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5 Buckets for Leadership
5 Buckets for Leadership
Henry Cloud
SESSIONS TIME
1. Vision 6 MINS
2. Engage Talent 4 MINS
3. Execute Strategy 4 MINS
4. Measure Results 6 MINS
5. Adapt & Fix 4 MINS

Speaker:   Henry Cloud
Publisher:   Church OnDemand - 2018
 
Keywords:
adapt, leadership, results, strategy, vision
Join Dr. Henry Cloud as he shares what he views as the 5 Buckets of Leadership. If you are currently in a leadership role or even aspire to be one day, this is a series that you will not want to miss.
 

Speaker:   Henry Cloud
Publisher:   Church OnDemand - 2018
 
Keywords:
adapt, leadership, results, strategy, vision
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Henry Cloud
The Necessity of Trust

Trust is the key ingredient to anything in life working: nothing works without trust. The world we live in is interdependent, therefore, we must get what we need outside ourselves which requires trust. When trust breaks down in a team, no one can get what they need. Listen as Dr. Cloud makes the case for the necessity of trust.

How to Build Trust

Building trust as leaders starts with defining it. We often have an elementary understanding of trust, that it's simply about being able to believe what someone says; but it's more than that. There are other key factors to trust such as feeling understood, shared motivations, and follow through. Watch as Dr. Cloud explains these and other factors that are crucial to building trust. 

Benefits of Trust

High trust has many benefits, the first of which is decreased drama as it allows you to assume the best. The margin that high trust provides in relationship will simply make life easier. Not to mention the unity and increased performance that high trust leads to on a team! In this clip, Dr. Cloud teaches about the many benefits of trust.

Breaking Trust   

We can all be guilty of judging ourselves by our intentions but others by their behaviors. When a leader breaks trust, it is often because they didn't consider how a behavior would impact trust in a relationship. Trust takes work and shouldn't be assumed. Listen as Dr. Cloud discusses common reasons behind breaking trust, and shares how trust can be continually constructed.

Trust Between Peers 

In order to examine trust in a relationship, you must have a conversation to determine how the individuals are meeting each other's need for trust. Trust is ultimately about knowing someone, and when we know them and what we know is good, we trust them. In building team trust, we must isolate the factors that cause cohesiveness and trust to build. Watch to learn about the important factors in building trust across a team. 
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1. The Necessity of Trust 3 MINS
2. How to Build Trust 4 MINS
3. Benefits of Trust 3 MINS
4. Breaking Trust 2 MINS
5. Trust Between Peers 3 MINS
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Measuring Success as a Leader

Your criteria for success must be determined before you start because that allows you to define the strategy to get from here to there. There should then be markers along the way that indicate if you are on the right path - objective measures that you have pre-set. Success should be measured both on the metrics side and the relational and culture side. Don't miss this invaluable video from Dr. Cloud about why measuring success as a leader is so essential, and how to do it.

Tools for Developing Self-Awareness

Self-awareness begins with honing other awareness. That means that we learn from other people about what they see in us because we all have so many areas that we just can't see. Until we see ourselves from the outside, we don't know how to do better. In this clip, Dr. Cloud teaches practical tools for developing self-awareness.

Symptoms of Poor Self-Leadership

There are three main areas to look at when considering how an individual is doing at self-leadership: 1) clinical, or how they're feeling and behaving, 2) relational, or how they are connecting, or not connecting, with others, and 3) performance. If any one or all of these areas are starting to fray, it can indicate that the self-leadership system is getting over-taxed. Listen for more from Dr. Cloud on the symptoms of poor self-leadership.

Developing Discipline

We often confuse discipline, organization, and structure. Someone may not appear outwardly organized because they're not structured, but organization is primarily an internal executive function which is essential for a leader. Discipline means that you're someone who leans into what must be done; if it's lacking, there are a number of potential reasons that must be explored. Click play to hear from Dr. Cloud about the common reasons people lack discipline, and what to do if it's a skill you need to develop. 

Importance of Emotional Intelligence

Executive-level leaders often have much in common by the time they reach that level, yet their performance-level differs. The reason for that are soft skills such as emotional intelligence. The ability to self-regulate, work well with others, and the use of good judgement, are all examples of factors that set great leaders apart from good ones. In this clip, Dr. Cloud makes the case for the importance of emotional intelligence.

