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Winter 2005: Creativity
volume 26, Issue 1
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Creative leadership is not just black and white—and more unconventional wisdom from the man who engineered your dishwasher.
One giant lesson about introducing new ideas.
Five steps for giving change a chance.
Three inevitable conflicts will face every innovative leader.
Lessons in creativity from a Disney Imagineer.
Spying the 4 longings that are prompting new ways of doing church.
Matthew Barnett's secret is to inspire others to dream what God can do—and dream big.
Aimee Semple McPherson's Angelus Temple is full once again, as Matthew Barnett takes up her pulpit and two of her passions.
These churches take innovation to extremes.
What have you learned about bringing change to your church—and at what price? 5 leaders respond.
Every activity at Solomon's Porch contributes to spiritual formation.
Tim Keller and Redeemer Presbyterian are making New York an urban church planting center.
Mexico churches declare war on ringing cell phones.
Not everyone should head for the hills of innovation. But some should.
And three forward-thinking authors agree, take the one most traveled.
How can we lower the barrier between pastors and musicians?
Plus: The Count of Monte Cristo, Need for fathers, Standards to live by, Olympian Hits Wrong Target, Wedding Ceremony.
How do you maintain morale and momentum when you're filling the gap between ministry leaders? A short guide for interims.
How my preaching became an act of intimacy.
I preached on same-sex marriage and the protesters came out.