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Shaping Your Worship Culture

Home > Blog > Shaping Your Worship Culture September 11, 2019 Shaping Your Worship Culture By New Churches Team Selecting Worship Leaders As a church planter looking for the right worship leader, you must consider a person’s character, chemistry, capacity, and competency. Remember that worship leaders lead music, but worship […]

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8 Things That Are Right (Not Wrong) About Young Leaders

by Carey Nieuwhof: College-aged people and young leaders in their twenties and early thirties have a bit of a bad rap. If you listen to many Baby Boomer and Gen-X leaders talk about younger leaders, the complaints come quickly. They Don’t work hard enough. Seem to want it all, now […]

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4 ways conflict can help your church (and people) GROW

From Carey Nieuwhof: This is a guest blog post by Dillon Smith. Dillon is my content manager and is a member of my new Speaking Team. You can book Dillon to speak at your next event here. By Dillon Smith It’s true, I hate conflict. Maybe you do too. Your heart rate […]

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5 ways to lead when you’re not the senior leader

by Carey Nieuwhof: If you were in charge, everything would be different, wouldn’t it? But you’re not. At least not yet. You think you’re right (you have some great ideas). And you’ll do anything to convince your boss to do what you think your church or organization needs to do. […]

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Keys for Identifying, Developing and Retaining Volunteer Leaders

by Tim Nations of Leadership Network: I was recently with a church staff in an affluent, well-educated East Coast suburb. They were trying to shift their church model from “hired staff” managing volunteers to where staff’s primary role would be developing members to lead in ministries inside and outside the […]

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5 Ways to Give Your Team a Raise Without Paying Them More

by Carey Nieuwhof: How do you retain your best team members when you can’t pay them more? That’s an easier question to answer than you might imagine. First, I believe every employer should pay their team members well. I’ve always tried to pay my staff a living wage—well enough that […]

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Understand, Assess, and Improve the Culture in Your Church with Chris Wignall

by unSeminary: Welcome to back to the unSeminary podcast. I’m excited to have Chris Wignall joining us today. He is the Executive Director of the Catalyst Foundation. The job of the Catalyst Foundation is to come alongside leaders of charities and churches to help them understand, assess and improve the […]

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4 Keys To Creating a Healthy Culture That Naturally Resists Toxic People

By Carey Nieuwhof: Guess what’s impacting your leadership more thank you think? Culture. Specifically, the culture you’re creating as a leader. Often I hear leaders complain about the toxic people they have in their organization (staff, customers, volunteers, attenders). To be sure, that happens. But if you always have toxic […]

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How To Stack Your Leadership Pipeline With The Best Volunteers and Team Members

 by Carey Nieuwhof: Wherever I talk to leaders, they tell me one of the their top challenges is finding enough people for their teams, particularly volunteers. Then—usually within minutes—they tell me an even bigger challenge is to find the right people—people who can lead, inspire, mobilize and accomplish things, and that they […]

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15 Steps to Keeping Life Simple

By Jim Wideman: Life can get wild and ministry can get crazy. When you don’t think things can get any busier, they can and they do. In my life I’ve learned “busy” is a relative term. What one person calls busy is not busy to another. The fact is no […]