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Criticism stings but every leader has to learn how to deal with it. Pastor Carey Nieuwhof offers tips on how to discard the crud a»
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Kim Galgano discusses how to handle and even benefit from criticism.
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Tricia Lovejoy offers her real response to help another pastor's wife deal with two consistent and difficult ministry issues: conf»
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Pastors and church leaders often face criticism. Ron Moore offers four ways to help you respond in the right way so that criticism»
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Jeff Randleman shares 6 steps toward handling negative criticism from another Christian.
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Church leaders need to be wary of being too critical. Instead, they should seek to be like a good coach, wanting the best for thos»
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On Confession & Criticism | Derek Webb Interview
Singer/Songwriter Derek Webb talks about»
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As pastors and ministry leaders we practically face some degree of criticism on a daily basis. The question then becomes for us, how do we handle and deal with criticism in a manner that doesn't destroy our heart, allowing us to become cynical, disillusioned and negative? Tim Keller has some helpful thoughts on how to avoid that pitfall:The biggest danger of receiving criticism is not to your reputation, but to your heart. You feel the injustice»
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Criticism inhales.¬†I was going to use the word "sucks" for "inhales," but you may have taken that the wrong way... hence, my point.So I'll stick with "criticism inhales." It actually communicates the point with a better word picture.Unless, of course, you disagree. Feel free to critique that (and prove the point even further). ¬†Criticism inhales... because when you inhale, you take in whatever is in front of you in order to process it internal»