Selfies

John Chandler

Millennials advocate radical freedom and that’s good. But the shadow side is the devaluing of community.

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New South demographics

John Chandler

It’s hard to share the gospel if you don’t know how to say “hola.”

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The new face of generosity

John Chandler

It’s not about meeting church budgets. It’s about transforming people spiritually.

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Antibiotics: When “cheap and now” turns deadly

John Chandler

There’s a more responsible and sustainable way to live.

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Edutainment

John Chandler

17 million students are enrolled in America’s colleges and universities. Are they there for education or a good time?

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All in for multisite churches? Not so fast.

John Chandler

Congregations looking to develop more than one campus face significant challenges.

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The new normal — multisite churches

John Chandler

If multisite churches were a Protestant denomination, they would be the fourth largest in the country.

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Disruptive innovator competencies: temperance and courtesy

John Chandler

Impulse control and awareness of context are emerging as key indicators.

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How well does your staff improvise?

John Chandler

Disruptive innovator competencies include resourcefulness and a high level of output.

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Need innovative leaders? Look for agility and alertness

John Chandler

Those characteristics are essential to engaging “disruptive innovation.”

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How churches discover world-changing breakthroughs

John Chandler

It’s not through a heroic leader but in dedicated groups of people putting their shoulders against a common task.

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Big data hiring trends

John Chandler

Large companies are using metrics, not gut instinct, in hiring employees. Pastor search committees, take note.

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Looking for GameChangers

John Chandler

Apparently, innovators are simultaneously disciplined and focused, yet open to creativity and unexpected possibilities.

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The growing costs of convenience

John Chandler

If achieving information requires nothing more than a Google search, what will that do to the task of spiritual formation?

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