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Lewis Center for Church Leadership
A vision of church leadership grounded in faith, informed by knowledge, and exercised in effective practice
A vision of church leadership grounded in faith, informed by knowledge, and exercised in effective practice
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Leadership coach Ken Willard shares tips on using time effectively at http://bit.ly/1IkUJMo.
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Read “Nine Ways Generosity Leads to Healthier and More Purposeful Living” by Ann A. Michel at http://bit.ly/1RzcrzX.
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“Leading Ideas to Reach Young Adults” is an ideal conversation starter for congregations that care deeply about reaching younger generations. http://bit.ly/1SkPvzI
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Considering changing your worship times? Two blogs speak about the implications of various worship service times. Thom Rainer addresses the topic in “Seven Trends in Worship Service Times” (http://bit.ly/1IVhqFE) and Tony Morgan in “Considering New Sunday Service Times?: 10 Growth Factors to Consider” (http://bit.ly/1JdPFE3). Their suggestions and advice will not always match your context, but their provocative ideas can stimulate your congregation’s thinking.
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Many congregational leaders have used “Changes Congregations Are Facing Today” as a conversation starter to evaluate their own trends and to plan for the future. From worship attendance patterns to diversity, finances to mission engagement and more, this ebook offers insightful articles, along with discussion questions and sources for further information for each topic covered.

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Read “What is ‘Adjacent Possible’? Can It Benefit Your Church?” by Lovett H. Weems, Jr.n at http://bit.ly/1HaUxta.
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The free “Moving Faith Communities to Fruitful Conversations about Race” resource will help faith communities explore fruitful ways of moving forward. 

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Read “Leadership Lived: Clementa Pinckney and Open Doors” by Lovett H. Weems, Jr. at http://bit.ly/1NwuJfs.
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Great idea! A Forth Worth, Texas, congregation is using a food truck to serve its neighbors and reach new disciples. http://bit.ly/1C51vDy

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Be a failure-tolerant leader. The willingness to risk change and try new things is essential to congregational vitality and growth. http://bit.ly/1GpWi5m
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