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Discerning God's Will

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From BuildingChurchLeaders.com

Every leader has a responsibility to make decisions that not only consider the best interests of the ministry but also actively seek God's will. In a group setting this gets even more complicated. Multiple voices seek to reach a unified understanding of what the will of God might be in any particular situation. This 22-page training pack includes a variety of practical tips and suggestions to help you seek God's will as a team.

Are We Ready for Change?

From ChurchLawAndTax.com

How do you know if your church is ready for change, or if it needs to? This collection of assessments helps you and your leaders make these decisions. Use these tools to figure out if your church needs change, if you're ready for it, how to present it, and how to make it happen. You can also think through and identify any risk factors you may face in the change process.

The Landmark Sermon

From PreachingToday.com

In this article Jack Hayford shows that a clear word at the right time can keep ...

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