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Volume 3

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In this Issue
The Youth Minister's First CrisisSubscriber Access Only
Help for the youth minister who faces an irrational, unjustified, or just plain unexpected confrontation.
The Ways and Means of a Country ChurchSubscriber Access Only
The unique problems and opportunities of pastoring rural, yoked churches.
Hints on Making Changes
Hints on Making Changes
What to do when the church has always done it that way.
No Church is an IslandSubscriber Access Only
Ministry happens best when we study the world along with the Word, says this veteran pastor and urban strategist.
Do You Have The Time?Subscriber Access Only
The Christian's response to time is quite different from the non-Christian's.
The Other Six DaysSubscriber Access Only
Four pastors talk about what they do with their time.
Reach Out And Touch SomebodySubscriber Access Only
Good teaching does more than entertain or transfer information. Good teaching changes behavior.
Are You a Spring or a Cistern?Subscriber Access Only
Answering the question will impact your teaching.
Four Ways To Make Group DecisionsSubscriber Access Only
One way or another, decisions always get made—but using the right method helps make sure the result is a good one.
Time For Things That MatterSubscriber Access Only
Time management for church leaders
Doing vs. Managing: The Eternal Tug of WarSubscriber Access Only
Why pastors run out of hours—and what to do about it.
Know Thy TimeSubscriber Access Only
The first step toward more effective use of your time is not making a new schedule but analyzing your old one.
The Board: Bane or Blessing?Subscriber Access Only
How to decide whether a board is functioning well
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