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Practices

Being a leader demands more than good intentions. It means developing the abilities necessary to handle the situations you will encounter. In this section of LeadershipJournal.net, you'll find help for sharpening your skills and improving your ability to serve as a leader.

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Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

How welcoming in the stranger revived a declining congregation.
Journey Toward Hope

Journey Toward Hope

What a unique cancer ministry can teach you about pastoring people in crisis.
Host a Red Carpet Event For Special Needs People

Host a Red Carpet Event For Special Needs People

Give them the "Best Night Ever."
Hold a "Gas Buy Down"

Hold a "Gas Buy Down"

Give the gift of cheaper gas.
Split The Tithe

Split The Tithe

Give half to the church and half to missions.
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Merge Ahead

Merge Ahead

A way forward for declining churches
The Prayer-Centered Church

The Prayer-Centered ChurchSubscriber Access Only

What it takes to lead a prayerful community.
Tithing: Law or a Grace?

Tithing: Law or a Grace?Subscriber Access Only

The place of giving in the gospel.
A Tale of Two Weekends

A Tale of Two Weekends Subscriber Access Only

What can preachers learn from professional storytellers?
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Our editors have compiled our best on Practices topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.
Spiritual War Vets

Spiritual War Vets

Spiritual warfare is part of our world and therefore part of our ministry.
State of the Art

State of the Art

Andy Stanley on God's ways, cultural assumptions, and leading.
Why THIS?
Andy Stanley on God's ways, cultural assumptions, and leading.
Cookie Cutter Community

Cookie Cutter Community

Distressed by consumer Christianity, this church razed the ministries enjoyed by so many for so Iong—and started over.
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Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

How welcoming in the stranger revived a declining congregation.
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