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Fall: All Things New 2022

Fall: All Things New

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In this Issue
In Our Pandemic-Scarred Churches, God Is Making All Things New
In Our Pandemic-Scarred Churches, God Is Making All Things New
A look inside our fall issue of CT Pastors.
What We Lose When We Livestream
What We Lose When We Livestream
Do our online viewers truly realize what they’re missing?
The Pandemic Destroyed My Certainty—Or Was It God?
The Pandemic Destroyed My Certainty—Or Was It God?
Ongoing disruption exposed my ministry idols, helping me see the work of the kingdom.
Changing Minds Is Not Our Job
Changing Minds Is Not Our Job
We cannot control our people, and attempting to do so will only do damage.
Strategies for Preaching to the Polarized
Strategies for Preaching to the Polarized
How can our sermons bridge the division of our contentious moment?
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5 Books for Reaching Diverse and Divided Congregations
5 Books for Reaching Diverse and Divided Congregations
New and recent resources for your preaching library.
Ghosted Again? Pastors Respond to Disappearing Congregants
Ghosted Again? Pastors Respond to Disappearing Congregants
Church leaders are seeking fresh ways to prevent "backdoor exits" and adapt to shifting membership.
How Irenaeus, Ambrose, and Basil Help Us See the Spirit
How Irenaeus, Ambrose, and Basil Help Us See the Spirit
When the Holy Spirit seems tough for congregants to grasp, borrow these surprising images from the church fathers.
Forget Charisma. Look for the Weak and the Slow.
Forget Charisma. Look for the Weak and the Slow.
Pete Scazzero discusses how pastors can identify and train healthy leaders.
To Be a Pastor Is to Know Betrayal
To Be a Pastor Is to Know Betrayal
Apprenticing Jesus in a cruciform call.
Come Ye Pastors, Heavy Laden
Come Ye Pastors, Heavy Laden
Learning to walk under the weight of ministry's many hats.
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