Friday’s List | August 4

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fridays-listEvery Friday I post a short list of the things I’m reading, listening to, loving and wrestling with:

Here’s what I’m reading right now:

THESE 6 QUESTIONS WILL REVEAL HOW WELL YOU LOVE YOUR NEIGHBORS by Karina Kreminski on Great set of questions. Very, very compelling.

How To Respond To A Culture You Don’t Like Anymore by Carey Nieuwhof. If your church is choosing #1, #2, or #3…this post will be challenging for you.

The Art of Being Mentored by Dan Reiland. Great insights on a great topic.

Why Values and a Purpose are Vital for Leaders Today by Skip Prichard. Definitely fits the bill today. We need to learn more about this.

Gospel Fluency: Speaking the Truths of Jesus into the Everyday Stuff of Life by Jeff Vanderstelt. I really like the angle of this one.

Here’s what I’m listening to:

Regi Campbell On Radical Mentorship For Men That Transforms Their Leadership And Families on the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast. I posted this one about 45 days ago. Too good. Back to it.

How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge, Part Two. Clay Scroggins on the Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast. (Note

Be More Focused With A Weekly Checkpoint on the Accidental Creative Podcast. Very important add to my routine.

The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future Audible Audiobook – Unabridged by Kevin Kelly. Very interesting. One of the books I’m recommending on my 2017 Summer Reading List.

Soul Keeping: Caring for the Most Important Part of You. I reviewed the DVD and Study Guide in 2014. Loved that part of the project and this one is very good too. 

Quotes I’m wrestling with:

“Projects of personal transformation rarely if ever succeed by accident, drift or imposition.” Dallas Willard

App I’m using:

I’m learning to consistently leverage Evernote as my go-to place to store ideas, quotes, and content. I’ve had this app for several years and always mean to use it more.

My own post I hope you’re reading:


Here’s the question: Is there really a best small group model for your church? And if there is, what would happen if you were able to identify it and implement it?

What do you think?

I believe there is a best small group model for your church.

I also believe once you learn to identify the best model for your church and have implemented the strategies and tactics taught in this course you’ll begin to see results that move you toward your preferred future.

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