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Deciding Together

Deciding TogetherSubscriber Access Only

We assume life's biggest choices should be left to individuals, but Christians must find another way.

Denver 2014

Denver 2014

Denver, CO

The Gift of Work

The Gift of Work

How I've learned to see my day job as more than just a way to pay the bills.

Like Starving Chefs

Like Starving Chefs

Coming to Scripture only to feed others is not a healthy recipe.

Future Studies

Future StudiesSubscriber Access Only

And other items of interest from ministry and culture.
Can Neuroscience Help Us Disciple Anyone?

Can Neuroscience Help Us Disciple Anyone?

Brain science and the renewal of your mind.
Study the Brain Without Losing Your Soul

Study the Brain Without Losing Your Soul

Can brain science teach us about discipleship?

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The Gift of Work

The Gift of Work

How I've learned to see my day job as more than just a way to pay the bills. |
A Good Exit Strategy

A Good Exit Strategy

What to do on your way out. |
Deciding Together

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We assume life's biggest choices should be left to individuals, but Christians must find another way. |
To Keep Dreaming

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A pastor's questions for a veteran evangelist. |

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Like Starving Chefs

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Control Tweaks

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The right combination of structure and empowerment moved this church toward maturity. |
Among the Successful Failures

Among the Successful Failures

Two very different ministry conferences showed me one hidden truth. |
Two of Me

Two of Me

For God's people, the opposite of simplicity is not complexity. It's duplicity. |

Conversations

Convening Top Ministry Thinkers
Signs of Life

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When Joel and Rachel Triska moved into the depressed neighborhood of Deep Ellum, they asked residents what they needed—then designed a community to meet those needs.
Dancing in the Rain

Dancing in the Rain

Erwin McManus on how being "naked and unashamed" led to new faith, new life, and new believers.
Farewell Franchise Ministry

Farewell Franchise Ministry

Why is megachurch pastor John Mark Comer ditching conventional church-growth wisdom? Two words: mission and millennials.
No More One-Man Band

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Larry Osborne and Chris Brown on the payoffs and pitfalls of transitioning to shared leadership.
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