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CNLP 561: Andy and Stacie Wood on Following Rick Warren, The Detailed Breakdown on How the Saddleback Succession Happened, How to Navigate the Grief and Promise of Transition, and Being Kicked out of the SBC
Andy Wood did what many people thought (in his own words) “only an idiot might do”—become the pastor who follows Rick Warren. Andy breaks down the details of how the surprising call to Saddleback happened, exactly what they did during the transition, and how the congregations involved navigated the grief and promise of transition. Stacie…
CNLP 560: Erwin McManus on Why the Future Belongs to Communicators, The Seven Frequencies of Communication, The Dawn of Fast Learning and What it Means for Communicators
Erwin McManus returns to the podcast to discuss why the future belongs to communicators, the seven frequencies of communication, and the dawn of fast learning and what that means for communicators and preachers. Welcome to Episode 560 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast on…
How the Structure of a Church Can Help (or Hinder) Growth
It’s one thing to want to see your church grow. It’s entirely another to position your church structurally so you can accommodate growth. If you structure bigger, you can grow bigger. If you don’t, your structural constraints will stifle and hinder your growth. The structure of a church – or the leadership hierarchy and governing…
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