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There's Something in the Water
How second-generation gender bias makes it difficult for women leaders to thrive
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In generations past, it was easy to identify explicit structures and policies that hindered women from obtaining and succeeding in pastoral roles, but in many cases, those overt barriers
Why Smooth Pastoral Transitions Matter More Now Than Ever
In previous generations, the denomination, the church building, and family expectations had such a strong hold that it virtually didn’t matter who the pastor was.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
In previous generations, the denomination, the church building, and family expectations had such a strong hold that it virtually didn't matter who the pastor was.
9 Ways to Reverse a Downward Giving Trend
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unseen waste. 6. Hold special giving celebrations. New generations are less likely to give in a steady stream, and more likely to give in single doses. So
Reaching a New Generation with the Bible
We can no longer depend on methods that worked 20 years ago.
This new generation interacts with the world very differently from previous generations, and that has spilled over into how they interact with the Bible.
From Performer to Pastor
An interview with gospel singer—and pastor—CeCe Winans Love
WomenLeaders.com - Article
Now she's a ten-time Grammy Award winner, a wife, a mother, a friend to many, a TV personality, a book author, the subject of a documentary, and a voice of inspiration to generations.
4 Assumptions Pastors Can No Longer Make About Church Giving Patterns
While it’s still  true that people stop or slow their giving when they’re unhappy, that is no longer the only reason for a drop in giving.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
financial downturn. Reaching Younger People: New generations are giving less money than previous generations did. And for different reasons. (You
‘State of the Plate’ 2016 Report Sheds Light on Church Giving Trends
With only flat or declining giving, churches are "scrambling" for giving solutions.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
Young people (the same demographic) are also more likely to give less frequently than other generations, with 6 in 10 giving no more than twice per month and sometimes only once
6 Ways to Start Mentoring in 2018
Find out how to navigate generational differences, build their confidence, and prepare for rejection.
experienced virtually every aspect of life. As a result they see, understand, and engage the world differently than previous generations. They are the product of
Grandma Didn't Go To Church: 9 Ways First-Generation Christians Are Making Me A Better Pastor
How do you pastor people when they're not just the only believers in their family, they’re the first Christian in generations?
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
How do you pastor people when they're not just the only believers in their family, they're the first Christian in generations? Church & CultureMay 16, 2017.
Bravely Live Out Your Calling
Joan of Arc is a prophetic witness for us all.
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Charles. Jehanne, or, as she is now known, Joan of Arc, radically impacted European history and has inspired men, women, and children for generations.
Pastors Who Have Flamed Out, Traded Down, Or Stayed Strong
We seldom celebrate consistency, integrity and humility as much as we should. But those are the character traits that make for real ministry success.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
The pastor whose ministry got huge, but whose ego stayed small; The pastor who left a legacy for future generations without needing or getting credit for it;
God Calls All Women
But we don’t all have the same calling.
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and stages of life, from different backgrounds and cultures. His kingdom purposes transcend generations. His will is big enough to include young girls
2 Major Changes in Churches
Adapting to new trends in giving and trust.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
As an example, in my parents' and grandparents' generations there was no faster way to get people to give than to launch a church building program. Not today.
Where Were You When It Happened?
Helping when mass tragedy strikes your congregation
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email; print. For the past century, and arguably longer, generations have self-identified with their own answer to this question. Where were you when Kennedy was assassinated?
Troublesome Women Preachers
We join a long legacy of prophetic witness to the gospel.
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I am nobody. There is that troublesome glass ceiling that women have been hurling stones at for generations. But that pesky glass is strong and hard to crack.
Pastoral Transition: Setting Your Church Up For Ministry Success After You're Gone
The church was here long before us, and it will be here long after us. Let's leave it better for the next pastor.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
But in certain ways, we need to be thinking even longer than that. Set the church up for successful, kingdom-building ministry for generations of long-term pastorates.
Real Church Growth Doesn’t Just Make Bigger Churches, It Heals Hurting Ones
It’s hard to say we love the church when we ignore, discourage or belittle its weakest members.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
churches of all sizes. The ones being planted, the ones that have existed for generations, and the ones that are hanging on for dear life. It's hard to say
Adapt, Adjust And Diversify: Some Of Our Differences Make The Church Stronger
As long as the center holds, our differences won’t make the church weaker. They’re an essential element for making us stronger.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
And it will be one of our greatest tools for the survival and the strength of the church in coming generations. The Strength of Diversifying. The church will never die.
We Can Whine About the New Generation or Worship with Them – But We Can’t Do Both
We need to remember how devalued we felt when previous generations told us our music was too loud, our clothing was silly and our questions were inappropriate.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
We need to remember how devalued we felt when previous generations told us our music was too loud, our clothing was silly and our questions were inappropriate.
Say Goodbye to Leadership Overload
And say hello to the right priorities
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Moses had lived for decades on the back side of the desert. Now he led a people who had been slaves for generations. They had no clue how to govern themselves or to do God's will.
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