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Rainer on Leadership is your online home for leadership lessons for the local church. This twice-weekly podcast provides practical training on important issues for church leaders and pastors. For more information, visit ThomRainer.com.

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Rainer on Leadership is your online home for leadership lessons for the local church. This twice-weekly podcast provides practical training on important issues for church leaders and pastors. For more information, visit ThomRainer.com.

    Growing Healthy Churches Together: Tyndale House Publishers and Church Answers

    Growing Healthy Churches Together: Tyndale House Publishers and Church Answers

    On today’s episode of Rainer on Leadership, Ron Beers joins us to discuss the new ministry partnership with Tyndale House Publishers and Church Answers.



    Ron Beers has worked at Tyndale House Publishers since 1987, serving as editorial director for books and Bibles, as well as editor-in-chief; he currently serves as senior vice president and group publisher. He has written or co-written more than 30 books. Ron was involved in the creation of the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, and he has been a member of the Central Bible Translation Committee since 1988. Ron was also the creator and general editor of The Life Application Study Bible. He has been happily married since 1979 and has three grown children and seven grandchildren.



    Resources mentioned in today's podcast:



    * Tyndale Church Connect

    * The Post Quarantine Church by Thom S. Rainer

    * Life Application Study Bible

    * The Tyndale Foundation

    * Church Future Indicator









    Episode Sponsors

    Tyndale recently launched a new website, tyndalechurchconnect.com/. The site supports church leaders with helpful content and resources from some of the world’s most trusted pastors and authors. You’ll find videos, study guides and book excerpts, along with some of Tyndale’s newest and most popular books and Bibles for churches and church leaders. Visit tyndalechurchconnect.com/ and sign up for the Church Connect e-newsletter to receive regular Church Connect updates by email. You can also learn how to get a free digital preview of my upcoming book, The Post-Quarantine Church—due to release in September.





     

    The mission at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. The school offers more than 40 different degree programs, including the new Master of Arts in Church Revitalization in partnership with Church Answers and the Revitalization Network. This 37-hour degree is designed to help students move established churches from flatlining to flourishing.

    Learn about this program and more by visiting sebts.edu. Where are you going? Southeastern will help you get there.









    Feedback

    If you have a question you would like answered on the show, fill out the form on the podcast page here on Church Answers.

    • 25 分鐘
    Four Warning Signs Stress is Beginning to Impair Your Leadership

    Four Warning Signs Stress is Beginning to Impair Your Leadership

    Stress free leadership does not exist. There are times when stress can become a problem. How do you know when stress is impacting you negatively? Today’s episode unpacks  four warning signs stress is beginning to impair your leadership.  



    * The questions of others are viewed as attacks

    * You take the mistakes of others as a personal letdown

    * Withdrawal is more about escape than spiritual retreat

    * You neglect key ministry problems



    Resources mentioned in today's podcast:



    * Church Future Indicator









    Episode Sponsors

    The mission at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. The school offers more than 40 different degree programs, including the new Master of Arts in Church Revitalization in partnership with Church Answers and the Revitalization Network. This 37-hour degree is designed to help students move established churches from flatlining to flourishing.

    Learn about this program and more by visiting sebts.edu. Where are you going? Southeastern will help you get there.









    Feedback

    If you have a question you would like answered on the show, fill out the form on the podcast page here on Church Answers.

    • 21 分鐘
    Five Ways to Honor the Past While Not Losing the Future

    Five Ways to Honor the Past While Not Losing the Future

    History is important. A key part of developing a strong vision for the future is having a good understanding of the past.  In today’s episode, Thom and Sam share five ways to honor your church’s past while not losing the future.



    * Have a genuine love for the history of your church 

    * Celebrate the parts of the past that support the vision

    * Tell the story of past change efforts with a positive perspective

    * Turn the legacy into a guide, not a hurdle

    * Ask elderly heroes to publicly give support 



    Resources mentioned in today's podcast:



    * Church Future Indicator

    * Landslide Creative









    Episode Sponsors

    The mission at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. The school offers more than 40 different degree programs, including the new Master of Arts in Church Revitalization in partnership with Church Answers and the Revitalization Network. This 37-hour degree is designed to help students move established churches from flatlining to flourishing.

    Learn about this program and more by visiting sebts.edu. Where are you going? Southeastern will help you get there.









