Best Links of the Week 10/13/2017

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Eight Biblical Reasons to Preach to People’s Minds

We seem to talk little about the role of the mind in discipleship. Serving? Yes. Caring? Yes. The fruit of the Spirit? Yes. But, the mind? We almost seem to fear the subject, except in the most generic sense. Posted by Pastors Today.

5 Great Things That Happen When Leaders Get Out of Their Offices

The pull to stay in your office can be strong. There are plenty of emails and plenty of meetings to keep leaders stuck in their offices. But wise leaders get out of their offices. Posted by Eric Geiger.

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Best Links of the Week 10/7/2017

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How to Shepherd in the Aftermath of a Disaster

Following any disaster, pastors find there are spiritual and emotional needs of persons in their community who may have experienced life-changing disaster, as well as the needs of the church itself. How we shepherd through these times will have both immediate and lasting impact in people’s lives. Posted by Pastors Today.

Read More – The New International Commentary

The volumes in this commentary bridge the gap between today’s world and that of Bible times. See how it looks in Wordsearch. Posted by Wordsearch.

How to Engage Your Community through Serving

We long for them to know about the ultimate way that Jesus has served us through the cross. We hope that our service points them to this hope. Posted by Pastors Today.

My Relationship with Leadership

Because of my experience, I think all of us can learn to be leaders. I don’t think leadership is simply something we are born with or not. We can learn skills, activities, and practices that help us in the area of leadership. Posted by Ed Stetzer.

The Four Most Common Acts of Stupidity that Get Pastors Fired

Pastors and other church leaders: Please heed the words in this post. Please understand the counsel comes from a guy who’s been around a while, a guy who has seen stupid more times than I would ever want. Posted by Thom Rainer.

Best Links of the Week 9/22/2017

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Can Leadership Be Learned? 

You do not have to be a natural-born leader to become a great leader. Posted by The Exchange

3 Reasons Why Ministry Leaders Choose to Be Isolated

Dietrich Bonhoeffer boldly declared that sin demands to have a man by himself. We must resist the temptation to live and serve in isolation. Posted by Pastors Today.

The Overcommitted Church

The overcommitted church has become the ineffective church. So how did our churches get in this predicament? The causes are many, but here are seven of them. Posted by Thom Rainer.

3 Places Where Leaders Must Be AT LEAST Average

You must be at least average in important areas of your leadership or those weaknesses will overshadow your strengths. Posted by Eric Geiger.

4 Ways Pastors Can Help With Mental Health

The local church should be the front door for both the upstream solutions, as well as the downstream problems of mental health. Posted by Pastors Today.

Best Links of the Week 9/15/2017

The Pastor’s Reason for Joy

Stop wishing to be some place and look around and see the richness of God’s blessings where He has you! Posted by LifeWay Pastors.

3 Ways Pastors Struggle with Personal Application

If we want the solution, we only need to look to our God, who seeks to transform us first, and though us, transform our people. Posted by LifeWay Pastors.

Three Reasons to Keep Going in Ministry

There are hundreds or thousands of people in your city that are counting on you to keep “fishing.” Posted by LifeWay Pastors.

5 Fears of Experienced Leaders That Can Wreck Their Legacy

Experienced leaders are those who have been in leadership roles for a significant period of time. These experienced leaders have led well throughout their career. Their lives and leadership have impacted many, which is why they have remained in their role. Posted on ArtRainer.com