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One of the biggest challenges every leader faces is how to continue developing and growing as a leader while still getting things done and moving things forward. With the ever-increasing demands on our time and energy, often the first thing that goes is investment in ourselves. We know that isn’t wise; it’s really very short-term thinking, but under the pressure of the moment we often make that choice. Here is one resource to help you continue growing as a leader.

Sponsored Articles small-group-leaders-quit
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Imagine with me for a minute. It’s the middle of your small groups semester. You have signed up new leaders and launched your first all-church campaign. Things seem to be going great—until you start hearing about groups that are no longer meeting, leaders who have left the church, and members who are frustrated with your church’s latest attempt at creating community… so what happened?

Sponsored Articles digital-connection-easter
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One thing we can count on each Easter is the Easter bump. Like Christmas, most of us experience a surge in our attendance on Easter morning. Many of us have to add a service, adjust times, or pull out extra chairs to accommodate the swelling crowds. And then a few weeks later, our attendance is usually back to normal. Unless we prepare to communicate and help those new people connect to the life of our church, most simply won’t come back.

Sponsored Articles connecting with generation z
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Generation Z is the one coming behind the Millennials and could include people born from the mid-1990s to the early 2000s, depending on whom you ask. Consider these ways this group of young learns differently, and start asking yourself some hard questions about how your ministry is going to need to innovate to connect with them.

Sponsored Articles staffing-strategy-rethink-resource
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There were some great things about the 1970s. Sideburns and shag haircuts included. That was cool back then, but does anyone go out in public like that today?

Not many people do, and it’s hard to believe there are some churches out there that are still trying to dress and function like we’re still living in the 70s. The way they keep up with records, the way they handle giving, the way they budget, and the way they handle staffing are all straight from that decade.

Sponsored Articles unstuck-resources-partners
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I partner with a group of organizations that provide resources leaders like you are always looking for. Here are the folks I recommend for your church’s needs related to discipleship, stewardship, church engagement, branding and communications, bookkeeping and more.

Sponsored Articles get-unstuck-resources-help-1
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I partner with a group of organizations that provide resources leaders like you are always looking for. Here are the folks I recommend for your church’s needs related to discipleship, stewardship, church engagement, branding and communications, bookkeeping and more.

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