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Bekah Stoneking 2h
As I approach my Lifeway-versary, here's a throwback to the blog that changed everything. Thanks for the opportunity . This piece was the first read by a LW editor, which led to contract work, then to joining LWKids full time. Soli Deo gloria!
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Ed Stetzer 2h
"Most of all, people will remember how you left, not what you did." - :
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Ed Stetzer 12h
"Current pastors are more likely to say they are not sure of the appropriate time away from public ministry today (31%) than in 2016 (25%)." - discussing LifeWay Research's recent study
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Ed Stetzer 14h
Discipline, someone said, is choosing what you want most over what you want now. Spiritual disciplines matter in uncertain times. See how at
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Ed Stetzer 15h
New from : "I Preached in the Same Space the Worship Leader Sang and Now I Have Covid" I followed all the precautions except the ones about airborne droplets. A few days later, my whole family had Covid. Here's how you can do better.
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Ed Stetzer 16h
"When a pastor commits adultery, most of their fellow pastors believe they should withdraw from public ministry for at least some time." - discussing LifeWay Research's recent study
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Ed Stetzer 18h
Replying to @edstetzer
I took a canoe tour of HoneyRock. Check it out! It's an amazing place and we have a gap year program (Vanguard), college courses, a master's degree (Outdoor Adventure and Ldrship), and a great camp, all based in Three Lakes, WI. More info here:
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Ed Stetzer 18h
So great to take a few days with the family at the Outdoor Center for Leadership Development, HoneyRock. You can follow us at .
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Ed Stetzer 19h
New post: "Pastors Split over Ministry Return Time for Pastors Who Commit Adultery" An overview of the findings from ’s most recent study.
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Ed Stetzer 20h
In a world that doesn’t always regard believers in noble ways and in a time of uncertain days, immersing in biblical content reminds us of our identity. See the role of Bible study and other disciplines at
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Ed Stetzer Aug 12
Spiritual disciplines matter all the time, but we need to be reminded of that in tumultuous times like now. Here are three practices to help in uncertain times at
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Ed Stetzer Aug 11
I believe that all new churches should make planting churches a value from day one. From the beginning, your church should have the intention and plans to multiply. More here
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CalvaryChapel Aug 11
We are so blessed to have the Calvary Chapel/CGN International Conference happen this week online! Thank you all who have joined us thus far, for your feedback, encouragement, and participation! Ed Stetzer’s session is coming up at 1:00PM PT!
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Nick Cady Aug 11
"Calvary Chapel popularized text-driven, theologically-rich, culturally-engaging preaching in the contemporary church." at the international conference.
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Ed Stetzer Aug 11
New churches should be planting with the idea that they will also be planting other churches. “Planting pregnant” creates a culture of growth from the start. More of Part 2 on church planting at
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Ed Stetzer Aug 11
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Here's the actual video: . You'e welcome, stats nerds.
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Ed Stetzer Aug 11
Since Nickleback is trending on Twitter, let's not forget how much they appreciated statistical research.
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Ed Stetzer Aug 11
Church planting is something that all churches should prioritize because, when done correctly, it furthers the Kingdom of God. Part 2 of my series on church planting at
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David Olford Jul 16
We are used to calling people to believe in Jesus as Savior and Lord. But, it is also important to believe Jesus. He becomes and is our Teacher, Master, and Lord.
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Ed Stetzer Aug 10
As we have reached the conclusion of part one, we are taking a moment to pause and reflect on all of the contributions we’ve had thus far in discussing the book White Fragility.
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