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Disillusioned by the Church
When organizational culture makes you wonder if you belong
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The church's written core values clearly stated the organization expected staff to have “proven character and proven ministry.” Yet here was Peter, assembling a superior product on the
Personal Branding, Platform, and Pride-Management
Promoting the message of Christ―rather than ourselves.
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Similarly, a personal brand is the distinctive way someone desires to be seen by others, often emphasizing their positive attributes, such as their strengths, values, skills, and abilities.
Six Tips for Taking Center Stage
Make a smooth transition from associate to lead pastor.
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They feel guilt, shame and anxiety over claiming “I'm worth this.” Successful people know what matters most to them—their priorities, values, concerns, and their mission and purpose.
Love Thy (Immigrant) Neighbor
Women leaders play a unique role in helping refugees and immigrants settle into the community.
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Whether we are Mexicans or Americans, Syrians or Egyptians, language, values, and cultural traditions connect, identify, and give us a sense of belonging.
How Churches Can Partner with Outside Counselors
It’s about supplementing, not replacing, pastoral care.
in their space of worship. When we meet like this, we are saying to people, “Your church sees you and values your need!”. At Calvary Memorial, there
Diagnosing and Changing Church Culture
What you need to know about your past to move forward
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Founders' Values. The most important source of organizational culture is the beliefs, values, and assumptions of an organization's founders. Learned Values.
How Culture Affects Our Expectations of Leaders
Gender, ethnic, and socioeconomic biases affect how we lead and follow.
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followers. It is also anchored in values of hierarchy. These questions go back to issues of culture—not at the level of behavior but at the level of values. There
The Root of Ministry Effectiveness
What every church leader should know about organizational culture
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She agreed wholeheartedly with the values communicated during the interview, plus the vision was inspiring. Impressive, she thought. The middle layer consists of espoused values.
How to Get People to Respect Your Leadership
Start by making a believer of yourself.
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never say these thoughts to someone you love, and they are rarely, if ever, compatible with what you know to be true about God's love for you and the way he sees and values you, his
7 Keys to a Smooth Church Transition
How to make major changes without alienating your congregation.
the leadership level. The “why” of the change has to be birthed within the church, deeply rooted in the church's mission and values. With strong support
You’re Not Always Right
We all have biases that affect the way we interpret the Bible.
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We might be surprised to find that some of the values we hold most dearly are often a result of our cultural and childhood upbringing and have very little to do with what the Bible actually
Is Having It All Worth Having?
Three practices that help me focus on what matters.
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When we stop judging ourselves by the world's values, we can stop the endless striving for more. God promises to give us all we need for all he has called us to do.
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
As long as the center holds, our differences won't make the church weaker. They're an essential element for making us stronger.
Reaching a New Generation with the Bible
We can no longer depend on methods that worked 20 years ago.
justice. Perhaps highlighting these values in Scripture might draw a new generation into the Bible, showing that it is, indeed, relevant to their lives. Although
Three Lessons for Women in Ministry from Catherine Booth
The co-founder of The Salvation Army lived out her calling and left a lasting legacy.
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And when she met William Booth in 1851, she found a man who not only shared her values and passions, but also encouraged her to use all the gifts God had given her.
Why I See a Counselor
Counseling helped me discover my dual nature: the put-together leader and the afraid and ashamed woman.
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away. This side of me longs for healing, but is afraid and ashamed. Everyone, including myself, responds to, values, and regards the Jairus in me. Who
Sabbath-Keeping for Pastors
Making rest an indispensable part of your routine.
Laskow Lahey. It helps us unearth our subtle, competing values that keep us from doing what we think we should and what we want to do. Kegan and
Digging In
Cultivating a healthy congregation begins with the church’s soil.
most. Values shape, nurture, and sway the culture of a congregation. Absolutely. We can cultivate and enhance healthy values in the life of the church. Values
Does Your Church Have the Right Model?
How to decide.
You would run a franchise and benefit from their tried-and-true systems. Like guard rails on an overpass, authority structures help pastors stick to the vision and values they hold dear.
Screening Benevolence • Leading Vs. Managing • No 'Know-It-Alls': Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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If you go to any management course they'll be composed of those three things. But leadership consists of vision and values and the communication of those things.
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