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Fall 1986: Unity

Volume 7
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In this Issue
FUNDAMENTALLY ONE
An interview with Truman Dollar
WHEN MINDSETS COLLIDE
With people of different outlooks rubbing shoulders in the pew, there will be more than a few sparks.
HANDLING HOLY WARS
A veteran mediator shows how even within a church, swords can be turned into plowshares.
CREATIVE CHURCH DISCIPLINE
When correcting wayward members, laxity and expulsion are not the only two options.
Preaching Truth, Justice and the American Way
Preaching Truth, Justice and the American Way
Cultural assumptions affect what listeners sit for and what preachers must stand for.
From Applications to Action
From Applications to Action
It may be the most difficult, and neglected, part of preaching. How do you encourage doing, not just hearing, the Word?
AIMING THE WORD
IDEAS THAT WORK
Leading the church to pray
Removing Roadblocks to Board Unity
Removing Roadblocks to Board Unity
Familiar practices and assumptions may be the greatest obstacles to an effective church board.
TOWARD BETTER BOARD RELATIONSHIPS
Quality interaction is the grease that keeps the wheels turning.
CACOPHONY OR SYMPHONY?
Diversity in a church can produce either discord or harmony.
GILT BY ASSOCIATION
Despite their tarrished reputations, ministerial gatherings present golden opportunities for more than coffee and competition.
DEALING WITH DECEPTION
Deceivers wreak havoc in a church because they are almost impossible to catch.
THE COMMENT THAT AMUSED ME MOST
The Subtle Sin of Ergocentricity
The Subtle Sin of Ergocentricity
Surely the needs of my ministry trump yours ...
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