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The Five Horizons of Leadership and How to Use Them

As a vision guy, I get asked lots of questions about long-term this and short-term that. Here is the thinking that I believe...

Former Mobster on New Mission

Tony Morgan Interviews Michael Franzese about his mafia past and his new life in Christ.

Your Secret Name

My friend, Kary Oberbrunner, published his most recent book this month. It’s called Your Secret Name. Kary examines why each one of us...

Steven Furtick on Church Unique (#thenines)

If you have not registered yet for Leadership Network’s free online conference, The Nines, you might want to put it on your calendar. It’s...
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5 Must-Have Keys to Your Church Evangelism Strategy

Will Mancini offers time-tested wisdom with these five essentials that any outreach strategy MUST have in order to work in your local culture.

Grace Redefined

I used to wish I had a more dramatic testimony. I was sixteen when I gave my life to Christ. Although it was...

Leadership Summit | Andy Stanley

Andy Stanley wrapped up day one of the 2010 Leadership Summit. Here are some of the highlights from his talk:   “Every organization has problems that...

Bill Hybels on Leadership Fundamentals

In the opening session of the 2010 Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit Bill Hybels went back to the basics and asked: "What do leaders...

A Must-Read Conversation with Rick Warren

You need to read The Future of Evangelicalism:  A Conversation With Rick Warren over at The Pew Forum.  It’s long, and covers a lot...

Post Gauntlet Thoughts

Our youth summer camp here at NewSpring Church is called “The Gauntlet,” it took place last week in Daytona Beach, Florida and here are several thoughts I had…

Paid Staff Can Hamper Spiritual Growth?

There are certain common refrains I hear as I’m talking with growing churches across the country. This is...

One of the Worst Verses in the Bible

Let me introduce you to one of the worst verses in the Bible: For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD,...

Three Books I Would Highly Recommend…

Can we get fired up about bringing the Kingdom to our friends & neighbors?

INTRAdenominational Church Planting Networks

"Networks are coming... better get ready."

Sunday Night Reflections…

Some of my best ideas come to me while I'm on vacation!

The Meanings of Love in the Bible

John Piper examines the Old Testament and the New Testament, focusing on God’s love, then on man’s love for God, man’s love for man and man’s love for things.

Should Christians Say That Their Aim Is to Convert Others?

Should Christians Talk About Converting Others?
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Lee Strobel: Pastor, You Need an Apologetics Point Person

Lee Strobel says, "We have to create safe places in our churches and let people know it’s ok to have questions." But pastors can't—and shouldn't have to—do this important work alone.