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The Circle is Being Completed

Women gathered at Synod 2018 to celebrate their opportunities to lead in the past, present, and future. God has been faithful to all who have participated in this journey.

Leadership Development
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A Deacon's Work is Never Done!

Since a deacon's mandate is to “lead and equip the church to minister to its members and the world in a rich diversity of ministries, awaken compassion, demonstrate mercy, seek justice, and collaborate with God’s Spirit for the transformation of persons and communities,” can they ever really ‘take a break’?? 

DeaconsLeadership Development
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Why SERVE?

A SERVE host team member describes why they are involved in SERVE.

Youth Ministry
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Leaders: Top Priority

When Jeanne Hagenberg of Calvary Reformed Church in Orland Park, IL, agreed to be the director of Coffee Break, she knew it would be a shorter term commitment. As a result, she made leadership development a top priority.

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I Remember, Therefore I Am

Our value in this hyper-cognitive world doesn’t come because we remember, but because we are remembered. More than that, Christian hope is in God’s memory.

Disability Concerns
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Leading in 2018

What about leadership in 2018? We are called to go and make disciples. How do we communicate Coffee Break/Discover Your Bible practices in our changing culture?

Coffee BreakCommunity Engagement
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Maximizing Staff Impact

Often pastors are not optimizing this new staff potential because they are insufficiently coordinating and encouraging the new staff teams. Here are 5 supervisory investments that increase staff impact. 

Church Renewal
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Invite the CEO

If all agree that prayer is important and powerful, why doesn’t prayer hold a more prominent place in most council meetings?

Church Renewal

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