How to make good decisions, whether as an individual or as a group.
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We assume life's biggest choices should be left to individuals, but Christians must find another way.
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An African orphan on what he loves (and doesn't) about short-term mission teams.
Sometimes people's wishes run counter to God's painful path of transformation.
When God called our church to relocate, we thought the transition would be smooth. Boy, were we wrong.
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Fred Smith shares 10 questions leaders should ask themselves when facing a difficult decision.
After a decision is made, leaders must not overlook all the essential steps necessary to prepare for and communicate the change.
Your most important leadership role: discerning and obeying God's voice. Together.
Ruth Haley Barton explains why it is important for church leaders to discern God's will for their ministry.
In this interview, Carl F. George discusses the art of making sound decisions, including the mistakes commonly made by pastors.
You can't always be sure, but you'd better be clear.
Andy Stanley stresses the importance of leading confidently even in the midst of uncertainty.