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Fall : Spiritual Vitality

Volume 9
Fall

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In this Issue
FROM THE EDITORSSubscriber Access Only
Can Spiritual Maturity Be Taught?
An interview with Roberta Hestenes
GROWTH: AN ACT OF THE WILL?Subscriber Access Only
Does spiritual development depend on my effort? A reflection on the interplay of God's will and ours.
LEADERSHIP BIBLIOGRAPHYSubscriber Access Only
THE PASTOR'S SALARY: A Leadership SurveySubscriber Access Only
A nationwide study reveals what pastors make--and how they feel about it.
A VACATION FROM GODSubscriber Access Only
WHEN SPIRITUALITY IS JUST A JOBSubscriber Access Only
RETHINKING SUBURBAN EVANGELISMSubscriber Access Only
In a day when privacy is prized, how can a church reach its insulated neighbors?
RAISING KIDS TO LOVE THE CHURCHSubscriber Access Only
Children of the ministry are not volunteers; they are conscripts. But even they can grow up enjoying their experience.
The Mind Alive
The Mind Alive
Reading can stimulate growth, but only if we find the time, the right material, and a way to remember it.
Passing on a Vital Faith
Passing on a Vital Faith
The next generation needs lasting regeneration, too.
VITALITY IN THE CLOSING DARKNESSSubscriber Access Only
What happens when a pastor begins to lose his mind? A true story
DEALING WITH THE OVERDEPENDENTSubscriber Access Only
How can you help chronically needy people without them draining all your time, money, and energy?
EFFECTIVE INVITATIONSSubscriber Access Only
Six fresh ways to awaken people to commitment.
The Minister as MaestroSubscriber Access Only
The pastor is more conductor of an orchestra than CEO of a business.
THE BACK PAGESubscriber Access Only
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