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"I want, above all, for my small group leaders to see themselves as spiritual friends for those they help shepherd." — Pastor Dave Dunham ...
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The hospital room may be spotless and sterile, but birth itself will always take place amid chaos, pain, and blood. —Steven Pressfield I will never forget the birth of my three children. They were wonderful events but to the natural eye they were a messy event. Chris was my first ...
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I used to love to refinish furniture, when life was a bit slower.  It was messy and dirty, but when you could get through the layers and layers of paint, there was often a beautiful piece of wood just waiting … Continue reading → ...
Article | Church Leadership >
Julie Pierce offers a necessary reminder for hard-working church leaders: are you striving or abiding? ...
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Why do I love the church so much, even when she is a messy bride? I have a huge list of why I love the church but I just want to share two things that immediately come to mind. The church is the pillar and ground of truth 1 Timothy ...
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Heather Zempel, small groups pastor at National Community Church in Washington D.C., offers a book aimed squarely at other small group pastors and leaders in "Community is Messy: The Perils and Promise of Small Group Ministry." ...
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An article that examines three leadership tips that can be learned from the life of Joseph. ...
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Rick Howerton talks small groups with Heather Zempel, author of "Community is Messy" and Discipleship Pastor at National Community Church in Washington, D.C. ...
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Properly developing church leaders takes time. Are you mentoring future leaders? ...
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Ron Edmondson provides practical answers to questions all leaders should be asking themselves ...