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If you receive God’s ‘yes’ with praise, why not receive his ‘no’ with trust?
— Steven Furtick

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Being clear is 10 times more work than being confusing, but yields more than 10 times the results.
— Carey Nieuwhof

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Your day doesn’t begin when you get up. It starts when you go to sleep. Rest begins your new day, not coffee.
— Wayne Cordeiro

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People don’t remember sermons or speeches or even paragraphs. What people remember are simple statements, slogans, and phrases.
— Rick Warren

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The church is one of the few organizations in the world that does not exist for the benefit of its members.
— Ed Stetzer

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Being a ‘friendly church’ doesn’t mean people smile on Sunday. It means people engage the rest of the week.
— Scott Cochrane

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A healthy church respects its guests by briefly, simply explaining what’s going on in services.
— Gregg Montella

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Most people think of vision as the ability to see the future. But in today’s rapidly changing world, vision is also the ability to accurately assess current changes and take advantage of them.
— Rick Warren

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A big part of leadership is recognizing that your fruit often grows on other peoples trees.
— Todd Adkins

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The greatest voices of history have always used the most current technology to influence their generation.
— Rick Warren

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God’s interested in more than my project. Jesus didn’t weep over a church. He wept over a city.
— Jeremy Johnson

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Leaders goal: Constantly releasing the potential within younger people - commit to living, thinking and being youthful.
— Brian Houston

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What if we’re supposed to be at church, not just for what we get out of it, but for what we bring to it?
— Michael Lukaszewski

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Don’t be afraid of these two questions: 1) What assumptions are we working off of? and, 2) What are we basing our assumptions on?
— Dave Jacobs

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Your Bible is where you get wisdom from God. Your calendar is where you apply it.
— Robert Watson

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Pride is about pretending; humility is about reality.
— Chad Moore

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Sustained momentum always requires change.
— Ron Edmondson

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Burnout occurs when you’re involved in more things that drain you than energize you.
— Dave Jacobs

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It’s easy to trust God when He does what we want; it’s the other times we grow.
— Bob Goff

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Before communicating, ask yourself: What do I want people to know? What do I want them to feel? What do I want them to do?
— Craig Groeschel