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Introducing Logan Leadership

Introducing Logan Leadership

Exciting times are ahead. This is a new season of ministry for me—a time of intensified focus on what God has called me to do. I have always been passionate about making disciples from the harvest for the harvest, about multiplying authentic communities of Jesus...

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Fair warning

Starting on Monday, there will be a new look and feel to my blog. I’ll be launching a new website here at www.loganleadership.com. The blog will be integrated into the website, but I wanted to give you an early heads up in case of any confusion. My hope is that this...

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There is such a thing as a stupid question

You’ve heard teachers tell their students, “There’s no such thing as a stupid question.” That might be true for students—students might get a pass—but it’s definitely not true for coaches. Here are a few of my favorite stupid question categories. Whenever these types...

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Tangible Kingdom Primer– teenager-style

Tangible Kingdom Primer– teenager-style

About three months ago a woman at my church started going through the Tangible Kingdom Primer in a unique way—with her teenage kids. Lena ran across the book, began praying about who to read through it with, and when she showed it to her kids, ages 19, 15, and 12, she...

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Lightbulb Conversations

A few days ago I had a conversation with a friend who is also a network leader. I was telling her about the kind of work I’m going to be focusing on next—helping people return to the work of Jesus at a grassroots level, living missionally and incarnationally in the...

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Group Baptism

Let’s take some time to celebrate. Last week our church was able to participate in a baptism celebration for a number of people in the transition center network where we’re serving. Together with the residents and another church that is serving here we had over 20...

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The starfish group

One woman in my church plant has started a new group. One of the members, new to both the group and the church, wanted to call the group “the starfish group,” after the book The Starfish and the Spider—with the idea being that the group is set up to multiply right...

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