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Diminish the Power of Negative Circumstances
Take control of your circumstances by changing your mindset.
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preached a sermon titled, “Looking Beyond Your Circumstances.” It was eight years before his “I Have a Dream” speech that would change America's course.
Embracing Church Unity And Variety (Change The Seasoning, Keep The Chicken)
So many church arguments aren’t about the meat. They’re about the seasoning we add to it.
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Christian UnityMay 04, 2017. Embracing Church Unity And Variety (Change The Seasoning, Keep The Chicken) So many church arguments aren't about the meat.
When Volunteers Disappoint
Work through disappointment and create realistic expectations for your team.
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This is never going to change. But we can change our expectations for those who serve with us so we're not regularly disappointed. The Face of Disappointment.
Make Criticism Your Friend
Change your perspective, and criticism can actually propel you forward in God’s mission.
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Make Criticism Your Friend. Change your perspective, and criticism can actually propel you forward in God's mission. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. Image: iStock. 0; tweet; email; print
Why Are Church Leaders Always Talking About Change? (7 Reasons)
The alternative to change isn’t stability. It’s stubbornness. Besides, no one needs help to stay the same.
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The alternative to change isn't stability. It's stubbornness. The day I stop changing is the day I die. Mentally, spiritually and emotionally, if not physically. 4. The Gospel Is About Change.
The 3 Best Times to Bring Needed Change to a Church
Healthy churches are always looking for ways to make good things better. They don’t wait for something to break before they fix it.
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Innovative MinistryMarch 30, 2017. The 3 Best Times to Bring Needed Change to a Church Healthy churches are always looking for ways to make good things better.
3 Questions to Ask a Counselor Before You Get Started
How to discern if he or she is the right person to counsel you
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Counselors come from all sorts of training frameworks and backgrounds, and their methods are tied to their theology of change—how we change, heal, and grow.
A Conductor of Community
Gail Song Bantum turned a love of music into a life of ministry.
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“It's amazing to me how our desires and perspectives can change so radically when we find ourselves in the midst of desperate spaces,” Bantum wrote in an email, citing how her
5 Mistakes More Likely To Be Made By Big Churches Than Small Churches
Consider this a friendly view from the outside looking in.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
In his book Dirt Matters, Jim Powell talks about how Richwoods Church has established what he calls Stability Zones to help balance an atmosphere of necessary change with the
5 Tips to Increase Giving This Summer
Practical ways to encourage donations during these typically slower months.
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Committee of Publishers and Associations.". Due to the nature of the US legal system, laws and regulations constantly change. The editors encourage readers
Our Top 5 Resources for Leading through Change
The best training tools to prepare for and manage transitions within your church.
Conversion Therapy Ban Upheld • Tornado Damages Church • Church Apartment Complex: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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“The US Supreme Court let stand a California law that bans licensed therapists from working with children to change their sexual orientation from gay to straight, rejecting an appeal that
Why Growth is Harder In a Small Church – And Change Is Essential
Big churches find it much easier to incorporate new people because the bigger the crowd, the smaller the impact each person has.
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Welcome People, Welcome Change. This is why small churches have a reputation for being resistant to change. But everyone will change us. Even Good Change Isn't Easy.
When Leadership Development Is a Bad Thing
I used to think I had to change to be a good leader. Now I see the strengths I had all along.
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I used to think I had to change to be a good leader. I took professional challenges as signs of shortcomings, and I was determined to change my natural tendencies.
Church Cell Tower Leases and Zoning Laws
How to navigate the process smoothly and with minimal problems.
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Committee of Publishers and Associations.". Due to the nature of the US legal system, laws and regulations constantly change. The editors encourage readers
What Simone Biles Is Teaching Me about Innovation
Throwing out the old scorecard has changed gymnastics—and it can change your ministry.
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Throwing out the old scorecard has changed gymnastics—and it can change your ministry. Why change a system that's worked perfectly well for years? To promote innovation.
Is the Church Fax Machine Still Needed?
How fax technology has changed, and what this means for churches.
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Committee of Publishers and Associations.". Due to the nature of the US legal system, laws and regulations constantly change. The editors encourage readers
Bungee Cord Leadership: Leveraging Tension to Lead a Church Through Change
Tension doesn't have to stress us out. We can use it to our church’s advantage if we follow a few simple principles.
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Church LeadershipJune 17, 2016. Bungee Cord Leadership: Leveraging Tension to Lead a Church Through Change Leading a church through change is hard.
5 Free Articles for Child Abuse Prevention Month
How your church can take steps toward awareness and prevention.
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Committee of Publishers and Associations.". Due to the nature of the US legal system, laws and regulations constantly change. The editors encourage readers
7 Steps to Help Your Church Change Before They Know They Need To
If we want a healthy church, leaders need to be see the big picture.
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Innovative MinistryMay 11, 2016. 7 Steps to Help Your Church Change Before They Know They Need To “This has happened before. Something needs to change.
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