Home field advantage

Corey Fields

Who in your congregation might feel more like the visiting team, and what can you do to change that?

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The problem of calling someone a liar

Mark Wingfield

Is it a greater sin to call out someone for telling a lie than to be the one who actually tells the lie?

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Looking at the stars for the answers

Jason Coker

It takes time to inhabit other’s space and place to see what they see.

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Is your church fragile or agile?

Bill Wilson

Know how to say no to many good things that are of secondary importance.

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Contrary consciences

Bill Leonard

The religious pluralism that alarmed John Cotton (and Franklin Graham?) and which Roger Williams anticipated, has overtaken us.

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Finding the better path

Amy Butler

Each of us has an opportunity to choose behavior that reflects grace and selfless love, to live out the undeniable truth that we belong to each other.

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Millennials and evangelism: An attempt at dialogue

Aileen Lawrimore

Can we embrace the idea of sharing our stories without the compulsion to be right all the time?

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The spiritual practice of load shedding

Jayne Hugo Davis

It may be necessary to shed some things in order to recognize God’s power in our midst.

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An encompassing Christology

Molly T. Marshall

God’s plan to bring all together through Christ is the fulcrum of Holy Scripture.

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Looking for new ways to measure ministry?

Doyle Sager

You’ll need a clear mission statement and your church will need to know what that is.

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The conversation churches do not want to have

Bill Wilson

How many staff members a church needs and can afford is a conversation that no one wants to have, but good stewardship demands it.

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Musical Chairs and the leaders of dying organizations

Mark Wingfield

Being the last person at the helm could be a place of honor more than shame, if the leader thinks creatively.

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Uncluttering

John Chandler

Making our lives, and our churches, simpler.

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Losing Sunday

Starlette McNeill

For ministers, Sunday isn’t just another day at the office.

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Dunn deals

Bill Leonard

Memories of a Baptist preacher, professor, ethicist, religious liberty advocate, prophet and relentless pain in the American religious and political establishment.

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