Common Themes, Personalized Solutions

I was having a wonderful conversation with a group from Texas today, and I wanted to share some of the thoughts that I had as we were planning for an upcoming event. As we talked about the event, we shared the importance of connecting BIG IDEAS throughout, so there were some common themes in what […]

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Making Success Easier to Achieve

One of the significant shifts in my health journey is not that I have worked hard at it (I feel I always have), but that I have become more disciplined.  I have always exercised, but my eating habits have changed significantly. I am pretty focused on not only what I eat but when I eat.  […]

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One Secret of Power Negotiating

This is an excerpt from Secrets of Power Negotiating, 25th Anniversary Edition by Roger Dawson is available wherever books and ebooks are sold or directly from Career Press, the publisher at www.redwheelweiser.com. Adapted, and reprinted with permission. The Reluctant Seller and the Reluctant Buyer Imagine for a moment that you own a sailboat, and you are desperate […]

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6 Ways the Bible Teaches Pastors to Handle Disunity

Unity has increasingly been on the hearts and minds of many pastors this year. With the COVID-19 pandemic and the racial unrest that continue to cause tension among believers, many churches seem divided. Biblical unity has always been important. Throughout the years, people have attributed the growth and health of Saddleback Church to a variety […]

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How God Meets Your Ministry Needs

Sometimes your ministry doesn’t have everything you think it needs. Maybe you need more volunteers, more resources, more money, or more time to do what God is calling you to do.  When you understand the Law of the Harvest, you’ll understand the secret of how God meets your ministry needs. What is the Law of […]

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The 4 Promises of God When You Need Him

Many people today are asking themselves, “Where is God?” It’s a legitimate question during a global pandemic—even pastors are likely asking it this year. In fact, some researchers are suggesting that 20 percent of U.S. churches may never reopen. If you’re asking, “Where is God?” right now, the Bible has an answer. He’s right beside […]

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Empowering the Adults

This is one of my favorite quotes on education from my friend, AJ Juliani:     We talked about this recently on my podcast, and I discuss thinking about shifting from moving to engagement to empowerment.   When I first started teaching, my focus was to make sure students were really interested in the way that […]

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How to Make the Most of Your Life (Part One)

You have three options for what you can do with your life. You can waste it on pursuits that don’t matter. You can spend it on making a name for yourself. Or you can invest your life in ways that will bring God glory for future generations. Leaders invest their lives in ways that will […]

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Leadership Exposed: Things You Thought You Knew About Leadership

The power of the internet deliver info overload the leadership subject is no different. There's much that has actually been blogged about leadership: guidelines, tips, designs, and bios of motivating leaders throughout world history. Regrettably, there are particular leadership ideas that we fall short to identify. Here is a list of things you believed you […]

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How to Structure Your Sermon for Maximum Impact

The way you structure a sermon matters. I believe the biblical text should determine the substance of your message, but the way people hear and learn should determine the structure of your message. Even when you’re preaching on a single passage, you’re obligated to apply the truth of that passage. But the Bible never says […]

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