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Leadership Network Top 10 Articles from 2016

December 8, 2016

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We’ve rounded up the best resources Leadership Network has to offer. Here are the top 10 most-read articles from our blog for 2016. Did you miss any of them?

  1. 9 Fascinating Facts About People Who Attend Megachurches Did you know 55% of large-church attenders volunteer at the church in some way (which is more than at smaller churches)?
  2. 10 Truths of Churches that Do a Great Job with Leadership Development (Part 1) Ever wonder why some churches ministries grow and multiply rapidly and others don’t?
  3. When Churches Merge Mergers are complicated, and many issues must be addressed when undertaking one. Here are some of the questions you should ask before starting the merger process.
  4. What Percentage of Couples Are Happily Married? It’s probably more than you think.
  5. 10 Truths of Churches that Do a Great Job with Leadership Development (Part 2) Developing leaders is one of the most critical needs of a growing multiplying church. Here’s the second half of our list.
  6. Assessment Tool Maximizing Church’s Leaders “We’ve heard so many leaders say they never had a tool before to help them understand how they’re really doing in ministry…. This tool is empowering all of our leaders to evaluate themselves on a few of the most important things so that we all pull in the same direction.”
  7. Four Top Challenges Facing Campus Pastors Watch out for these four potential stumbling blocks.
  8. Pulpit Swap – Changing the Racial Climate in Dallas “It was fascinating for the white pastors to see racism through the eyes of black pastors. There was a lot of listening, grace and learning on both sides. You come to realize, everybody has a race story.”
  9. What Makes Our Leadership Team Work?  We live by this mantra: “This team is my team. Its success is my success. I win if this team wins. I lose if this team loses.”
  10. Today’s “Co-Pastor” – A Slightly Growing Trend The idea has been practiced for decades, although in quite limited form.

 

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