CNLP 469: Mark Sayers on Future Church Trends, How to Lead Through Profoundly Disorienting Change, and What to Expect in 2022

Mark Sayers joins us for a wide-ranging conversation about the profoundly disorienting change leaders have been experiencing over the last two years, future church trends and what to expect in 2022 and beyond. We cover supply chain disruptions, critical race theory, the revenge of nature, deconstruction and the challenge of control. This is part one…

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War and Peace: An Ex-Pastor’s Journey Toward Mental Health

“War and Peace: An Ex-Pastor’s Journey Toward Mental Health” is a sponsored post written by John Staub from Remodel Health. A former pastor and missionary, John specializes in change-leadership and helping organizations take full advantage of every new opportunity to make their greatest possible impact. “That’s called anxiety,” the doctor said to me gently. “Did…

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CNLP 468: Donald Miller on the Backstory to His Journey from Blue Like Jazz to Business Made Simple, Common Mistakes Leaders Make, And Dropping a Victim Mentality

New York Times bestselling author, Donald Miller, discusses the surprising (and at times confusing) journey from being the well-known, well-loved author of Blue Like Jazz to becoming the founder of Business Made Simple, a wildly successful company that helps businesses succeed. Carey and Don discuss why he’s made the multiple transitions he has, how it’s…

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What Do You Do With Your Wounds, Pastor?

“What Do You Do With Your Wounds, Pastor?” was written by John Mark Comer, the founding pastor of Bridgetown Church in Portland, Oregon. Comer’s latest book – Live No Lies – was a New York Times bestseller, and his new project – Practicing the Way – launches in Fall 2022.  It goes without saying, it’s…

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The Top 5 Podcast Episodes of 2021

2021 may have felt like a rerun of 2020, but it was a great year for podcasting and trying to make sense of it all. (At least I needed to try to make sense of it all). From Simon Sinek, Jean Twenge, and Patrick Lencioni to Adam Grant, Christine Caine, and Tim Keller, I’ve been…

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The 5 Most Read Blog Posts of 2021

Well, 2021 wasn’t that much of an improvement over 2020, huh? Same polarization. Same declining church attendance trends. Same arguments over working from versus going back to the office. And with a new COVID variant breaking daily reported case records all over the world, it almost feels like we’re stuck in a time loop. We…

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CNLP 466: Nicky Gumbel on How Law Prepared Him for Ministry, Nazi Germany and His Family’s Connection to Einstein, and How He Created the Bible in One Year

Nicky Gumbel rejoins us on the podcast and this time shares some of his family’s background as refugees from Nazi Germany, how his education at Eton, Cambridge and Oxford prepared him for law and ministry, and how he created the popular Bible in One Year study, and how he refreshes it each year. Welcome to…

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