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What Kind of Church Should You Plant?

This week Peyton Jones and Pete Mitchell sit down to talk about What kind of church you should plant. To get straight to listening click here and to download in iTunes click here. There are a lot of factors that go into this topic. You might be thinking of it solely as what kind […]

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How to Create a Culture of Service in Your Church

By Daniel Im: William Wallace, Melinda Gates, Hitler, Elvis Presley, Billy Graham, Nelson Mandela, Bono, and Jeff Bezos. What’s your off-the-cuff reaction when you hear those names? Do you think of similarities or differences? If you could group them together with one word, which one would you use? Would the word […]

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Releasing, Empowering, and Giving Permission

by Peyton Jones: I recently sat with my church planting team from Refuge Long Beach. We’d planted together and as I sat with the church planting team that I’d left over three years ago, we discussed the possibility of another site move. I could see it in their eyes. It was […]

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Being a Church that Unchurched People Love to Attend with Justin Dosch

by Rich Birch: Welcome to the unSeminary podcast. So glad you’re tuning in because today we have Justin Dosch from Grace Community Church in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Grace was built with the intention of looking like a community center that happened to have services on the weekend so that it would […]

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How to Handle the Cynics and Pessimists in Your Life

by Carey Nieuwhof: Leadership takes courage, and my guess is that some days it feels the cynics and pessimists have sucked almost all the courage and hope out of you. I get that. We’ve all had our share of cynics and pessimists try to dissuade us from action. We live in […]

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The Church’s Launch Day

by Peyton Jones: In Acts 1:8 Jesus promised his followers that they would become his witnesses, but how does this happen? Looking closely at Acts chapter two again, it should not surprise us that the gifts of everyday believers were at the heart of what the Spirit was doing in Jerusalem. […]

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Why Church Leadership Is Such a Crazy Emotional Roller Coaster

by Carey Nieuwhof: Life is emotional. But if you’re in ministry, it feels like it’s even a little more emotional. As in, crazy-emotional-roller-coaster emotional. That’s true even if you think of yourself as more rational than emotional. Sometimes you get surprised by how intense ministry is. I started out in my […]

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What Real Rest Looks Like for a Pastor

by Brandon A. Cox: Resting isn’t nearly as easy as it sounds. Our traditional definition of rest is simple enough: Do less. A more fleshed-out, biblical understanding of rest, however, is a bit deeper than merely doing less. It’s really doing less to allow time and space to become more. And […]

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Do You Have the Passion Level of a Successful Leader? How to Tell

by Carey Nieuwhof: If there’s one characteristic I see in successful leaders in growing churches and organizations, it’s passion. The more church leaders I connect with, the more I see this trend: leaders of growing churches (and growing organizations) have a white hot passion for their mission. You can hear […]

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It Feels Good When Your Team Is Winning

by Peyton Jones: The leaders of microchurches don’t tend to do all of the heavy lifting. The burden is shared like the moving a piece of heavy furniture. The same piece of furniture that threatened to break the back of a solo lifter reduces to the weight of a peanut […]