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Should You Take on More?
5 questions to decide if projects outside your role are right for you
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something is “good” or “best?” It's not as simple as saying “no” to all extra obligations because some projects are indeed for us to do; they are growth-producing, life-giving, or joy-filling.
My Biggest Ministry Mistake
Ten leaders weigh in to help others avoid their mishaps
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Time spent in prayer, solitude, and honest conversation with a couple of close friends helped me maintain those boundaries, and serve God and others with more freedom and joy.
Female Insights into the Christmas Story
Women bring unique perspectives when they teach the Word of God.
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before. I had a new understanding, for instance, of what Elizabeth must have experienced when she felt her unborn child leap for joy within her womb.
Called to Ministry? Start Here.
Five steps to become a healthy minister
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mind. Maybe it's simply that you experience tremendous joy when you serve in the church and you want to find more where that came from. Whatever
Preaching Grace Rather Than To-Do Lists
When we share five ways to be a better parent, what are we communicating about the gospel?
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Many of the people we preach to know the right answers. Some of us have the joy of discipling new believers who don't know how to follow Jesus. In
Ministry Misfit
Can a pastor be an introvert?
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I was no longer content with simply serving others as the person God had created me to be. I was trying to be someone else entirely, and the effort was robbing me of my joy.
The Folly of Trying to Measure Success In Christ’s 'First Shall Be Last' Kingdom
We need to measure what we can manage, but let’s not fall into the trap of thinking we have more control than we do.
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matters. If we measure what we manage, may God give us the joy of an unmanageable, uncontrollable outbreak of joy, ministry, salvation and wonder.
Clumped Christians: When Fear Overwhelms Faith
When a healthy church gathers for worship it should renew our passion to mobilize and move out in ministry.
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Either way, it's more about the fear of what they could lose, instead of the joy of giving their lives away. Light In the Darkness. Fearless Christians don't bunker in.
3 Ways to Fight Back with Joy as You Lead
It’s a potent weapon for life’s battles
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3 Ways to Fight Back with Joy as You Lead. It's a potent weapon for life's battles. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 2. Image: Thinkstock. 3 Ways to Fight Back with Joy as You Lead.
How to Pray for Your Congregation
To support your people in prayer, focus on who God is
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This worked for years, but, eventually I became so weary with requests that even when I shared the burden with others, the prayer requests began to slowly rob me of my joy.
How to Spot Rising Women Leaders
If we want to see more women leaders in the church, we need to look for them.
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Ten years later, I'm a pastor and a small-group director. Now I have the great joy and opportunity to help other people move into leadership roles. We Need Women Leaders.
Why Do People Only Notice My Clothes?
The reason we get more compliments on our clothing than our sermons
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Why Do People Only Notice My Clothes? The reason we get more compliments on our clothing than our sermons. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. Image
Finding Communal Joy in Lament
Let’s sing the Lord’s song in a strange and troubled land
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Finding Communal Joy in Lament. Finding Communal Joy in Lament. 0; tweet; email; print. ISIS. Ebola in West Africa. Syria. The recent Middle East conflagration. Flight MH17.
How to Playfully Remember God’s Story
Invite your congregation to experience Scripture
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How to Playfully Remember God's Story. Invite your congregation to experience Scripture. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 2. 0; tweet; email; print. In this
Playing with Scripture Helps Us Remember
God’s people must never forget what God has done
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Playing with Scripture Helps Us Remember. God's people must never forget what God has done. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. 0; tweet; email; print.
Playing with Scripture
Make the Bible come alive to transform worship
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Playing with Scripture. Make the Bible come alive to transform worship. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. 0; tweet; email; print. “Play!” a theatre director once instructed me.
Savor Advent, Feast on Christmas
My family’s new traditions made the season richer
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the Messiah. Gifts were exchanged, but they weren't the highlight. The foundation of Christmas joy was light—God's light, overcoming darkness. As the
Stilling the Storm
A book review
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Stilling the Storm. A book review. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 2. 0; tweet; email; print. “Teacher, don't you care if we drown?” the disciples asked Jesus, waking him, during a storm.
Bigger Fixes Nothing (7 Unexpected Steps Toward Church Health)
What two reality TV shows taught me about bringing innovation, health, and joy to broken churches and pastors.
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What two reality TV shows taught me about bringing innovation, health, and joy to broken churches and pastors. Innovative MinistryOctober 28, 2015.
5+ Churchy Things I'm Thankful For – Even If I Don't Like Them
It's important to distinguish between personal preferences and moral absolutes if we hope to maintain our integrity.
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Saying I don't like something is not the same as saying it's bad. Opera isn't bad. In fact, it's artistically important and brings joy to many people. It just doesn't float my boat.
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