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Summer : Apathy & Commitment

Volume 10
Summer

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In this Issue
From the EditorsSubscriber Access Only
Keeping the Drive Alive
Keeping the Drive AliveSubscriber Access Only
An interview with Lloyd John Ogilvie
Escaping Congregational DoldrumsSubscriber Access Only
When a church languishes, sometimes the causes are hidden.
Turning Commitees Into CommunitySubscriber Access Only
Even the let's-get-down-to-business types will be more effective when they see the hidden human element.
What's Your Role with the Board
What's Your Role with the BoardSubscriber Access Only
Is the pastor the board's chaplain, leader, or employee?
HELPING THE SEXUALLY ABUSEDSubscriber Access Only
Ways to begin healing the ill-used bodies within the body.
HOW TO GET GOOD ADVICESubscriber Access Only
Wisdom isn't in the multitude of voices; it's finding, and listening to, the right one.
RETOOLING FOR RURAL MINISTRYSubscriber Access Only
How to enjoy a country church when it's a cross-cultural experience.
ARE WE WORSHIPING YET?Subscriber Access Only
GETTING TO YOUR MARKET PLACESubscriber Access Only
Of the many ways to make a church known to a community, what works best?
4 Ways I Waged War Against Ministry Boredom
4 Ways I Waged War Against Ministry BoredomSubscriber Access Only
What to do when the pastorate feels like a long night on the assembly line.
BULLISH ON EVANGELISMSubscriber Access Only
Investing in outreach can pay off, even when market conditions aren't favorable. But you need a strategy.
MINISTRY FOR MENSubscriber Access Only
Despite the statistics, it's not mission impossible.
COMMITMENT: HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?Subscriber Access Only
In a world of competing demands, how much should the church expect of its lay people? A Leadership Forum
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