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The skills needed for faithful church management.

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Follow the Money Trail

Follow the Money Trail

How churches can be more open with their finances.
Preaching with Wonder

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Unconventional Warfare

Unconventional Warfare

Leadership secrets of a Green Beret chaplain.
5 Signs Your Leadership Has Quit On You

5 Signs Your Leadership Has Quit On You

How to know when you're losing credibility.
A Sermon's Life Cycle

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Well-Oiled Machine or Well-Watered Garden?

Well-Oiled Machine or Well-Watered Garden?

Your answer to that question makes all the difference for your team.
What We Learned From a Failed Church Merger

What We Learned From a Failed Church Merger

It wasn't easy, but it taught us a lot.
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Our editors have compiled our best on Administration topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.

The Many Sides of Administration

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Why THIS?
Being in tune with the church's administrative needs helps a pastor lead effectively.
Walls do Talk

Walls do Talk

In the Bible, locations and structures mean something. What is your facility saying?
Why THIS?
Church leaders should be more concerned with creating a facility designed to enhance worship and less concerned with seating capacity. Ultimately, the way you use your space speaks volumes about your church.
The All-Purpose Pastor

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Why THIS?
A pastor's three key responsibilities are communication, pastoral care, and leadership. Even though not all these responsibilities will come naturally, pastors must work to grow in all three areas.
Two of Me

Two of Me

For God's people, the opposite of simplicity is not complexity. It's duplicity.
Why THIS?
Practicing discipline of simplicity brings rest to our soul, and it helps us find our true identity.
State of the Art

State of the Art

Andy Stanley on God's ways, cultural assumptions, and leading.
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Andy Stanley on God's ways, cultural assumptions, and leading.
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To Keep Dreaming

To Keep Dreaming

A pastor's questions for a veteran evangelist.
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