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Calling all Christians
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Calling all ChristiansSubscriber Access Only

There are no second rate callings
The 2012 Leadership Book Awards
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The 2012 Leadership Book AwardsSubscriber Access Only

We highly recommend these titles as you strive to develop your leadership gifts.
Words used well
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Words used wellSubscriber Access Only

Your words have power.
Call Me Maybe
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Call Me MaybeSubscriber Access Only

Creative new titles for pastors
Finding Your Own Preaching Voice
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Finding Your Own Preaching VoiceSubscriber Access Only

Lawrence E. Aker III discusses learning from mentors while discovering your own style.
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Hot TheologySubscriber Access Only

If we ignore the reality of hell, we make one of Jesus' frequent teachings a mere metaphor.
The modern church should not avoid discussing hell and judgment. Jesus didn't.

Missional MisgivingsSubscriber Access Only

Small, indigenous churches are getting lots of attention, but where's the fruit?
Dan Kimball notes that "attractional," program-driven churches are training disciples, but he wonders if missional churches are really bearing fruit.

Discovering and Escaping LiturgySubscriber Access Only

Worship trends among the young are more complicated than you realize.
Young people are often drawn to worship styles that are new to them, even if those practices date back hundreds of years.

I Was Wrong About Church BuildingsSubscriber Access Only

They can be outposts of mission, not just a drain on resources.
Dan Kimball rethinks his original stance that churches don't need buildings.

The Young and the RepentantSubscriber Access Only

A proper definition is the key to leading young adults to repent.
Young people are more likely to respond to a message that presents repentance as something to embrace, rather than something to respond to out of fear.
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5 Good Ways to Welcome Strangers

5 Good Ways to Welcome Strangers

It’s not illegal to care for immigrants, whatever their status.
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