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Sermon Workshop: Power in the Punch LineSubscriber Access Only
How distilling your messages makes them more potent.
Andy Stanley: Great Leaders Aren't Great at EverythingSubscriber Access Only
Andy Stanley discusses how our fully developed strengths are more valuable to our churches and organizations than our marginally improved weaknesses.
Andy Stanley: System FailureSubscriber Access Only
What causes people to change? What creates behavior? It may not be what you think.
Andy Stanley & Rick Warren: Compare and DespairSubscriber Access Only
In a culture full of celebrity pastors, it is easy to compare yourself to others, but Rick Warren says it's a terrible mistake.
Andy Stanley: Your Only AuthoritySubscriber Access Only
"Everybody is a volunteer." Since anyone can leave at any time depending on the authenticity of our moral authority, that is how we should see those we lead - even the paid employees.
Andy Stanley: On Your MarkSubscriber Access Only
"Living to make my mark is too small a thing for me to give my whole life to." Unfortunately many pastors are too focused on their own achievements rather than surrendering to God.
Andy Stanley: Hearing VoicesSubscriber Access Only
Leadership isn’t just about making decisions; it's about making good decisions. But that becomes increasingly difficult when we are isolated from others, or when we listen to the wrong voices in the decision making process.
Seasons ChangeSubscriber Access Only
How I plan my preaching emphases throughout the year.
Andy Stanley: Jesus Ended the Old Covenant Once and for All
A brief response to Robert Foster on my book, ‘Irresistible.’
Vision Leaks
How do you keep the church's passion for ministry from deflating?
Andy Stanley: What Is No One Else Doing?Subscriber Access Only
At a Catalyst Conference a while back, Andy Stanley introduced the provocative concept: "To reach people no one else is reaching, we have to do things no one else is doing."
The Uncertain LeaderSubscriber Access Only
You can't always be sure, but you'd better be clear.
Creating and Maintaining VisionSubscriber Access Only
How do you keep your congregation's passion for ministry from deflating?
Andy Stanley: Leading amid UncertaintySubscriber Access Only
"As a leader it's okay to be uncertain; it's not okay to be unclear."
Planning Your Service with Visitors in MindSubscriber Access Only
Invite them into "the kitchen."
The Impossible Dream?
Reach your entire campus with the gospel? Sound impossible? That's just what Chris Folley thought, then God went to work.
Overcoming a Reluctance to LeadSubscriber Access Only
When you or a member of your team face doubts about leading well, use this guide to combat those feelings.
Andy Stanley: Leading with ClaritySubscriber Access Only
When Moses died, Joshua inherited the responsibility of leading the people of Israel into the Promised Land. Unfortunately, Joshua didn't know anything about taking the land; all his education was in the fine art of wandering the desert.
Developing Vision
Why We Still Need Christian Colleges
Why We Still Need Christian Colleges
As the liberal arts struggle, we should rally around Christian campuses that still embrace them.
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