CNLP 514: Tripp Crosby on Comedy, Bombing on Stage, How to Be More Creative and the Genesis of Brilliant Ideas

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Comedian and motivational speaker, Tripp Crosby, joins the podcast and talks about how to become more creative, the genesis of brilliant ideas, building up your confidence, what to do when you bomb on stage, and the letter he wrote to his mom.

Welcome to Episode 514 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts and listen for free.

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They have seen churches adding their own content to complement Ministry Grid training and turn their new members classes, discipleship growth tracks, theological training, and other in-person classes into digital courses using the Ministry Grid platform.

My church, Connexus Church, uses Ministry Grid and has found it very beneficial for our own training. Here’s the best news of all. They are offering our podcast listeners $200 off the regular Ministry Grid price.

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Pastors–you know that the health of your church is deeply connected to the generosity of your members. But creating a culture of generosity at your church isn’t always so simple.

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This easy-to-download kit includes:

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Next Episode: Jim Burgen and Jesse DeYoung

Flatirons Church Lead Pastor, Jim Burgen, and Executive Pastor, Jesse DeYoung, talk candidly and openly about how a toxic leadership culture developed at Flatirons, how Jim ended up fusing church size and growth with his personal identity, how the weight of leading a large church became crushing, the impact of a forced sabbatical, and how Jim came back to a different, healthier and more humble kind of leadership.

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  • How do I lead this church with a vision I didn’t create and a staff I didn’t hire?
  • Am I even equipped to be a lead pastor? And to lead our church through a healthy transition? 
  • How can I honor the outgoing pastor throughout the transition?

Then it might be time to make a plan for your future.

So much rides on healthy pastoral succession. A bad one can ruin a great legacy, harm a church, and make the new lead pastor a sacrificial lamb.

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The Art of Pastoral Succession helps you hit the ground running in your ministry and skip the years of trial-and-error (and failures) that so many pastors face during a transition.

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Carey Nieuwhof

Carey Nieuwhof is a best-selling leadership author, speaker, podcaster, former attorney, and church planter. He hosts one of today’s most influential leadership podcasts, and his online content is accessed by leaders over 1.5 million times a month. He speaks to leaders around the world about leadership, change, and personal growth.