Christians are to "grow in grace and the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ" (2 Peter 3:18). That's true of you as a leader as well as those you lead.
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What can we learn from the collapse of Mark Driscoll's church?
Openness is hard, but vital for community.
Prison ministry demands really practical theology.
How one pastor's physical battle led him to a surprise encounter with grace.
Pursuing God's call to ministry has been anything but easy.
Kyle Idleman discusses three phases of transformation.
Scripture places emormous emphasis on the renewal of our minds.
Growing in Christ … above the neck.
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Larry Crabb says there's something better than control and success.
Spiritual community results from accepting our perpetual brokenness.
You can't be fruitful if you neglect the Source.
Overlooking the health of one's soul is detrimental to one's ministry, and it's easy to overlook.
Even non-intuitives can hone leadership instincts.
Trusting your intuition can lead to richer relationships and a more effective ministry.
"The roots of a resurgent practice, plus 14 books for further study"
The roots of a resurgent practice, plus 14 books for further study
It is possible, but often not very encouraging.
In this interview, Dallas Willard shares that measuring spiritual growth first requires a new definition of success.