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When Volunteers Drive for Your Church
Tips for handling this critical area of risk-management.
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the church? It's a good idea to have a transportation policy that covers expectations when it comes to your drivers—both staff and volunteers. Further
When You Feel Like a Failure
Whether you've truly failed―or you just feel like a failure―the experience can actually be a blessing.
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She was right. The chairperson held me to expectations of her own that hadn't been communicated to me. Clearly, my boss also had different expectations
How to Make Finding a Mentor Less Awkward
Three shifts in the way I thought about mentoring freed me.
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When mentoring 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
Unresolved Relationship Issues
Recognizing, addressing, and helping others deal with transference.
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This process may occur in therapy, when a person receiving treatment applies feelings toward—or expectations of—another person onto the therapist and then begins to interact with
When Volunteers Disappoint
Work through disappointment and create realistic expectations for your team.
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Work through disappointment and create realistic expectations for your team. But we can change our expectations for those who serve with us so we're not regularly disappointed.
How Pastors Can Reclaim the Role of Spiritual Parent
I don’t wear a collar, but "Father" is still the best description of my calling.
Minister, Reverend, Pastor, Leader, Director, Teacher, or Visionary— each moniker brings with it a myriad of expectations and practices that shape the focus of each congregation and
Why Smooth Pastoral Transitions Matter More Now Than Ever
In previous generations, the denomination, the church building, and family expectations had such a strong hold that it virtually didn’t matter who the pastor was.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
In previous generations, the denomination, the church building, and family expectations had such a strong hold that it virtually didn't matter who the pastor was.
Lord, Deliver Us from Passive-Aggressive Conflicts
Every church has elephants in the narthex. Here are four ways to root them out.
Lord, Deliver Us from Passive-Aggressive Conflicts. Every church has elephants in the narthex. Here are four ways to root them out. Pete Scazzero. 0;
Introducing WomenLeaders.com!
We're cheering you on as you live your calling.
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Sometimes the weight of ministry comes from our own unhealthy ways of leading. Other times it comes from the world's expectations, or our congregants' expectations.
5 Tips to Increase Giving This Summer
Practical ways to encourage donations during these typically slower months.
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Keep a practical budget. Because giving may go down during the summer, be sure to set up a clear church budget with realistic expectations on giving and spending. Say thank you.
Fraud Prevention • Six-Month Plans • Clear Coaching: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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The most important expectations you have for them. What needs to be done and when. Keep conversations fresh regarding expectations, key functions, and responsibilities.
How to Prepare for Speaking at a Conference
What I’ve learned from 15 years of speaking at various events.
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You've been chosen! But is this a good fit? Before you say “yes,” request a phone date, and interview the organizers of the event: What are their expectations of you?
Take Ownership of Your Development
Women are often overlooked for leadership development. Take matters into your own hands.
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No one owes you leadership. These truths are tricky. We often don't recognize that we have these expectations because most of our early lives these are healthy expectations.
The Enneagram for Pastors
9 different ways pastors look at the world, and what it might mean for your ministry.
For 2,000 years, men and women have tried to discern a call and find their way in the ministry, only to find a world of expectations that cannot be met. Not familiar with the Enneagram?
How Culture Affects Our Expectations of Leaders
Gender, ethnic, and socioeconomic biases affect how we lead and follow.
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How Culture Affects Our Expectations of Leaders. Plueddemann states that expectations for leaders and followers should change in a crosscultural setting:
Salary Reductions • Boundary-Setting • Unliked—and That’s Okay: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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It's okay that not everyone likes you. Really. Because you failed to meet expectations (reasonable or not), early fans sometimes become later critics, and that's okay too.
Making Space for Women Leaders in the Church
The day my bubble burst about women in ministry.
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Being a woman in ministry has its perks—I take particular delight in surprising people. “Wait, you're a minister?” they ask. “But you're so [insert the quality that busted their expectations]!”.
For-Profit vs. Church Financial Management
The head of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability shares the differences to help people transition from the business world into a nonprofit ministry.
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into a church setting. What unrealistic expectations do for-profit financial/ business folks bring into the church setting? The most unrealistic expectation
Women Leaders Double • ‘Vote Trump’ Church Arson • Church Sued for Decades of Assault: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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Pastor Poll. . . . “According to the Barna study, about three out of ten church-going women say they are resigned to low expectations in the church. One-fifth
5 Essentials to Build Trust in Your Ministry Team
Lessons from the life of Nehemiah
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This research concluded, “Female managers eclipse their male counterparts at setting basic expectations for their employees, building relationships with their subordinates
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