How do stories of the saints help in the day-to-day nitty-gritty of leading and following?
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Identity transformation in the church, done faithfully, actually becomes an exercise in identity recovery -- learning again who we are as God’s people.
Chris Combs learned as a Duke football player to excel even as his team failed, to work harder and smarter than the minimum, and to worry about no more than he can control.
Work looks different now. The web and the coffee shop are the arena for ministry more than the office or the home visit.
The ‘ancient landmarks’ of the Bible are key to the gospel message, however you communicate it, says the director of UMC communications in Africa, Asia and Europe.
Striking the right balance between clearing space for creativity and shouldering an administrative load vexes many leaders, as the author learned while trying to be both a pastor and a law school student.
We are often tempted to ask which is more Christian: a bottom-up, consensus oriented style of leadership or a top-down, authoritarian one. Maybe that’s the wrong question.
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