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When we gather together as Christians, we must both implicitly and explicitly acknowledge that what we're after is not what we think, but what is true.
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Inheritances are something of a difficult topic to discuss. No one enjoys thinking about the death of their loved ones. But you have to when it comes to inheritances. Upon a loved one’s death, their wealth is transferred, sometimes directed by a will, to those who are still living. Receiving...
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Why does your church staff need an office? How can you build your credibility as a leader? And would God ask you to take out a loan to pursue His call? 3 Places Where Leaders Must Be AT LEAST Average by Eric Geiger. Being a leader does not mean you...
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While Jesus does not call all people to leave loved ones and careers behind, He does call each of us to make His mission the center of our lives.
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What does it mean to be upside down on your car loan? Being upside down means that you owe more than car is actually worth. For example, if you have a $20,000 car loan, but the car is only worth $15,000, you are upside down. You have $5,000 in negative...
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If you are reading this, take heart, you are not alone. Many pastors have tried to make this seemingly impossible shift from staff-led ministry to volunteer-led ministry. Some have crashed and burned, others have gracefully succeeded. How did they do it?
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For many churches, especially young church plants, having a place to call a workspace can be tough to come by. Young churches and portable churches tend to rely on technology to keep their teams connected, but I think there is a relevant case for having your team all in one...
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Many churches now offer internship opportunities or residency programs to help develop future ministry leaders. These programs can range in focus from high school students to young adults to even more advanced adults for church-planting or missions-related programs.
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The Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast brings you interviews from leaders across the theological spectrum of the global Church. Our goal is to bring you thought-provoking interviews that encourage you, challenge you, and help you build, run, and keep great teams. In today's episode of the Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast, William talks with...
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One of the questions I ask in every interview I do is: “Can you tell me about your leadership style?” By far, the most common word I get in response is collaborative. Collaboration is a trendy new phrase in team leadership today. It sounds like an easy enough task with...
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There’s nothing quite like finding a new hire that’s a perfect fit for your team. Everyone loves making a good hire! But what happens when you realize your employment relationship with someone on your staff needs to come to an end? Letting someone go is not easy, but sometimes necessary....
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