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Leadership Development: Leading Through Conflict – Part 1

by Healthy Growing Churches: Conflict in and amongst our teams is inevitable. Each member of the team is human after all, and as much as we hate to admit it, we don’t always walk perfectly in alignment with the Spirit like we wish we could. Also, each member of your […]

Need to convince someone in leadership about what needs to change in order to connect guests at your church?

by Greg Curtis: Do you ever feel that you are not being heard by your senior leadership as you work in the trenches? Being a Sherpa who is leading people toward a summit of some kind can be exhausting, especially if you see the need for necessary changes and those […]

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5 Ways Churches Can Bless Moms on Mother’s Day

5 Ways Churches Can Bless Moms on Mother’s Day Volunteers | .et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: Who doesn’t love Mother’s Day? It is the one designated day when we get to pamper our moms andtry to thank them for just being so awesome! And it is almost that time of […]

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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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8 Alternatives to Calling Another Team Meeting at Your Church

by unSeminary: You’ve been there, in that never-ending meeting where all you can think about is the fact that the next thing on your to-do list is yet another meeting! You’ve thought it before, “There has got to be a better way of doing meetings at the church.” A few […]

Fuel 2019

Propel Your Vision to the Next Level Are you running low? Is your young church feeling a little stuck? Could you use a little fuel? We hear from church planters in years 2-10 about how hard it can be. How there are tons of conferences, workshops and books about starting […]

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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 […]

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Do This to Connect More Guests to Your Church with Greg Curtis

by unSeminary: Thank you for joining this episode of the unSeminary podcast. We’re speaking with Greg Curtis, the Director of Assimilation at Eastside Church in Orange County, California. We’re talking with Greg today about the importance of developing a ministry-wide strategy for assimilation that is used throughout your church. Second-nature […]

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Digging New Wells & Results Oriented Ministry at Your Church with David Kinnan

by unSeminary: Welcome back to this week’s episode of the unSeminary podcast. Today we have David Kinnan, who is the lead pastor of Fountain Springs Church which is a fantastic church in a part of the country where churches don’t normally grow. Fountain Springs Church is in Rapid City, South […]