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The Success Affair
Why do so many adulterous relationships begin when ministry is going well?
visible ministry role. Find real accountability. People flock to those who are successful in ministry, but few truly question them, truly know them. Spend at
No Need to Downplay Your Leadership
God calls us to both humility and confidence.
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to multiply. What they receive they must invest, grow, and strengthen. When accountability time comes, God says to the first two, “Well done! You have
Four Steps to Form a Personal Support Group
As you minister to others, don't neglect your own need for challenge and encouragement.
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extended time gives each person in the group the chance to loosen up and slow down long enough to think—something that's extremely important to accomplish accountability and to
Has Accountability Disappeared from the Church?
It’s no wonder we’ve lost our influence
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Has Accountability Disappeared from the Church? It's no wonder we've lost our influence. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 2. 0; tweet; email; print. Merriam
Hollowed Out, Hallowed In
Leading during a time of personal trauma
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member. Toddler aside, that boil needed the hot compress of all-or-nothing truth and a swift lance of accountability before we could move forward. And
For-Profit vs. Church Financial Management
The head of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability shares the differences to help people transition from the business world into a nonprofit ministry.
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The head of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability shares the differences to help people transition from the business world into a nonpr... For-Profit vs.
What a Pastoral Coach Says Pastors Need for Spiritual Self-Care
Ways to create a healthy rhythm in ministry work.
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Take self-care seriously. Pastors should take their allotted vacation time, prayer days, and so on. The main thing many pastors need is accountability to not put off their own needs.
A Matter of Integrity: Why Christians Must Stop Taking the Fake News Bait
Including a simple 4-step check-list to help us stop passing fake news along.
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Including a simple 4-step check-list to help us stop passing fake news along.
5 Principles Small Churches Can Learn From Megachurches
Small churches are uniquely different from megachurches. But that doesn't mean we can't learn from each other.
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Small churches are uniquely different from megachurches. But that doesn't mean we can't learn from each other.
4 Signs Your Church May Not Need Small Groups
When it comes to small groups, what works for big churches may not work for small churches.
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print. Small group ministry is a must for a healthy church. We need the fellowship, the accountability and so much more. But what if you can't get small
Frank Schaeffer on Moral Accountability
Are personal and societal morals two pieces of the same cloth?
More Than a Club
A case for church membership in a culture that views it as odd or optional.
Ultimately, church membership is about commitment, sacrifice, and accountability to God and his community. Scripture is clear that all three are holy pursuits.
The 10 Percent Grace Rule: Judging Without Being Judgmental
As Christians and as consumers of content, how do we balance wise discernment with forgiveness and grace? 
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As Christians and as consumers of content, how do we balance wise discernment with forgiveness and grace?
Firehouse Accountability
There has to be a better way to look out for each other.
The Church Needs Better Critics (9 Ways to Win Hearts, not Just Arguments)
As Christians – especially Christian leaders – our criticism should elevate the conversation, not debase it.
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As Christians – especially Christian leaders – our criticism should elevate the conversation, not debase it.
3 Temptations of Leadership: Abuse of Power
Often masked as something else, the sin of leaders can hide in plain sight
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These people were in the upper echelons of leadership with little accountability; the ruling board was far removed from the everyday goings on and heard only these leaders' version of
4 Ways to Discover and Capitalize On Your Church’s Unique Voice
If you're copying another church, you’re not being the church God called you to be. And the kingdom of God is poorer for not having your voice in it.
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If you're copying another church, you're not being the church God called you to be. And the kingdom of God is poorer for not having your voice in it.
The Plight of the Falling Pastor
Scott Sauls on why leaders wander—and how churches can help them stay on the path.
It's also not a bad idea for pastors and their spouses to be part of a small group. Critique and accountability should freely flow up the org chart as well as down.
Accountability Systems
One basic principle and six simple steps help protect a church's finances.
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Accountability Systems. One basic principle and six simple steps help protect a church's finances. Karl Vaters. 0; tweet. share. expand: email; print; save. 0; tweet; email; print.
What Churches Can Do About the Most Common Discrimination Charge: Retaliation
How welcoming reports of wrongdoing actually helps your church.
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Recent surveys conducted by the ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) reveal that some churches have no established written whistleblower policy.
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