Miles McPherson (Lead Pastor of Rock Church in San Diego) joins Carey Nieuwhof to talk about race, diversity and the Church’s role in the conversation and solution.
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Dr. Kara Powell (Executive Director of the Fuller Youth Institute) and David Kinnaman discuss the importance of addressing insecurities as a leader, the challenges of social media for Gen Z and why church ministries need to stop giving answers to questions teens aren’t asking.
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2 years agoPete Scazzero joins Carey and David to talk about his new book Emotionally Healthy Discipleship, the current state of pastors’ mental and emotional health and why it’s important that pastors foster emotional health in themselves and those they shepherd.—
Follow Pete: EmotionallyHealthy.orgBelay: To get a free download of their resource, ‘Church Leaders: Essential Strategies to Unleash Productivity,’ go to belaysolutions.com/churchpulse.Subsplash: Visit www.subsplash.com/churchpulse to learn more.Post Views: 2,073
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Rob Peabody (CEO of VOMO) and Derek Sanford (Lead Pastor of Grace Church in McKean, PA) join Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to talk about activating volunteers digitally and in-person. In particular, they unpack how volunteer ministry can draw in younger generations and help churches discover their unique method for reaching their neighborhood.Post Views: 1,012