    Feedback

    If you have a question you would like answered on the show, fill out the form on the podcast page here on Church Answers.

    • 22 分鐘
    People are Addicted to Outrage: Four Ways to Walk a Better Path – An Interview with Ed Stetzer

    People are Addicted to Outrage: Four Ways to Walk a Better Path – An Interview with Ed Stetzer

    Ed Stetzer is a professor and dean at Wheaton College who also serves as Executive Director of the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center. Stetzer has planted, revitalized, and pastored churches, trained pastors and church planters on six continents, has earned two master’s degrees and two doctorates, and has written hundreds of articles and a dozen books. He joins us today to talk about why people are addicted to outrage and four ways to walk a better path. 



    * Your book Christians in the Age of Outrage: How to Bring Our Best When the World Is at Its Worst in 2018. What prompted you to write the book at that time?

    * Describe what you are seeing in today’s culture as it applies to outrage. How can Christians help rather than contribute to the problem?

    * Explain the four ways you describe to walk a better path are: being empathetic, responding with humility, seeing people as image bearing, and being sacrificial. 

    * How can pastors and others in ministry help lead their members to choose a better path?



    Resources mentioned in today's podcast:



    * Church Future Indicator

    * March 11, 2020 article posted at Christianity Today - “People are Addicted to Outrage: Four Ways to Walk a Better Path”

    * Christians in the Age of Outrage: How to Bring Our Best When the World Is at Its Worst by Ed Stetzer

    * Christians at Our Best curriculum

    * Subversive Kingdom: Living as Agents of Gospel Transformation by Ed Stetzer









    Episode Sponsors

    The mission at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. The school offers more than 40 different degree programs, including the new Master of Arts in Church Revitalization in partnership with Church Answers and the Revitalization Network. This 37-hour degree is designed to help students move established churches from flatlining to flourishing.

    Learn about this program and more by visiting sebts.edu. Where are you going? Southeastern will help you get there.









    Feedback

    If you have a question you would like answered on the show, fill out the form on the podcast page here on Church Answers.

    • 25 分鐘
    How to Be an Encouraging Church Member

    How to Be an Encouraging Church Member

    Pastors and church staff have plenty of critics. The Church Answers team helps us understand how we can all choose to be an encouraging church member. 



    * The story of Stephanie Jackson

    * The heart of renewal in many churches

    * Pray for the disposition of encouragement daily

    * Create an intentionality

    * Pray for those you encouraged

    * Seek nothing in return



    Resources mentioned in today's podcast:



    * Church Answers

    * Church Future Indicator









    Episode Sponsors

    The mission at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. The school offers more than 40 different degree programs, including the new Master of Arts in Church Revitalization in partnership with Church Answers and the Revitalization Network. This 37-hour degree is designed to help students move established churches from flatlining to flourishing.

    Learn about this program and more by visiting sebts.edu. Where are you going? Southeastern will help you get there.









    Feedback

    If you have a question you would like answered on the show, fill out the form on the podcast page here on Church Answers.

    • 22 分鐘
    Leading Remotely: An Interview with BELAY COO, Lisa Zeeveld

    Leading Remotely: An Interview with BELAY COO, Lisa Zeeveld

    How can church leaders lead their remote teams with trust? Belay COO, Lisa Zeeveld joins Thom and Sam to discuss how to lead well remotely. 



    * How can church leaders lead their remote teams with trust – and why?

    * What’s one thing you’d recommend church leaders do to make remote employees feel valued and ‘seen?’

    * How can remote church leaders learn to embrace conflict?

    * What’s one thing that a remote leader often overlooks that you’ve learned is invaluable as a remote leader? 

    * Is there such a thing as too much communication?



    Resources mentioned in today's podcast:



    * The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People by Gary Chapman and Paul White

    * BELAY

    * Church Future Indicator









    Episode Sponsors

    The mission at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. The school offers more than 40 different degree programs, including the new Master of Arts in Church Revitalization in partnership with Church Answers and the Revitalization Network. This 37-hour degree is designed to help students move established churches from flatlining to flourishing.

    Learn about this program and more by visiting sebts.edu. Where are you going? Southeastern will help you get there.









    Feedback

    If you have a question you would like answered on the show, fill out the form on the podcast page here on Church Answers.

    • 24 分鐘

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