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Adapting

Move The Can: The First Step Toward Change In A Stubborn Church

Are there any simple steps you can take to reduce waste and help you get more done with your limited time and resources? Make them a priority.

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Adapting

The Unbearable Luxury Of Efficiency (or “Sometimes It’s Enough That It’s Done”)

Right now, finding ways to nourish your heart, spirit, body and soul is more important than obsessing over a more efficient way to get things done.

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Adapting

The Unbearable Luxury Of Efficiency (or “Sometimes It’s Enough That It’s Done”)

Right now, finding ways to nourish your heart, spirit, body and soul is more important than obsessing over a more efficient way to get things done.

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Recovering

A Crisis Is Not An Opportunity For The Church, It’s A Responsibility

Instead of framing difficult circumstances as an opportunity for the church, we need to see it for what it is. A responsibility. When we do this, we’re more likely to keep our priorities straight.

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Adapting

Locked Down In A Small Town: Rural Ministry During COVID-19

Pastors in small towns and rural areas are on the front lines of ministry right now. They bear the needs of their church members deeply. Yet they and their churches probably feel unseen, undervalued and under-resourced.

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