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Summer 2003: Emerging Leaders
volume 24, Issue 3
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Our family was drifting apart…until we kicked back at the other Willow Creek.
If every congregation does its own thing, how will newcomers ever feel at home?
The secret includes goals and Wal-Mart.
How do you handle potentially explosive social issues when you know your congregation is not of one mind?
What happens when you realize your emergence is behind you?
Leadership Weekly readers weigh in on the value of uncertainty.
We're changing more than churches--also denoms and religions.
The next generation is redefining spiritual formation, community, and mission.
Would our fragile church survive if it learned the worship leader's tragic secret?
Three overlooked processes between vision and completion.
From a handful of hungry men, we've developed several generations of leaders.
A night in the desert taught me to be ready to do things I've never done before.
Determining what the novice does well, and training him to do it.
Going to church like going swimming means different things to different people.
A Way to keep the pressure on the listener and off the speaker.
England's churches were reawakened by 1,100 young ministers, who learned their craft from an awkward, unpopular, and sometimes angry mentor.
Zoning battles make churches feel unwelcome--and what to do about it.
You can't always be sure, but you'd better be clear.
Six ways to balance when the budget goes red.
What do you do when no one seems qualified to lead?
The kid is self-absorbed and directionless. I don't like him. Does he have a future as a leader?
Making your service hands-on, hearts-out