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Grieve, Get Perspective, Go Forward (w/ Chris Johnson) podcast

Pastor Chris Johnson leads Divine Unity Community Church— a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-generational church in Harrisonburg, Virginia. As our nation experienced many of the racial and...

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7 Things Pastors Should Do Every Monday (coach) kevin lloyd *systems priorities

If Monday were shoes, they'd be Crocs. 

While seeing a surge in popularity, Crocs will never be the coolest of shoes in my opinion.

Similarly, Mondays will never be the best of days for me...

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Grow the Right Things (w/ Mike Burnette) podcast video

 

Mike Burnette replanted LifePoint Church when it was 5 years old, had 52 members, and was $2.5MM in debt. The church has grown steadily since then.

But growth isn’t always what...

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How to Cultivate God's Presence in Your Life (coach) danny anderson passion priorities

I imagine most people who believe in God would agree that they would like to have more of His presence in their lives, not less.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have more of an awareness that...

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Do You, Then Do the Ministry (w/Clayton King) podcast video

Clayton King preaches most weekends at NewSpring Church in South Carolina, he leads Clayton King Ministries, and he’s written 17 books (the latest one being released during the pandemic).

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10 Reasons Every Leader Needs a Coach (coach) shawn lovejoy purpose

I find it hard to believe that I have already been coaching pastors for twenty years. 

However, when I am speaking to a group of leaders, I will often say, “If you hear me something and...

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3 Reasons Churches and Organizations Stop Growing *culture *systems *team

At CourageousPastors.com we teach our Gears of Growth Framework as THE primary tool to help leaders find the problem areas (and potential places) in their organization. Both are important.

Many...

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What growth actually looks like- and how to handle each season

I want you to do a small exercise.

First, take an honest assessment of where you are. 

Are you on a peak or in a pit?

It’s likely one or the other…

Second,  take the...

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