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What Do You Do With Your Wounds, Pastor?

By Carey Nieuwhof

“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…

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12 Disruptive Church Trends That Will Rule 2022 (And The Post-Pandemic Era)

By Carey Nieuwhof

Having been through two excruciating years as a church leader, what can you expect in 2022? As you can see by the sheer number of…

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The 5 Most Read Blog Posts of 2021

By Carey Nieuwhof

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…

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3 Reasons Why Time Management Strategies Never Solve Your Time Famine Problem (…But This Will)

By Carey Nieuwhof

Time famine is a big challenge for leaders. No matter how much your organization grows or declines, how many staff quit or join, how many…

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Some Reflections on The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill

By Carey Nieuwhof

Like so many leaders in the church space, I listened to The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill podcast, which just recently wrapped up its…

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Your New Leadership Challenge: How to Get People to Follow You When You Don’t Know Where You’re Going

By Carey Nieuwhof

How do you get people to follow you when you don’t know where you’re going? That’s kind of the new leadership paradigm we’re in. As…

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3 Hard Lessons I Learned in 2021 That I’m Taking Into 2022

By Carey Nieuwhof

Today’s guest post – “3 Hard Lessons I Learned in 2021 That I’m Taking Into 2022” – was written by Mark Batterson. Mark is a…

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Why They’re Not Actually Your Friends (A Hard Truth for Pastors and Leaders)

By Carey Nieuwhof

Over the last year and a bit, I’ve talked to so many leaders who are distraught over how many friends—often people they thought of as…

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