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Are You an Unhealthy Leader?
No well-intentioned leader would set out to lead this way, but it happens all the time.
Preaching on Divorce: How can we preach hope to lives impacted by broken marriages?
The pastoral reality of divorce is very complicated here. And our preaching has to reflect that.
This Little Light of Mine
Theme of the Week: A Husband's Sacrifice Play
Developing an Emotionally Healthy Church
Assess and address the spiritual health and maturity in yourself, your leaders, and your congregation
Beating the Pastoral Blues (free sample)
The effects of emotional immaturity on a life.
The Danger of Preaching Without Jesus
We need to give Jesus direct access to every aspect of our lives and our leadership.
Stop trying to look good, and do the dirty work beneath the surface.
The Life Cycle of the Sermon
Most sermons follow a similar pattern: birth, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension.
Soul Health for Spiritual Leaders
As tasks pile up, too often the first thing to go is regular, one-on-one time spent with God. But only a spiritually healthy leader can lead others into spiritual health. This resource lays out the case for the importance of regularly assessing your spiritual health, as well as practical guidelines for how to do so. It also offers resources for going about the work of developing spiritual health so you can effectively minister to others.
Do You Follow the Right Jesus?
Four cultural values entice us toward an Americanized messiah instead of the crucified Christ.
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