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Surviving the Summer Slump-Pt 2 ~ 4 Ways to Keep Relationships Strong

John Gilman May 30, 2013

Never abandon a friend–either yours or your father’s. When disaster strikes, you won’t have to ask your brother for assistance. It’s better to go to a neighbor than to a brother who lives far away. Proverbs 27:10 Summer strengthens family relationships, but the Summer Slump makes church relationships stale. Ministers know the story. A family finds… Continue Reading »

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Surviving the Summer Slump for Ministry Leadership – Part 1

John Gilman May 24, 2013

 “The rhythm is gonna get you.” -Gloria Estefan Every industry has rhythms, and successful leaders identify these rhythms and position their organizations to thrive during the highs and to survive the lows. Bad leaders ignore these rhythms and fail. The beginnings of spring and fall are exciting times for pastors because they are key times… Continue Reading »

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4 Essential Keys to Working with Twentysomethings | From #Impact12 Speaker Nicole Unice

Meredith Mahon Morris April 2, 2012

It can be daunting to open up your life and your ministry to the next generation. Just when you think you’ve figured out how to run a small group or women’s ministry or even your own meeting, this lively bunch shows up, with energy and enthusiasm, zany ideas and young skin. At times they seem like peers, other times they seem like preschoolers. Pundits say they are entitled and adolescent. Yet regardless of how you feel about the next generation, they are the church of tomorrow and they are the church of today. They are our next pastors, ministry leaders, elders, writers and communicators. Working with them is a biblical mandate, as we are called to commend the works of God to the next generation (Psalm 71:8).

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Ministry Leaders: Mac Lake on Leadership Development, Part 6| When Leadership Development Dollars are Tight

Meredith Mahon Morris January 17, 2012

In the face of this tough economy I find that many churches are cutting their development dollars. As they take a magnifying glass and a scalpel to their budget it’s the conferences fees, travel expenses and book allowance that are among the first being cut. I understand, things are tight, but just because you cut your development budget doesn’t mean you need to cut leadership development.

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Ministry Leaders: Mac Lake on Leadership Development, part 4 | Five Non-Negotiables

Meredith Mahon Morris January 3, 2012

We respect the real thought leaders in ministry who are doing ministry day in and day out. Because of that, we’re bringing you different voices with real ministry perspective to aid, challenge and inspire you. It’s not about what we think, it’s about helping you learn from your peers. And in that, we’ll all growing… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Leaders: Mac Lake on Leadership Development, part 3 | Self-Assessment: Ingraining Leadership Development in Your Culture

Meredith Mahon Morris December 27, 2011

We respect the real thought leaders in ministry who are doing ministry day in and day out. Because of that, we’re bringing you different voices with real ministry perspective to aid, challenge and inspire you. It’s not about what we think, it’s about helping you learn from your peers. And in that, we’ll all growing… Continue Reading »

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