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First ContactSubscriber Access Only
How do you connect first-time guests to the church body?
Church Discipline Really Works (pt. 1)Subscriber Access Only
When you make it loving and redemptive.
Lausanne Congress Day 4: Conflict and ReconciliationSubscriber Access Only
Cape Town demonstrates that Christians are not immune to conflict, but neither are they strangers to reconciliation.
Church Discipline Really WorksSubscriber Access Only
When you make it loving and redemptive.
Leader's Insight: Kids and the Church's Dirty LaundrySubscriber Access Only
How much should the family know about the ugly stuff at church?
The 3 P's of SatisfactionSubscriber Access Only
Cover these levels when leading a church through controversy or change.
How Rapidly Do You Implement Change?
You're torn between those who want change now and those who want it never. What do you do?
Keeping the Lawyers at BaySubscriber Access Only
How to correct members while staying out of court.
Currents Shaping My Church: War, Politics, and the PulpitSubscriber Access Only
How do you handle potentially explosive social issues when you know your congregation is not of one mind?
Before The Passion FadesSubscriber Access Only
Readers respond to the debate over our "best outreach opportunity" ever.
Taking Church Membership SeriouslySubscriber Access Only
Why it's time to raise the bar.
Meaningful MembershipSubscriber Access Only
A good church membership process is not just a formality—it draws people closer to God and establishes a commitment to the local church.
Church DisciplineSubscriber Access Only
Make discipline a positive, healthy part of your ministry.
Currents Shaping My Church: Up and ComersSubscriber Access Only
What characteristics do you look for in future leaders?
What are three ways leaders can deal with difficult congregants?Subscriber Access Only
Ken Sande is president of Peacemaker Ministries.
Teaching Authentic Church MembershipSubscriber Access Only
It’s time to raise the bar and ask for a serious commitment from your members.

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