There is a growing movement of churches and organizations (including here at Wheaton College, where I now work) that are seeking to help Christians see their jobs—whatever they may be—as a calling and something that can be used for the growth of the Kingdom of God
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Ever write a sermon or talk that even you suspected was boring?
The unfortunate divide between “secular work” and “sacred work” has lasted too long. It’s important we see our work as a calling.
Building your discipleship system around shared faith catalysts helps develop growing disciples. http://auxa.no/2eeqmzp
In an effort to persuade our communications can slip to a place where they stop being clear and become just clever.
Five common questions leaders wrestle through when trying to decide what their succession planning process should look like.
The most important characteristic in effective communication and effective leadership is credibility.
What happened when a church courageously hit the pause button on their next campaign and developed a comprehensive discipleship plan around their “give fully” spiritual mark.
Sometimes, your team just needs a spark to fire up their creativity.
When it comes to much of the discussion around discipleship, I believe we’re getting it wrong in the church. We’re stuck.
Lessons learned from children as applied to my own ongoing spiritual growth.
Six specific ways your church can set the table for discipleship to happen.
Try fine-tuning your group’s vocabulary, and see the positive effect it has on your culture.
Your discipleship strategy should lead people to know God, not just know about God.
When Jesus Builds His church, He builds it using disciples just like you.
Don’t kill the gospel message in your zeal to communicate quickly and effectively.
Churches will drift without a consistent and constant conviction for discipleship, to disciple people and develop leaders.
Leaders multiply when they teach others to do what they themselves are doing.
When facing another sudden change in plans, maybe it’s time to learn from comedians who improvise.
Have you ever been taught to exegete the community where you serve?