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Be Careful Which Way You Lean

By: Brandon A. Cox Be Careful Which Way You Lean .et_post_meta_wrapper I love the story of The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss, and one of the most impactful lines comes in an exchange between the Lorax and the Once-ler: The Lorax: Which way does a tree fall?The Once-ler: Uh, down?The Lorax: A […]


Episode 501: Thriving in Leadership

By: New Churches In Episode 501 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss what thriving looks like and the importance of spiritual and emotional health. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: How church leaders are seen as second and third respondersWhy creating sabbath rhythms are important  Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches): […]


8 Easy Ways to Blow It In This Next Season of Ministry

By: Carey Nieuwhof The good news is it feels like we’re entering a new season of leadership and ministry. Although the coronavirus is still with us, churches and businesses are reopening and things that weren’t possible a month or two ago are now possible again. That’s the good news. The […]


The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors

Home > Blog > The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors The Unmet Emotional Needs of Pastors By New Churches Team It’s no secret that pastoring is a calling that comes with many demands—pressure to please everyone in the congregation, a burden to keep church finances healthy, and carrying the weight […]


The Ultimate Plan for Communicating Better

The Ultimate Plan for Communicating Better .et_post_meta_wrapper By Brandon Cox: Angie and I talk to a lot of couples about marriage, and one of the most common problems we encounter is the communication conundrum. Spouses really struggle to know how to articulate themselves as well as how to understand each […]

Pruned to Grow During This Season

Let’s offer ourselves up to be pruned and be amazed at the fruit the Vine produces. by The Church.Digital: For as long as I can remember, I have had very vivid dreams. Some are so out there that when I wake up, it’s easy to remember they weren’t real (case […]

Grace In The Face Of Doubt

by Stan Rodda: There are moment when I feel like my belief and faith are stronger than ever. Then tragedy strikes, chaos, a fight with a family member, a global pandemic. Something terrible shakes everything. How quickly I jump to, “God, are you really there? Why is this happening?” I […]


Are You Listening to God’s Voice?

by Craig Etheredge: You were created to know God in a deep and personal way. He never intended for your relationship with Him to be distant, formal or mechanical. He knows you. He has a plan for you that is beautiful, adventurous and significant. And most of all, He created […]


The Most Valuable Asset You Possess

The Most Valuable Asset You Possess .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: As I confessed in another recent devotional, I sometimes tend to be a know-it-all. In other words, I’m afraid of not having the answers, so I’m tempted to fake it and make something up if I can’t answer the question. […]


How to Support Your Spouse Experiencing Anxiety

By Kandi Gallaty: I will never forget that night at the mall. My husband, Robby, and I had just finished dinner and were headed shopping to look for jeans. He came out of the dressing room and said he wasn’t feeling well. He was light-headed, pale, and didn’t feel right. […]