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Bill Hybels Talks REVEAL

A Q&A on discipleship, preaching, and pain.
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Preaching for Total Commitment

What does it take to convince people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ?
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Leader's Insight: Yes, Ministry Leadership Is Complex

When business people offer free advice, we should say, "It's not that easy."
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Leader's Insight: Recruiting Without GuiltSubscriber Access Only

How to ask busy people to volunteer for ministry.
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Shades of GraySubscriber Access Only

Creative leadership is not just black and white—and more unconventional wisdom from the man who engineered your dishwasher.
Must-Reads from Bill Hybels

Our editors have compiled our best from this contributor from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.

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The Y FactorSubscriber Access Only

Why THIS?
Think your resources are too limited for your ministry to bear more fruit? This article reveals how Willow Creek discovered that the key to a more productive ministry lies in the contributions of volunteers.

The Accompanying PresenceSubscriber Access Only

His voice is still small, but you'll preach better if you hear first from the Holy Spirit.
Why THIS?
Bill Hybels talks about preaching in the power of the Holy Spirit and how he is most likely to experience the Spirit's leading when he is preparing a sermon or in a time of desperate need.

READING YOUR GAUGESSubscriber Access Only

How to monitor your fitness to minister and make sure you don't run out of fuel.
Why THIS?
Ever feel worn out without understanding why? In this article, Bill Hybels reveals that, even though he had been monitoring his spiritual and physical health, he had neglected his emotional strength.

Shades of GraySubscriber Access Only

Creative leadership is not just black and white—and more unconventional wisdom from the man who engineered your dishwasher.
Why THIS?
In this interview, Stephen B. Sample tells Bill Hybels why leaders should not be afraid to delay decision-making. And why forced contemplation of the outrageous might be the key to breaking out of our ruts.

Bill Hybels Talks REVEAL

A Q&A on discipleship, preaching, and pain.
Why THIS?
The REVEAL research suggested that few people in church are truly "Christ-centered." Bill Hybels talks about how church leaders should respond to this information.
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Biodynamics of the Kingdom

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