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Find Your Prophetic Voice
First steps you can take to learn to speak out against injustice
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We want people to like us. We don't want to lose members. We want the church to be a safe place without conflict and strife. These are understandable desires.
Disillusioned by the Church
When organizational culture makes you wonder if you belong
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or relational); Incompetence or dysfunction sanctioned to avoid conflict; Leadership ceilings that cannot be rationally explained; Differing interpretations
Our Top 5 Resources for Responding to Conflict and Crisis
The best training tools to handle church conflict appropriately
When Calling Causes Conflict
Many women face opposition in their calling—whether overt, covert, or internal.
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When Calling Causes Conflict. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. 0; tweet; email; print. Few of us will step into our calling without some level of opposition or conflict.
Use Your Strength to Serve Others
How to gracefully embrace your role as the strongest person in the room
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Sometimes leadership gifts seem like liabilities—they might lead us into more conflict than we would like or undermine the “nice girl” image we sense others want to see.
Ten Commandments of Conflict and Crisis
Keeping the inevitable from doing the irreparable.
The more interactive a church community is, the more leaders can preempt serious conflict, because they get people talking before conflict goes underground. Ignore the small stuff.
Bring Your Full Self to the Table
When we allow God to use our full identity, amazing ministry can follow.
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She remembers her mother carefully planning out meals, so that the non-American smells of Korean soups and kimchee wouldn't conflict with guest check-ins or busy travel seasons.
Ally or Adversary?
Relationships between female leaders are often marked by competition and contempt. It doesn't have to be this way.
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Ally or Adversary? Relationships between female leaders are often marked by competition and contempt. It doesn't have to be this way. Read as Single
Diagnosing and Changing Church Culture
What you need to know about your past to move forward
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founding pastor. Whether the pastor avoided conflict, loved to have fun, or was highly intellectual, the church culture is often based on those values. Because
Course on Church Management • Meeting Decisions • Direct Feedback: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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4. State the other side's view during a conflict. “If you validate your counterpart's perspective, expertise, and feelings, you will keep the conflict focused on the issue.
When They're Really Mad at You
How to follow Jesus while dodging bullets.
3. Pastors are usually people-pleasers who avoid conflict at all costs. But the process was needed to avoid ceaseless conflict and dysfunction, a distraction from ministry on all sides.
Make Conflict Work for You
Handling disagreement can help your relationships
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Make Conflict Work for You. Handling disagreement can help your relationships. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. 0; tweet; email; print. Conflict is inevitable.
Evil Is Real, But Love Is Stronger
We don’t need a weak, shallow, moderated response right now. We need a strong, deep and clear response. That’s why we need Christ's love.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
We don't need a weak, shallow, moderated response right now. We need a strong, deep and clear response. That's why we need Christ's love.
Confessions of a Former ‘It’ Church Pastor
We were the hottest church in our area. Then everything imploded.
Finally, after 13 months of confrontation, Gordon and his family stopped attending our services. Only, they didn't really leave. I went from spending all
Hard Job, High Calling
Reports of clergy attrition are often exaggerated, but pastors still face daunting challenges.
84 percent say they're on call 24 hours a day. 80 percent expect conflict in their church. Interpersonal conflict ranks high on the list of challenges for pastors.
What Makes Your Church Your Church?
3 building blocks to help you tell your story.
public arguments and splits. According to Miller, the conflict wasn't handled well, and there was a lot of pain within the church body. While it's easier to
Youth Ministry Hiring • Effective Staff Meetings • Face-to-Face Conflict: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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Youth Ministry Hiring • Effective Staff Meetings • Face-to-Face Conflict: Management Roundup. 3. Get face to face with conflict. "Leadership should be a blessing, not a curse.
7 Tips for Church Boards
Ways to strengthen this leadership team.
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Strong opinions are fine, but if each person seeks the mind and will of God with all their heart, conflict will be greatly minimized. 4. Don't Avoid Conflict; Aim to Resolve It When It Occurs.
Big Churches And Small Churches: Contrast Without Criticism
Church leaders need to understand the differences between churches of various sizes. So we can work together, not tear ourselves apart.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Church leaders need to understand the differences between churches of various sizes. So we can work together, not tear ourselves apart.
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