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Review: The Case for Antioch

Dr. Jeff Iorg is the President of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, but his book The Case for Antioch: A Biblical Model for Transformational Church is not a work that should only be read by students. Rather, it’s a book… Continue Reading →

Catalyst Review: The Best Of…

Rather than regurgitating my own notes from some of the other speakers at Catalyst, here are some links to their talks that have already been written about on other blogs. Just click on the image for the link. Andy also… Continue Reading →

Catalyst Review: Chuck Swindoll

One of the highlights of Catalyst for me was Chuck Swindoll’s message on Friday. I have been an appreciate follower of his as a pastor, author, leader at Dallas Theological Seminary and speaker on his radio show Insight for Living…. Continue Reading →

Catalyst reflections

I returned from Catalyst 2009 late Friday-early Saturday with my church staff, and I wanted to post some quick reflections on the experience. I’ve been wanting to attend for 9 years, and finally made it this year to celebrate its… Continue Reading →

Review: Put Your Dream to the Test

Put Your Dream to the Test: 10 Questions that Will Help You See It and Seize It (Rated 3 Stars) by John C. Maxwell It’s been a while since I read a book by John Maxwell, and now I remember… Continue Reading →

StrengthsFinder Results

Sometime ago, I read Mark Buchanan’s book Now, Discover Your Strengths and took the StrengthsFinder inventory. I have discovered that it really helps to communicate with others in leadership arenas when you speak the same inventory “language.” I’m posting my… Continue Reading →

Learning to share… leadership

Jeff Kapusta, leader of Lifepoint Church, has been writing a series about “Hindsight.” It’s things that he would have done differently (or is glad they did) as they church started. His third point was the genesis for this entry –… Continue Reading →

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