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Fall : Fellowship

Volume 5
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In this Issue
None of Us Are Sinner EmeritusSubscriber Access Only
An interview with Bruce Larson
Must Men Be Friendless?Subscriber Access Only
Who are your three closest brothers?… If you have trouble thinking of names, keep reading.
Learning to See GodSubscriber Access Only
When it comes to recognizing God's everyday work, too few of us have eyes to see.
Climate Control: Conditions of a Growing ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Even if we can't change the weather, we can alter the atmosphere of the church.
C.E. Doesn't Run on AutopilotSubscriber Access Only
In Christian education, pastors serve a dual role -- ministering directly and managing others who minister.
Even Pastors Need FriendsSubscriber Access Only
Despite the dangers, one pastor has found that a few close friends are good for him… and the congregation.
Why Join a Church?Subscriber Access Only
A defense of an old-fashioned idea.
How to Gauge the Closeness of a GroupSubscriber Access Only
Analyzing conversation patterns can show how much a group trusts one another -- or how far they need to go toward true fellowship.
IDEAS THAT WORKSubscriber Access Only
Training young people to serve
Practicing & Malpracticing the Presence of GodSubscriber Access Only
Five pastors completely bungled George Fox's search for spiritual direction, but their mistakes point out the essentials of pastoral care.
Anatomy of a Spiritual LeaderSubscriber Access Only
A conversation with Gordon MacDonald
Putting Pain to WorkSubscriber Access Only
Healthy bodies know how to make use of pain. A healthy church does too.
The Unfinished PastorSubscriber Access Only
TO ILLUSTRATE…Subscriber Access Only
WHY SOME SERMONS WORK BETTER THAN OTHERSSubscriber Access Only
The difference in preaching isn't always what you think at first.
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