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Process, Not Program – Cultivating a Discipleship Ethos

Developing and training leaders for missional communities begins with cultivating a discipleship ethos. We need to look at discipleship holistically, beginning with those who have yet to self identify as Christians, and then all the way across the continuum to those who are serving the community from the overflow of their walk with God.

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Monday Musings: June 17, 2013

Welcome to another edition of Monday Musings! We have listed a handful of articles collected from over the weekend that may be of interest. Feel free to share!

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Monday Musings: May 20, 2013

Coaching Church Leaders During a Time of Change: Part One & Part Two [Barnabas File – Ircel Harrison] Learn more about our own Charity Roberson and her work as the Learning Communities Coach for the Emerging Leaders team. [Read Part 1 and Part 2] Announcements: Why People Love You But Don’t Listen To You [Jeff Brodie] Here’s what I’ve observed too …

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Monday Musings: May 13, 2013

A field guide to the Meeting Troll [Seth Godin] The meeting troll is a common creature, one that morphs over time and is good at hiding (snaring you when it’s too late to avoid him.) [Read the full post – Hat Tip to VBMB’s Welford Orrock for the link!] Is This Meeting Really Necessary? [Inc.] Here’s some steps to determine if …

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Leadership Gathering recap in tweets, pictures, & video

We had a great Leadership Gathering at Eagle Eyrie this past weekend. We posted over 90 photos over at our Facebook account. There were also several folks who tweeted the event. Their highlights are below! http://storify.com/VaBaptists/leadership-gathering-of-virginia-baptists-2013

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