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When The Unstuck Group works with a church on strategic planning using the StratOp process, the church ultimately discovers several “core issues” they believe are the most important things holding them back from being the church God has called them to be. After identifying those areas, they can

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I have a question for you. What is your ultimate goal? We often define goals for different areas of our lives—our careers, our finances, our spiritual growth, etc. But it is your ultimate goal that determines your direction. Like the GPS on a smartphone, it directs

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Integrity has become “mission-critical.” Look at the present national state of hyper-sensitivity to anything that looks, sounds, or smells like corruption. Integrity has become critical. Daniel was in that position.  His three political competitors tracked his every move.  They did not succeed in finding one single complaint, error,

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The pendulum swings in churches. The congregation does not like a previous direction, so they overcompensate with the next move they make. Often, the overcompensation becomes a more challenging situation than the previous state. Here are five overcorrection mistakes I frequently see in churches: A different kind

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Look around you. In so many churches today, even though the Bible is referenced, the basis for the beliefs and teachings of the sociological church are not biblical. Christ has a people who will come out from those who have a form of godliness, but

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What we are doing to ourselves is beyond tragic. When I was a boy, my father had a friend who worked in the New York Yankee’s clubhouse, and he brought me back a baseball signed by the entire team, which at that time included Yankee legends

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 Church leaders…we’re such hypocrites at times aren’t we? We know what Jesus said in Matthew 6:25-34 by heart! We tell people that God is Sovereign and that He reigns over their situation. We recite I Peter 5:7 to people as they are completely stressing out

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