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It is the responsibility of every individual in every role to carry the vision of the organization. @JeffHenderson and I discuss the key to successfully moving organizational vision forward on the latest From the Vault #AndyStanleyLeadershipPodcast!
At some point along the way, every parent wonders, “Am I doing this right? Am I missing something—something I’ll look back on and wish I had done it differently?” You want to get parenting right and we want to help. Pre-order here:
We have a big announcement coming tomorrow! Any guesses?
Part 3 of Heaven: Who Goes There? is available now:
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We are talking about elections, our faith, & where they meet (& where they don’t). As Americans head to the polls this week, Pastor @AndyStanley gives incredibly simple but challenging steps forward. Get his book. Listen to this podcast. Take notes. Vote.…
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Part 3 of Heaven: Who Goes There? is available now:
Imagine a world where unbelievers were anxious to hire, vote for, work for, work with, and live next door to Christians because of how well we treated one another and how well we treated them.
Ever thought Christianity isn't fair? It's actually not. Find out why that's good news in Part 2 of Heaven: Who Goes There?
Good morning! Join us live for part two of "Heaven: Who Goes There?" at
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Are you willing to embrace the others-first kingdom ethic of Jesus when it requires you to keep your opinion to yourself so as not to lose influence with outsiders? Are you willing to serve rather than cancel? Love rather than demonize? Pray for rather than publicly criticize?
“Thank you” is a way of pausing to recognize there would be no progress if it weren’t for the people who have loaned you their time, talent, and encouragement. The latest From The Vault #AndyStanleyLeadershipPodcast is out now:
(2/2) Consequently, our primary concerns often mirror the concerns of our political party of choice rather than our Savior of choice. And what concerns your political party most? The same thing the other party is most concerned about: Winning.
(1/2) The very thing Jesus was most concerned about—the thing we seem completely unconcerned about. Truth is, we’ve fostered and fueled division by allowing recent political and cultural mayhem to distract us from what our Savior commanded us to do.
Curious about who goes to heaven? Catch up on Part 1 of "Heaven: Who Goes There?":
I'm currently reading an advance copy of Parenting: Getting it Right by Andy and Sandra Stanley. It goes on sale January 17th. I wish it went on sale earlier. By that I don't mean November. I mean like, 25 years ago. @AndyStanley @sandrawstanley @Zondervan
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Check out our Be Rich launch and message here:
Extravagant generosity toward others is the appropriate response to God’s extravagant generosity toward us.
Doing Good Work: The program was started by Alpharetta-based North Point Ministries 16 years ago and, since then, has raised more than $71M and resulted in 543K volunteer hours, according to North Point Ministries.…
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Be Rich is our opportunity to do for others what God has done for us as we #giveservelove in Jesus’s name. Visit to participate!
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It was such an honor to be joined on Sunday by students and staff from Heart for Africa, one of our Be Rich partners! The kids they serve live in housing you helped build, ride a school bus you helped purchase, and have been impacted by your generosity in so many ways. THANK YOU!
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Is it possible to disagree politically and love unconditionally? Jesus thought so. As we approach midterm season, it’s time we do so. In Not In It To Win It, I lay out a strategy how. Grab your copy here:
Patriotism and Nationalism are two very different things.@PaulDMiller2 does a fantastic job distinguishing between the two. Highly recommend!
Think twice before answering a question that has the potential to burn a bridge or close a door.
“I got turned around in some little town I'd never been to before Working my way through a middle-of-June Midnight thunderstorm.”
“Command them to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share.” 1 Timothy 6:18 is not only where we get our name, but the heartbeat behind our entire campaign. We can't wait for another incredible year!
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(3/3) All of which would be fine if Jesus left it up to us to determine how to advance his movement. Further his kingdom. Represent his ekklesia. But he didn’t. He left us with explicit instructions.
(2/3) Basically, we’ve appropriated the techniques used by non-Christian folks on our side as well as folks on the other side. Their methods have become our methods. The way they broadcast their convictions is how we broadcast and market ours.
(1/3) Christians have attempted to bring about change in our nation through a variety of means. We’ve prayed and protested. We’ve boycotted brands, bands, and Disneyland. We’ve posted and tweeted. We’ve put signs in yards and waved signs on street corners.
(3/3) Jesus knew better. We can do better. We must do better.
(2/3) No system of government, no political platform, no bill, law, or mandate can change a human heart. So why allow ourselves to be entangled by and divided by secondary concerns when we are stewards of the message that has the potential to make the most difference?
(1/3) Everything that disturbs you about the United States emanates from the sinful, selfish, self-centered, appetite-fueled, fear-driven condition of the human heart. Our government can protect us from it. But our government is powerless to do anything about it.
Say “Wow!” not “How?” “How” has the potential to kill a great idea before it even gets started. The latest From The Vault #AndyStanleyLeadershipPodcast is available now!
Catch up on part one of "Invisible God" with @BuckheadChurch lead pastor, @joelt_ here:
Watch part six of "You'll Be Glad You Did: Timeless Advice for Troubled Times" here:
Lying to ourselves is actually self-rejection masquerading as self-protection.
One final piece of advice you don't want to miss:
Discussion questions for part six of "You'll Be Glad You Did: Timeless Advice for Troubled Times." Message available after 5:00 p.m. at
We do not get to choose what following Jesus looks and sounds like. It’s been prescribed. It’s on the label.
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You will never maximize your potential to give if you don’t have a plan.
Generous living: the premeditated, calculated, designated emancipation of financial assets.
Part Five of You’ll Be Glad You Did is available now:
Discussion questions for part five of "You'll Be Glad You Did: Timeless Advice for Troubled Times." Message available after 5:00 p.m. at
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Good morning! We hope you'll join us in person this morning for part five of our series, "You'll Be Glad You Did: Timeless Advice for Troubled Times." with @AndyStanley.
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Watch part four of "You'll Be Glad You Did: Timeless Advice for Troubled Times" here:
“Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ." –Ephesians 5:21
New Testament Marriage: A Submission Competition
In a relationship? Want it to go well? Check out part 4 of "You'll Be Glad You Did: Timeless Advice for Troubled Times" here:
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