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Does Attracting A Crowd Make Discipleship Harder?
Going along with the crowd has never been the Jesus way. Standing apart from the crowd? Now that sounds like Jesus.
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Church LeadershipMarch 22, 2018. Does Attracting A Crowd Make Discipleship Harder? Drawing a crowd to church may not be the best way to start people on a path to discipleship.
Lord, Deliver Us from Passive-Aggressive Conflicts
Every church has elephants in the narthex. Here are four ways to root them out.
ones described above. Dealing with elephants in the room transforms immature behaviors into critical discipleship moments for your team. When I suggest
4 Steps To Start Moving From Teaching A Crowd To Equipping The Saints
Teaching requires two things: a competent instructor and receptive students. Equipping and discipling require much more.
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Discipleship requires a relationship because equipping the saints is far more than downloading information. Discipleship requires a relationship because
How to Ask a Man to Mentor You
In light of #MeToo, some men are more reluctant than ever to mentor a woman.
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Or, as the discipleship pastor, you may approach the discipleship pastor at another church in your denomination to learn from him about his discipleship strategies.
Should a Church Own or Rent Vehicles?
Two church leaders weigh in on this question.
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buses. “We don't really drive our big bus a ton—maybe 10 times a year,” said John Schaefer, assistant executive pastor for discipleship and care. “So
How to Make Finding a Mentor Less Awkward
Three shifts in the way I thought about mentoring freed me.
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is an act of hospitality within the Christian community, it takes the anxious expectations out of the equation and allows mentoring relationships to foster inclusion and discipleship.
When Church Gets Sidelined by Youth Sports
Pastors need a game plan for discipling over-committed families.
Use the opportunity for discipleship and boundary-setting. David E. Prince. Sports can be harnessed as a tool of discipleship, but this demands leadership, direction, and conviction.
Pastor’s Confession • Tax Refund Denial • More Sanctuary Churches: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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'I apologized and sought forgiveness from her, her parents, her discipleship group, the church staff, and the church leadership, who informed the congregation. . . .
Unresolved Relationship Issues
Recognizing, addressing, and helping others deal with transference.
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We were in the second week of a five-month discipleship program when one of the participants casually said, “I can't tell you how much you remind me of my mother.” I knew she was
One And Done: Why Small Church Discipleship Is Always A Moving Target 
In a small church, it doesn’t take long for everyone who’s interested in a specific discipleship program to finish it.
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In a small church, it doesn't take long for everyone who's interested in a specific discipleship program to finish it. The Small Church Discipleship Dilemma.
Why We Need Single Women Leaders
The unique challenges and powerful insights of unmarried ministry leaders
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It includes articles that explore trends in women's discipleship, examine research on women and leadership, highlight women who are making a difference, and grapple with the unique
Ally or Adversary?
Relationships between female leaders are often marked by competition and contempt. It doesn't have to be this way.
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It includes articles that explore trends in women's discipleship, examine research on women and leadership, highlight women who are making a difference, and grapple with the unique
Sabbath Is More than Rest
Everyone wants a break and more time off, but Sabbath offers more.
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This practice did, indeed, feel holy and was instrumental in my growth and discipleship as I gained a tenuous grasp on the complexity and constancy of Scripture.
Five Ways to Invest in the Next Generation of Leaders
Practical tips for raising up more women in ministry
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This is discipleship at its best: raising up the next generation of leaders in the church who will carry on the mission and vision of Jesus. When we develop
When Volunteers Disappoint
Work through disappointment and create realistic expectations for your team.
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Maybe the real problems arise when we try to. My husband and I have been leading long-term healing and discipleship groups for more than 20 years.
The Biggest Mistake Teaching Pastors Tend to Make – And How To Correct It
Jesus didn’t tell us to teach students, he commanded us to make disciples.
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Jesus didn't tell us to teach students, he commanded us to make disciples.
5 Tips for Staying in Leadership in Trying Times
Lessons on leading through suffering from the life of Amanda Berry Smith
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She did not lose heart. She continued to serve the Lord no matter what she faced. She organized gatherings for testimonies, discipleship, and prayer.
My Biggest Ministry Mistake
Ten leaders weigh in to help others avoid their mishaps.
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influence I have. I think she's right, and that's a mistake. —Marlena Graves, author and director of adult discipleship. Failing to Say No. My lack of healthy
Church Attendance Patterns Are Changing And We Have To Adapt
It’s not enough be an attractional church, a caring church, or even a teaching church. We need to become an equipping church.
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It's not enough be an attractional church, a caring church, or even a teaching church. We need to become an equipping church.
Time, Not Money, Is The New Church Commitment Currency
Church giving patterns are changing. Here are 5 ways to get our churches ready for that reality.
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But during that season every other indicator has shown that we've been growing healthier. Attendance is up, involvement is up, fellowship is up, evangelism is up, discipleship is up.
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