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Spring 2008: New Ways Teams Lead
volume 29, Issue 2
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How to avoid the 5 most common dysfunctions of a ministry team.
How do you develop a racially diverse leadership team? Are quotas the right recipe?
Rediscovering the gift that leaves churches and well-connected pastors in its wake.
Elders and ministers can lead successfully together if they share these four priorities.
It took a church and a social service agency teaming up to bring good news to a tough Chicago neighborhood.
When the topics get tough, this preacher gets help.
When pastors team up to write the week's sermon, can they avoid oncoming traffic?
We're familiar with pastors and teachers, but today's world needs a leadership team that includes three biblical but forgotten functions.
What kind of groundwork leads to real community?
More artistic leaders are looking for an alternative to sports metaphors in ministry.
Comparing the latest books by Andy Stanley and Tim Keel.
Prayer ensures the sermon reflects Christ, and not just the preacher.
A surprising answer to a stubborn problem.
Saving second marriages before they start.
Should unbelieving musicians be allowed to play with the worship team?
Rallying Christians and non-Christians around community needs may invigorate your outreach.
Maybe sustainable agriculture is a better model for church life than a feed lot.
It wasn't till we attempted the untried and untested that I discovered …
How do you raise a family while leading a church?
When words fail, the Word I've memorized is there.
We asked two PKs who are now raising their own PKs to tell us how they navigate ministry and family life.
Like God, the gospel is both one and more than that.
Can staged worship "experiences" lead to a false gospel?
After a bad experience with personality-based, top-down leadership, a whole new approach was needed at what is truly The Next Level Church.