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I really should come up with a better name for these posts than "Articles of Note." It just sounds so dry and boring. Hopefully these links are anything but. Maybe I should title them,
"HEY, READ THIS!"
"Free iPad to 100th Visitor!"
That could work. Or any suggestions you might have would be nice.
A Simple and Revealing Character Test Every Leader Should Try
This I Know
Ten Ways to detect the Broken Places in Our Souls
Do Pastors Need a Sabbatical? Jesus Creed: Yes.
3 Invaluable Lessons one Business Leader Could Only Learn from a Church Plant
Four Big Mistakes that Lead to Ministry Burnout
Articles I've read over the past week that you might find helpful in your ministries.
The Real Reason Most Leaders Don’t Accomplish Anything Significant
R-Rated Texts For An R-Rated World
Read or Get Out of Ministry
How Judgmentalism is Killing Your Church And 3 Ways to Stop It
Top 5 Reasons I Value My Volunteers’ Input!
"So Peter Opened His Mouth" - The Preacher's Call Reduced to Five Powerful Words
Edited with BlogPad Pro
One Important Meeting That Most Leaders Miss Out On With Their Teams
5 Traits of Future Churches (Orange Conference 2014 Talk Notes)
6 Really Bad Charismatic Doctrines We Should Retire
10 Pastors You Should Have MAJOR Concerns About
From Chaos to Calm
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Who Is a God Like You?
What Easter Eggs Taught Me About Easter
Jesus Cleansing the Temple Does Not Excuse Your Lousy Temper
The Cross or a Crutch? A Sermon from John 5:1-29
Famous Last Words: My God, My God, Why have You Forsaken Me?
Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution to Overthinking
Preaching Hope in Darkness: Help for Pastors in Addressing Suicide from the Pulpit
Scott M Gibson
Who Moved My Pulpit?: Leading Change in the Church
Thom S. Rainer
When Faith Fails: Finding God in the Shadow of Doubt
Managing Conflict in the Church
David W. Kale
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