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Why Culture Wins at Your Church with William Vanderbloemen

by Rich Birch: Thanks for joining us for another episode of the unSeminary podcast. I’m so excited to have William Vanderbloemen from the Vanderbloemen Search Group with us today. Vanderbloemen Search Group started out wanting help churches find pastors. They now have branched into doing a few other things such […]

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How to Align Ministries to Multiply Impact

By Daniel Im: We need to be teaching younger generations the truths that will last. Research studies show that teenagers are enjoying church and like the traditions of church but are unable to explain basic teachings of the Bible. Their belief system is “moral therapeutic deism.” Younger generations grasp the basic […]

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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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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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5 Healthy Meeting Habits in High Performance Church Teams – unSeminary

by Rich Birch: Stop and think about how much of your time is spent in meeting in an average week at your church. Now, do some quick math to calculate that across your team. Wowsers! That’s a lot of time! (Bonus: Assign some monetary value to each of those hours.) […]

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Churches Can Reimburse Health Insurance Premiums Again – But is It Worth It?

by Patrick Bradley: Some churches used to reimburse health insurance premiums as a benefit to their employees. The passage of the Affordable Care Act initially made that illegal – they wanted all employers to offer group health insurance to their employees. But now the 21st Century Cures Act has made […]

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CHURCH ZERO

by Peyton Jones: When Jesus ascended with His work unfinished, He knew that no one person was going to be able to follow in His wake. The five kitbags each represent a specific skillset necessary for a church leadership team, like a sapper, sniper, commando, Navy SEAL, and heavy weapons […]

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6 Dirty Secrets about Multisite Churches That (Almost) No-one is Talking About

by Rich Birch: Is your church considering going multisite? It would seem like every church leader I talk with is wrestling with this approach on reaching new communities. Studies have shown that basically every growing church is either already multisite or actively looking into it. I’ve been a practitioner of […]

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Bivocational Research

By Daniel Im: An integral part of research is gathering data. These numbers tell us a story. At LifeWay Research, McConnell, along with others, gathers information about culture and the church and uses that data to help the church understand the culture in which we today. This quantitative research gives them […]