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Cultivar ideas y pensar profundamente pueden ser actos espirituales de amor.
When Joel and Rachel Triska moved into the depressed neighborhood of Deep Ellum, they asked residents what they needed—then designed a community to meet those needs.
The right kind of creativity brings clarity to ministry confusion.
Because hope fuels innovation, creativity, and vitality in the church.
Erwin McManus on how being "naked and unashamed" led to new faith, new life, and new believers.
Creativity comes from focusing on your goal
One innovates, one cultivates. Is there room on the range for both in church?
Our editors have compiled our best on Innovation topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.
One giant lesson about introducing new ideas.
Gordon MacDonald considers the innovations the church has experienced in recent years and wonders whether these efforts have generated the desired results.
Creativity keeps worship fresh, but change often meets resistance. Incorporating these creative changes wisely can create meaningful worship experiences.
Why the Church of Tomorrowland is looking backward.
IIn a time when people view the future with more anxiety than optimism, the church has the opportunity to present a message of hope.
Why your brightest ideas aren't always warmly embraced.
A congregation will rarely share the pastor's enthusiasm for his latest innovation, but the way one presents the change makes a huge difference.