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¿Cuál es la idea genial?

¿Cuál es la idea genial?

Cultivar ideas y pensar profundamente pueden ser actos espirituales de amor.
Three Rooms With a View

Three Rooms With a ViewSubscriber Access Only

The right kind of creativity brings clarity to ministry confusion.
Raising Hope

Raising Hope

Because hope fuels innovation, creativity, and vitality in the church.
Staying Fresh

Staying Fresh

Creativity comes from focusing on your goal
Slow Church vs. McMinistry

Slow Church vs. McMinistrySubscriber Access Only

And other items of interest from ministry and culture.
Framing the Issues of Our Day

Framing the Issues of Our DaySubscriber Access Only

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Our editors have compiled our best on Vision & Values topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.

Blind Spot

Blind SpotSubscriber Access Only

Why THIS?
Visionaries are leaders who see the big picture and determine the necessary steps for the group. But pastors must also build personal relationships, willing to minister to individuals.
From My Vision to Our Vision

From My Vision to Our VisionSubscriber Access Only

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Not all pastors are visionary leaders, which is why it sometimes takes a leadership team to identify God's vision for a church.
Even Healthy Churches Need to Change

Even Healthy Churches Need to ChangeSubscriber Access Only

If it ain't broke … thinking leads nowhere.
Why THIS?
H. Dale Burke shares what it was like to succeed Chuck Swindoll as the head pastor at a thriving church. Burke discovered that in spite of the church's overall health, innovation and flexibility were still essential.
Before You Introduce Change

Before You Introduce Change

Vision casting isn't step one, or even step two.
Why THIS?
Pastors hoping to institute changes should first establish a sense of urgency and elicit support from informed and engaged leaders before articulating the vision and the strategy for achieving it.
Roadblocks and Guardrails for Visionaries

Roadblocks and Guardrails for VisionariesSubscriber Access Only

Why THIS?
Tom McKee recommends removing two common roadblocks and erecting two guardrails to make managing visionaries easier.
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The Sanctified Brain

The Sanctified Brain

Growing in Christ … above the neck.
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