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How to Deal With Toxic People (7 Pro Tips)

by Carey Nieuwhof: Leadership would be so much easier, the saying goes, if it wasn’t for people. And topping of the list of difficult people to work with or lead is toxic people. The hard part is, as much as we might wish it was otherwise, toxic people are everywhere. […]

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Shaping Your Worship Culture

Home > Blog > Shaping Your Worship Culture September 11, 2019 Shaping Your Worship Culture By New Churches Team Selecting Worship Leaders As a church planter looking for the right worship leader, you must consider a person’s character, chemistry, capacity, and competency. Remember that worship leaders lead music, but worship […]

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Help Gaining Clarity in a 20 Year Old Church with Rick Raiford

by unSeminary: Thanks for joining us for this episode of the unSeminary podcast. This week we’re talking with Rick Raiford, the executive pastor at Daystar Church in North Carolina. Daystar started as a small country church in Greensboro, North Carolina and over the past twenty years has grown to become […]

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How You’re Holding Back Your Team & 4 Reasons to Release Them

This is a guest blog post by Jenni Catron. Jenni is Founder and CEO of The 4Sight Group and is a member of my new Speaking Team. You can book Jenni to consult with your team or speak at your next event here. By Jenni Catron Someone may be holding back your team. […]

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Two Things to Know for Back-to-School Time

by Bobby Harrington: First – Learn from Disciple Making Leader: Steve McCoy, the leader of Small Circle Steve is one of our trusted disciple-making partners. Here’s what he told us about his ministry during our interview with him: Tell us about the name of your ministry. Our organization is called Small […]

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Creating the Team & Establishing the Process

Creating the Team & Establishing the Process Volunteers | .et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: The way you treat your volunteers and the way they feel about serving will greatly impact the success, discipleship, spiritual formation, community impact and long-term growth of your church. The truth is, existing in a rented […]

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7 Reasons Your Church Should Partner with A Christian Camp

by unSeminary: This summer millions of children and youth across the country will attend a Christian camp. While this subculture has its own robust ecosystem of conferences, books, and thought leaders, there seems to be a strange disconnect between local churches and Christian camping ministries. From my perspective, local churches […]

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Life After Being Let Go from a Church with Justin Herman

By unSeminary: Welcome back to another episode of the unSeminary podcast. I’m excited to have a new friend with us, Justin Herman from the Controlled Chaos podcast. Controlled Chaos is focused on serving youth ministry workers and interviews great leaders in this area while also getting into the tactics of […]

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5 Lessons from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge for Your Church

by unSeminary: This summer, both Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California and Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida are launching massive new “lands” based on the Star Wars franchise. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is the largest investment the Disney corporation has made in its North American parks in long time. Not […]

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Learn about Disciple-Making “Cornerstones” by Meeting Lionshare

by Bobby Harrington: We hope you’ve enjoyed meeting some of our disciple-making partners. We want to help you find the best disciple-making guides, and that’s why we’re continuing to introduce these partners to you. Meet Dave Buehring, leader of Lionshare. Here’s what Dave said about his ministry in our interview […]