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The Power of “The Line” in Ethiopia: Pastors Repent for Incorrectly Preaching the Bible

Testimony from Allan Sherer, Pastor of Global Connection at the North Hills Church, Taylors, South Carolina. Nine years ago I was introduced to TNT training. Through a series of remarkable providences God opened a compelling opportunity to partner with two dynamic leaders in Ethiopia. These two men, independent from one another, became deeply burdened by the fact […]

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D.A. Carson - How Does the Gospel of John Speak to Our Secular Age?
How Does the Gospel of John Speak to Our Secular Age? – D.A. Carson

LRI’s video team recently had the opportunity to record a few videos for The Gospel Coalition video series in which gifted expositors preach an overview sermon of a book of the Bible, drawing out the main Idea and intended response of that book. We recorded Dr. D. A. Carson on John, Dr. Constantine Campbell on Ephesians, […]

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Leadership Transitions and Overcoming “Founder’s Syndrome”: A Case Study in Humility and Gratitude

Some leadership transitions are fraught with tension and conflict. Others can even sink a church or an organization.  Thankfully this wasn’t the case for Leadership Resources when Craig Parro took over for LRI’s Founder Bill Mills in 2010 as LRI’s President. Craig and Bill recently sat down to discuss the challenges of avoiding “Founder’s Syndrome,” […]

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