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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 […]

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7 Things Lead Pastors Wish They Could Say to Worship Leaders

Today’s post is a guest post by Unseminary’s Rich Birch:  Lead pastors spend a lot time in the front row of the church participating in worship services. In fact, if you’re a church leader reading this you know the double track mind that we end up having during these experiences. On one […]

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9 Hidden Things That Make or Break Leaders

by Carey Nieuwhof: So you’ve noticed something. Your ability to lead well seems to fluctuate. Some days (and seasons) you seem to be in top shape. You have energy and enthusiasm, a clear mind and your decision making is sharp. But on other days (and in other seasons) you’re sluggish, fuzzy or […]

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15 Ways To Become a Kinder, Better Boss and Human Being

by Carey Nieuwhof: If your team (and family) was being 100% honest, would they say they love being around you? I know, these are the questions that keep us up at night, or at least should. I would says the answer for me is sometimes yes, and sadly, sometimes not so […]

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3 Simple Habits That Keep A Discussion From Becoming A Debate

by Jim Putman: I have a core belief that I think God calls all his followers to hold and that is Christ Centered Relationships. I believe that all my relationships need to be grounded in and centered on Christ and that I should be living out the fruit of the Spirit within them. This […]

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Overcoming The New Leadership Epidemic — Isolation and Loneliness

by Carey Nieuwhof: I talk to a growing number of leaders who ask for advice—very personal advice. They ask me questions like Should I stay in this church or move on? or I’m struggling with my elder board, is it time for me to leave? These are really big questions, and they’re situation-specific. As […]

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The Most Important Hat a Church Planter Wears

By Phil Metzger: Church planters wear a lot of hats, by necessity. Pastor, Bible teacher, counselor, worship leader (regardless of skill), church set up and tear down coordinator, janitor. The list goes on. But in all my years of church planting it is my firm conclusion that the most important hat […]