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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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Getting to 'Aha'

Getting to 'Aha'Subscriber Access Only

Kyle Idleman discusses three phases of transformation.
It's All in Your Head

It's All in Your HeadSubscriber Access Only

Scripture places emormous emphasis on the renewal of our minds.
The Sanctified Brain

The Sanctified Brain

Growing in Christ … above the neck.
Kissing Scars

Kissing ScarsSubscriber Access Only

How our visible wounds point to the Great Healer.
My Near Life Experience

My Near Life Experience

How a brush with death taught me to live fearlessly for God.
Faith and the Brain

Faith and the BrainSubscriber Access Only

An interview with Dr. Andrew Newberg.
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Our editors have compiled our best on Formation topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.

American Idols

American IdolsSubscriber Access Only

Larry Crabb says there's something better than control and success.
Why THIS?
Spiritual community results from accepting our perpetual brokenness.
Soul Health

Soul HealthSubscriber Access Only

You can't be fruitful if you neglect the Source.
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Overlooking the health of one's soul is detrimental to one's ministry, and it's easy to overlook.
I Have This Feeling ...

I Have This Feeling ...

Even non-intuitives can hone leadership instincts.
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Trusting your intuition can lead to richer relationships and a more effective ministry.
Got Your 'Spiritual Director' Yet?

Got Your 'Spiritual Director' Yet?Subscriber Access Only

"The roots of a resurgent practice, plus 14 books for further study"
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The roots of a resurgent practice, plus 14 books for further study
How Do We Assess Spiritual Growth?

How Do We Assess Spiritual Growth?Subscriber Access Only

It is possible, but often not very encouraging.
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In this interview, Dallas Willard shares that measuring spiritual growth first requires a new definition of success.
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Together, Without God

Together, Without God

New atheist communities look a lot like church.
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