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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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Christians Can't Ignore the Uncomfortable Reality of Mental IllnessSubscriber Access Only
Our shallow responses send the message that our faith has no answer for this kind of suffering.
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A Safe Place to Break Down
An interview with Simone Halpin, director of women’s care at Moody Church
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Use these assessment forms to help you and your team discern whether you are truly helping women in your women's ministry.
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How to show love in a time of terror.

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