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3 Quick Ways To See How Effective Your Leadership Really Is

by Carey Nieuwhof: One of the most difficult aspects of leadership is to know how you’re doing as a leader. Add a little insecurity into the mix, and it makes things even more complex. Naturally, you’ll get feedback from your peers and probably get an occasional 360 review (both great practices). […]

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5 Things Leaders Need to Give Up

By Ed Stetzer: There’s a great saying that good leaders don’t see people as impediments—they seek to make people partners. But to implement this approach to leadership in daily life, we need to realize that partnering with people means sacrificing for them. Drawing from Brad Waggoner, author and executive vice president […]

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Handling sexual abuse claims with church leadership. #METOO

by Peyton Jones:  This week Pete Mitchell and I discuss how to handle sexual abuse claims with church leadership. To get straight to listening click here and to download in iTunes click here.This is a topic that has become more relevant in the past few months, being driven mainly from the entertainment and political industries, […]

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Why Most Churches That Start Small…Stay Small

by Carey Nieuwhof: So…you want your church to grow, right? When I ask ministry leaders whether they want to see growth, almost every leader I’ve ever talked to says yes. Sure…there are some house church movements that want to stay small. And some long time or xenophobic churches have lost their appetite […]

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3 Ways Almost Every Church Gets Stuck

by Carey Nieuwhof: At some point, almost every church gets stuck. If yours isn’t stuck right now, just wait a while. Every church and organization gets stuck at some point. Usually, churches get stuck because what was working stopped working, When that happens, leaders aren’t sure what to do. While figuring that out […]

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CHURCH ZERO

by Peyton Jones: When Jesus ascended with His work unfinished, He knew that no one person was going to be able to follow in His wake. The five kitbags each represent a specific skillset necessary for a church leadership team, like a sapper, sniper, commando, Navy SEAL, and heavy weapons […]

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Follow the Leader

by Peyton Jones: Paul was so inspired by Christ’s example of suffering, sacrifice, and death, that he imitated his Captain’s acts of heroism.  In turn, he reproduced heroic men, and drew brave men to himself on his missionary journeys.  A good leader who inspires courage in others cannot be underestimated. […]

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Super Teams

by Peyton Jones: The Avengers rocked the box office because the producers knew that superhero team ups offer much more than the spotlight on a solo hero.  An interplay of highly specialized skills is necessary to slam evil, and advance the cause of Christ.  If that’s the case with Superheroes, […]

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The Implications of Your Church Plant’s Vision

By Derek Hanna: Every church planter needs a vision. A vision of what God, through the gospel, can do in people’s lives, a vision of the communities that gospel could create, and a vision of the impact those communities could have on a world that needs the hope this gospel offers. […]

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He Blinded Me With Science

by Peyton Jones: Continuing from my previous blog, when you look at Paul, there was no “i” in his name, or in his methods. Paul recruited teams of diverse leaders. Like a wise master builder (or contractor), Paul was able to draft plumbers, framers, roofers, and electricians so to speak when […]