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CNLP 411: Ian Morgan Cron Explains How Your Enneagram Type Responds to Chronic Stress and the Difference Between Fake Authenticity and True Vulnerability

By Carey Nieuwhof: After a year of leading through constant crisis, how are leaders supposed to cope? Ian Morgan Cron and Carey catch up on how each Enneagram type reacts under stress and the difference between fake or strategic authenticity and true vulnerability. Welcome to Episode 411 of the podcast. Listen […]

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Are You Too Busy for a Family Devotion?

Stewarding Our Time By Wil Moore: I was recently having coffee with a dad who has 3 incredible kids. One is in college pursuing a communications degree, one is about to graduate, and the other is a junior. Two of the three are incredibly gifted athletes. One will soon play […]

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Episode 583: Reconsidering Pitfalls, Landmines, and Blind Spots in Church Planting

By NewChurches.com: In Episode 583 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed reconsider the question posed in the very first podcast about pitfalls, landmines, and blind spots in church planting. “As a young church planter, what are some blind spots that I need to be aware of?” In This […]

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Dunning-Kruger Effect: What is it? How is it Impacting Your Church Leadership?

By unSeminary: In 1999, Psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger presented a landmark study that identified an important cognitive bias, which has subsequently been named the Dunning-Kruger Effect. Simply put, what they proved is that this effect causes people to overestimate their knowledge or ability, particularly in areas where they […]

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Working at Health while Facilitating for Growth with Renaut van der Riet

By unSeminary.com: Welcome to this week’s episode of the unSeminary podcast. We’re talking with Renaut van der Riet from Mosaic Church in the Orlando, Florida area. Passionate about making the gospel beautiful however they can, Mosaic is continually pursuing how they can serve each other and how they can serve […]

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Some Helpful Insights On How To Win The War In Your Mind (With Craig Groeschel)

Today’s post is an excerpt from Craig Groeschel’s new book Winning The War In Your Mind: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, I’d highly recommend that you do. There is a specific lie I have believed as long as I can remember. […]

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3 Keys to Growing Your Faith

By Justin Gravitt: Waking Him was their only option. At least, the only one they could see. The boat heaved violently as did their emotions. They were wet, weary, and worried as waves broke over the bow. The furious storm threatened their lives. Their worry reflected in the eyes of […]

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Spiritual Formation for One

Home > Blog > Spiritual Formation for One Spiritual Formation for One By Ed Stetzer When I think about my own spiritual formation, one of the things that’s been helpful for me to remember is that people of different personalities approach spiritual growth differently. It is not a one-size-fits-all approach. […]

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Increasing Prayer, Transparency and Accountability on Your Church Team with Darrell Roland

By unSeminary: Welcome back to this week’s unSeminary podcast. This week we’re talking with Darrell Roland, from Rock Bridge Community Church. They have six locations in Georgia and Tennessee as well as a Spanish service. One of the roles of the executive pastor is the management and leadership of the […]

Someday | Part 2

By Stan Rodda: The prophet Habakkuk has much to teach us 2600 years after his life and work. Habakkuk teaches us that when it comes to seasons of waiting, we must embrace God’s promises and His people. You can read that post here. Habakkuk shares his burdens about the people […]