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A successful project exceeds expectations and starts by asking the right questions about desired outcomes
Thinking creates doing. No matter what your level in an organization, you can boost your effectiveness as a leader by managing your think-and-do time.
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Faithful attendance honors Christ and builds up His church. Non-attendance moves in the other direction. It makes light of His name and harms His church in many ways and for many reasons.
Faithful attendance honors Christ and builds up His church. Non-attendance moves in the other direction. It makes light of His name and harms His church in many ways and for many reasons.
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I plead with you. I plead with you on behalf of your wives, on behalf of your future wives, on behalf of Christian women everywhere: Stop. Just stop.
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There is plenty to complain about at church. But what if we stopped looking for what’s wrong? What if we looked for what’s right with our churches? What if we expressed gratitude for what we have? Most of us have much to be thankful for in our churches, but human nature has a way of eroding our appreciation.
There’s no perfect church. So embrace what you have by practicing gratitude, writes a lay leader.
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Our work should be centered on service to others, no matter what our work or role is.


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This also challenges churches to revisit their ministry calendar to avoid competing priorities.
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1) We meant what we said. Often not what you heard. – That is true 99% of the time. (Statistically verifiable. ) Men are usually more literal, and frankly simple-minded. Women may have multiple meanings with a statement. That’s less likely with men. So, when a man says something, try to hear only what was said — without attaching extra thoughts triggered by emotions. If in doubt, ask if his statement had a deeper meaning before making assumptions.
by Ron Edmondson. In my position, I hear from men and women continually. In most relationships — communication appears to be the biggest struggle. It's a constant work in progress in my own marriage. The difficulty is in the way men and women communicate. My counseling background and years of ...
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Here’s a simple way to determine if you have healthy systems in place. Consider every next step people take at your church. When someone new to your church asks what they should do to take one of these steps, how do you respond?

If you say, “Go see Joe or Sue,” you don’t have a system, you have a person. Just having a single person helping people take their next steps works when everyone already knows that person and that person is always available to respond. Once new people start showing up, that doesn’t work anymore.


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Church Calendar. Many churches are notorious for being activity-driven. One activity is stacked upon another. The church is so busy doing good things that it neglects the best things. Typically, the most often neglected ministries in busy churches are evangelism and ministry beyond the walls of the church. Most busy churches are not Great Commission churches.
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If you really want to experience health for growth, audit your staffs’ schedules and create sustainable rhythms. This may mean letting go of some programs because they can’t be done healthily.
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Five spectacular pointers for college freshmen.
How can churches better brace young people for when their Christian faith will be deemed intellectually indefensible?
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We don’t always have the financial resources to do what we’d love to do on this front. But don’t let money stand in the way of developing people!
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My goals this year. Hold me to them!

Mind: Read 26 books
Body: Exercise 5 days per week
Body: Drink more water
Spirit: Find a place to engage those needing a hand up
Marriage: Practice love via action
Friends: Engage men