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Leadership Journal 1988

Volume 9

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THE MINISTER AS MEASTROSubscriber Access Only

The pastor is more conductor of an orchestra than CEO of a business.

THE SPIRITUAL INVENTORYSubscriber Access Only

THE MIND ALIVESubscriber Access Only

Reading can stimulate growth, but only if we find the time, the right material, and a way to remember it.

FROM THE EDITORSSubscriber Access Only

EFFECTIVE INVITATIONSSubscriber Access Only

Six fresh ways to awaken people to commitment.

THE PASTOR'S SALARY: A Leadership SurveySubscriber Access Only

A nationwide study reveals what pastors make--and how they feel about it.

RAISING KIDS TO LOVE THE CHURCHSubscriber Access Only

Children of the ministry are not volunteers; they are conscripts. But even they can grow up enjoying their experience.

Can Spiritual Maturity Be Taught?Subscriber Access Only

An interview with Roberta Hestenes

GROWTH: AN ACT OF THE WILL?Subscriber Access Only

Does spiritual development depend on my effort? A reflection on the interplay of God's will and ours.

RETHINKING SUBURBAN EVANGELISMSubscriber Access Only

In a day when privacy is prized, how can a church reach its insulated neighbors?

PASSING ON A VITAL FAITHSubscriber Access Only

The next generation needs lasting regeneration, too.

VITALITY IN THE CLOSING DARKNESSSubscriber Access Only

What happens when a pastor begins to lose his mind? A true story

TYPE B SPIRITUALITYSubscriber Access Only

WHEN SPIRITUALITY IS JUST A JOBSubscriber Access Only

GETTING BACK TO NURTURESubscriber Access Only

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Growing Grace for Mental Illness

Growing Grace for Mental IllnessSubscriber Access Only

One pastor's story mirrors a burgeoning response in the church.
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