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Spring 2005: Bridging Barriers
volume 26, Issue 2
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We were working well together to reach our changing neighborhood—until the cornerstone story came out. Did we have a future without repenting of our past?
Bring generations together and reduce 20-something dropout.
These ministries span differences in politics, race, and (most amazingly) denominational distinctives.
When defending purity, go right to the heart.
Help for married pastors when talking to single adults.
Does diversity in the church work?
Creating a place where everyone belongs.
Amid clashing cultures, I was becoming the very thing I hated.
How one church finds and deploys an untapped wealth of talent.
Clergy are more sexually satisfied, less likely to commit adultery.
They probably depend on your demographics.
4 pastors weigh the pros and cons of higher education.
Why is it so hard for us in ministry to form deep, lasting friendships?
Building on the popular Good to Great concept, a hopeful new study finds a few churches that make the jump.
Your best planning tool is an honest look at last Sunday.
Instead of providing answers to problems, this mentoring strategy guides people to devise their own plays.
Sometimes we have to deliver an unwelcome message.
Depression hit me by surprise, and help came despite my foolish reactions.