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The Best Friendship a Church Communicator Can Have

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Taking Criticism with Maturity

For a large part of my ministry career, I struggled with taking criticism. Call it youthful rebellion; call it stubbornness, or whatever you like, but the fact remains that when I started the [...]

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4 Trends in Today’s Thinking that Must End

The trend this week has been a tough one. It seems inevitable that politics will overrun the world in division and anger, doesn’t it? I don’t know about you, but I have several friends going to [...]

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Turning Over a New Leaf: Handling Moral Failure

Well, it’s the second week of January, which means we’re all probably already dealing with feelings of failure. Last year, I set a new year’s resolution for myself to lay off soda for a full [...]

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Surviving Difficult Family at Christmas

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Poison Candy: 4 Ways to Divide Your Church Overnight

You’ve heard the one about the poison Halloween candy, right? That guy who knows a guy who’s cousin got candy with razor blades in it? Well, sorry to burst your candy bubble, but those are urban [...]

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Our Church Staff Culture was Terrible Until We Had This

If you have worked on a church staff for more than a minute, you’ve probably realized that a church staff is comprised of sinners. Not that they are any worse than the regular ol’ sinners, [...]

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6 Bad Reasons to Quit Your Job

Don’t you love a good “I Quit” story? How about that guy who hired a quartet to sing his resignation to his bosses? That’s how you quit like a boss! Share if it's valuable

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Christina Grimmie and Counseling Student Grief

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Really Mean: When Your Teaching Isn’t Deep Enough

My parents don’t know this, but I nearly drowned once. I was at a friend’s pool party in the 5th grade and we were taking turns touching the drain in the deep end of the pool. It was only about [...]

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