He Changed His Mind About Church Online, Why Online is a Better Outreach Tool Than In-Person Ministry, and How He Repositioned His Church and Alpha for Explosive Growth

by Carey Nieuwhof: Nicky Gumbel is pastor of Holy Trinity Brompton, London, one of the largest churches in the UK and pioneer of Alpha, a ministry that’s reached over 20 million people with the Gospel and a former barrister (attorney). In this interview, Nicky explains how and why he changed […]

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9 Considerations for Reopening Your Church

Home > Blog > 9 Considerations for Reopening Your Church 9 Considerations for Reopening Your Church By Todd Adkins This season may not seem beautiful at the moment, but I believe we have a unique opportunity to see our ministries thrive today and in the days to come. Some of […]

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5 Big Attitude Differences That Separate Growing Churches From Declining Churches

by Carey Nieuwhof: So what’s the difference between churches that grow and churches that decline? Well, there are many, but—crisis or no crisis—one of the biggest differences I see is in the attitude of the leaders. The leaders of growing churches almost always share a common attitude. So do the leaders of […]