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Ground-breaking conversations with today's top ministry leaders designed to help you lead better.

Ground-breaking conversations with today's top ministry leaders designed to help you lead better.
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Colorado Springs, CO

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Ground-breaking conversations with today's top ministry leaders designed to help you lead better.

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Episodes

Shane Pruitt: When a Minister's Family Struggles

2/20/2019
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Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/344609-shane-pruitt-minister-family-struggles.html Shane Pruitt serves as the Director of Evangelism for the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. After adopting a son from Uganda, Shane and his wife, Kristi faced some difficult family experiences. In our conversation, Shane shares how his family struggles and ministry collided. ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t... ► Listen on RadioPublic:...

Duration:00:37:23

Erwin McManus: Your Theology Won't Save You From Lack of Peace

2/13/2019
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Get notes on this podcast here: ">https://churchleaders.com/podcast/344028-erwin-mcmanus-your-theology-wont-save-you-from-lack-of-peace.html Erwin McManus is an artist and the pastor of Mosaic Church in Los Angeles. In our surprisingly hopeful conversation, Erwin talks about the growing problem of anxiety and lack of peace in ministry leaders and why this struggle will have to be remedied by something other than theology. ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t... ►...

Duration:00:32:42

David Fitch: How to Be a Church on Mission

2/6/2019
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Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/343430-david-fitch-how-to-be-a-church-on-mission “Instead of an institution, people come to, [the church should be] a way of life cultivated in a place,” David Fitch says. Listen to our conversation with David as he discusses what it looks like when a church is "on mission." ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t... ► Listen on RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/the-churchlea... Connect with...

Duration:00:36:01

Justin Moxley: The Critical Need to Plant More Churches

1/30/2019
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Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/342908-stadia-justin-moxley-the-need-to-plant-churches-is-critical.html “We need to be planting about 8,100 churches per year just to keep up with the population and the closure rates," Justin Moxley of Stadia says. Justin shares the latest research on church plants, including how they reach people an established church may not. ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t... ► Listen on RadioPublic: ...

Duration:00:41:36

Kent Annan: What You Should Know About Refugees and Immigrants

1/22/2019
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Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/342328-kent-annan-what-you-should-know-about-refugees-and-immigrants Kent Annan is the director of humanitarian and disaster leadership at Wheaton College. In our conversation, Kent addresses the fears that often come up when societies consider welcoming refugees and immigrants and the facts he learned about the impact they have on the nations who welcome them. ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t... ►...

Duration:00:39:51

Brent Crowe: When You Live and Lead With Regret

1/16/2019
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Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/341888-brent-crowe-when-you-live-and-lead-with-regret.html Brent Crowe is the Vice President for Student Leadership University, a program that has trained over 150,000 students to commit themselves to excellence. In our conversation, Brent discusses the lessons he's learned from leading Gen Z, the hope he sees in the next generation, and the futility of leading from fear. ► Listen on Apple:...

Duration:00:39:37

Scott Sauls: How to Be an Authentic Person (and Pastor)

1/9/2019
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Pastor and author Scott Sauls discusses what he believes is his greatest contribution to the Kingdom of God. It's likely not what you'd expect.

Duration:00:39:31

Matthew Kim: Considering Your Congregation When You Preach

1/2/2019
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Dr. Matthew Kim of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary speaks to pastors about growing their cultural intelligence to help their preaching.

Duration:00:34:24

A Year in Review: 2018 Was a Difficult One for the Church

12/26/2018
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There's no sugarcoating the fact that the church in America experienced a lot of difficulty in 2018. Podcast host Jason Daye speaks to Megan Briggs, the editor of ChurchLeaders.com, to discuss the highlights of 2018 in this year in review.

Duration:00:36:38

Reggie McNeal: The Gospel of the Kingdom Vs. the Gospel of the Church

12/19/2018
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"Jesus established a kingdom outpost in the world," Reggie McNeal says. Yet the American church often focuses on a church-centric narrative and church-centric programs. Jason and Reggie discuss how we can get back to the message of kingdom.

Duration:00:38:06

Dean Sweetman and Frank Barry: What Pastors Need to Know About Year-End Giving

12/12/2018
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“December is generally the most generous time of the year,” Dean Sweetman says. Dean and Frank discuss what pastors can do to leverage the season when their members are thinking about giving.

Duration:00:36:00

Jonathan Pokluda: Millennials, "Adulting", and the Church

12/5/2018
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Jonathan "JP" Pokluda leads The Porch, an influential young adult gathering of more than 3,500 in Texas. He joins ChurchLeaders to talk about mobilizing Millennials in the church.

Duration:00:36:19

Natasha Sistrunk Robinson: A Sojourner's Journey in the Church

11/27/2018
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Natasha Sistrunk Robinson served in the military before devoting herself to ministry. Her experience in military service taught her key principles of leadership and mentoring, which informed her approach to discipling in the church. In our interview, Natasha discusses how church leaders can approach discipleship, what we learn from Moses' life and leadership, and how the church can be on mission for God.

Duration:00:36:34

Gavin Rogers: Why I Joined the Migrant Caravan

11/21/2018
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Gavin Rogers wasn't trying to make a political statement when he traveled to Mexico to join the migrant caravan. For Rogers, this was all in a day's pastoral work.

Duration:00:38:22

Lysa Terkeurst: How to Lead When Your Private Life Is Being Shaken

11/14/2018
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Lysa Terkeurst discusses leading through difficult personal times. In a relatively short period of time, Lysa experienced a major blow to her marriage and two life-threatening illnesses. What God taught her during that time likely won't make it onto a bumper sticker or cute Christian cliche.

Duration:00:32:45

Bryan Loritts: White Evangelicalism and the Hope I See

11/7/2018
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Bryan Loritts discusses how the white church and the black church can start doing life together.

Duration:00:37:13

Alan Briggs: How to Overcome 'Pastor Overwhelm'

10/31/2018
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Alan Briggs discusses ways pastors and church leaders can move from feeling as if everything in the church rises and falls with themselves and into a place where God is in control of the church they shepherd.

Duration:00:34:15

Corey Nelson: How to Unintentionally Start a Church for Children

10/24/2018
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When Pastor Corey Nelson took over the pastorate of a new church in a dangerous neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, he never intended to start a church for kids. But it turned out that is exactly what God had in mind for that neighborhood.

Duration:00:56:40

Carey Nieuwhof: How to Overcome the Cynicism That Saps Leaders of Strength

10/17/2018
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“Cynicism is subtle, but it’s identifiable because it means, ultimately, the loss of hope," Carey Nieuwhof explains. Join us as he discusses how leaders can shake off cynicism and regain their positive outlook on the future.

Duration:00:33:45

Ed Stetzer: How to Pastor People in an Age of Outrage

10/10/2018
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Ed Stetzer speaks to pastors trying to lead people during a particularly divisive time. It seems whatever the issue, people are split along tribal lines, political parties, and theological schools of thought. It's more important now than ever that leaders are contributing positively to constructive conversation while also knowing when it is best to say nothing.

Duration:00:32:57