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CNLP 200: Joshua Gagnon on Rapid Growth, Launching Big and Staying Sane in Leadership

Joshua Gagnon planted Next Level Church a decade ago. It’s become the fastest growing and one of the largest churches in New England history, and has now expanded into Florida. Joshua talks about what’s driving the growth, how it’s keeping up and how he manages to stay sane amidst all […]

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Balancing Family, Work and Ministry

by Peyton Jones: I hope you enjoyed this series on the real life factors of becoming a bi-vocational minister. If you missed any of the posts you can find links back to them here.BALANCING THREE FACTORS Types of Employment PERSONAL FINANCES In summary, Ninjas have catlike reflexes. They can move […]

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Personal Finances

by Peyton Jones: Once you’ve earned the money, you need to manage it effectively. Bi-vocational ministers can’t afford to have much debt, no pun intended. There are a few more factors to balance in your personal finances so that you don’t get in over your head finanacially. Designation – It […]

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Normalize Bible Reading in Your Life and Leadership

By Daniel Im: Growing up, my favorite sermons were the ones where the preacher would get into the Greek or Hebrew and explain to us common folk what the Scriptures really meant. In the Greek, this word is translated, pistis, and it means… In the Hebrew, this word is translated […]

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Episode 285: How to Help Your Spouse Be Prepared for Planting

by NewChurches.com: How can I help my wife be prepared for church planting? In Episode 285 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss helpful things to consider when preparing your wife for the task of planting. Here’s today’s questions: As planters, we get the brunt of development and […]

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Why Pretty Much Every Church Leader Needs Marriage Counselling

By Sarah Piercy: I spent 10 years in the dating world searching for and imagining my perfect husband.  My husband spent 3 years married to someone else before he married me.  And he’s never casually dated.  Ever.  (The journey of each of our healing, redemption and love for one another is […]

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CNLP 192: Caleb Kaltenbach on How to Embrace an Outraged and Polarized Culture Most Leaders No Longer Like

by Carey Nieuwhof: In a polarized culture filled with a growing number of angry people, how do you find your voice, counter arguments and keep your sanity? Messy Grace author Caleb Kaltenbach is back with a fresh look on how to embrace a culture of outrage and division. Conservatives and […]

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What’s Holding You Back?

by Craig Etheredge: The greatest hindrance to living outward is focusing inward. Not long ago, I sat in a restaurant with my friend, Greg, as we caught up on all the happenings in our families. I have known Greg for many years, stretching all the way back to when he was […]

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The Dangerous Trap Of Isolation – And How You Can Avoid It

by Jim Putman: Family… that word probably brings many thoughts to your mind. You may have memories of fun and loving holiday times together with lots of food and laughter. Or you may be one of the many people that have memories of bitterness, conflict and broken relationships. Some may even have no family memories; and spent your life dreaming of what it would […]

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5 Reasons Younger Leaders and Older Leaders Frustrate Each Other At Work

by Carey Nieuwhof: If you’ve tried to lead employees who are under the age of 40, you’ve probably noticed things aren’t as easy as they used to be. (And they were actually never that easy.) If you’re under 40 and are working for an over-40 boss, you’re probably restraining your eye-rolls […]