Responding to Mistakes

Healthy leaders respond to mistakes by embracing them and owning them. When we can move toward awareness of what we haven't done well, we have a true opportunity to fix and learn from that mistake. High performers use every outcome, good or bad, to learn. Watch as Dr. Cloud lays out how the way we respond to our mistakes can facilitate a growth mindset.

Habits of Healthy Leaders

There are lots of ways to do leadership, but you'll find consistencies between the healthiest leaders. For one, they have a lot of clarity about where they want to go, which takes time and work. Another common discipline is planning - they don't go into things unprepared. Listen for more habits Dr. Cloud observes in healthy leaders.

The Effect of Self-Perception 

Self-perception is akin to a GPS; you must know where you are, how fast you're driving, and in what direction, to be able to get from Point A to Point B. We want to get our self-perception tuned in so that it's as close to on par with how others see us as possible. Poor performers have a tendency to view themselves higher than others view them - the goal is to right size that. In this video, Dr. Cloud explores the effects of self-perception.

Finding Your Leadership Style

Ironically, the best way to find your leadership style is as unique as your leadership style itself. Some find their personal leadership style by observing others and identifying what they gravitate toward and don't. Others do it through a more traditional study of leadership. The bottom line is you don't have to be like everyone else and that you have something uniquely valuable to bring to the table. Watch for more wisdom from Dr. Cloud about finding the leadership style for which you are uniquely designed. 

When to Delegate and Empower

The best leaders know that their job description is to figure out how to fully delegate what is on their plate so that they can focus on building for the future. There are certain things that only the leader's chair can do, but what are you doing that someone else can do? It's one of the most important questions a leader can ask. Learn from Dr. Cloud in this video about how leaders should approach delegating to and empowering their team members. 

The Consequences of Pride and Insecurity

Pride and insecurity can both erode leadership, but for different reasons. Real pride that's not insecurity-driven is the arrogant belief that you know better, which sets you up for a fall. Humility is simply honesty. Insecurity is when someone feels as though they are not good enough and is also best addressed through honesty and asking for help. Listen as Dr. Cloud shares about how to develop humility and confidence in place of pride and insecurity. 


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2. Tools for Developing ... 3 MINS
3. Symptoms of Poor ... 2 MINS
4. Developing Discipline 5 MINS
5. Importance of Emotional ... 2 MINS
6. Responding to Mistakes 3 MINS
7. Habits of Healthy Leaders 4 MINS
8. The Effect of Self-Perception 2 MINS
9. Finding Your Leadership Style 2 MINS
10. When to Delegate and Empower 2 MINS
11. The Consequences of Pride and ... 5 MINS
Henry Cloud
What is Organizational Culture

While there's lots of ways to define culture, one way to think about it is what happens to a person when that culture acts upon them. Because when you talk about a culture, you're talking about the forces that come to play on those who join the organization. If you study the effect of a culture on members of the organization, you start to get a picture of key markers of that culture. Watch to learn from Dr. Cloud about organizational culture. 

The Role of Leadership

There's a reason that we hear that culture flows from the top; while leadership isn't the same as culture, leaders have more levers to pull that affect culture. Leaders should proactively think about and define the culture they want to develop, then create a strategic plan to make that vision a reality. In this video, Dr. Cloud gives practical tools to help leaders build a strategic plan to achieve the culture in their organization that they desire.

How to Evaluate Your Culture

A structure and process is vital in order to determine what effect your culture has on your people and whether your culture is enhancing or taking away from your purpose. The best way to evaluate your culture is to actually bring in people with an outside perspective. You need a thermometer that's outside what you are trying to measure. Listen as Dr. Cloud shares how to evaluate your culture in order to get an accurate picture from which to grow.

Root of Organizational Culture Issues

In a culture, you should have values and a purpose that transcend those of the individual. When a powerful individual's own values and purpose do not bend their will to those of the organization, organizational culture issues take root. You must be proactive in defining those shared norms and seeking out outliers. Watch for wisdom on how to determine the root of organizational culture issues.

Defining Your Culture

The most vital component of defining your culture is determining your mission, because your culture must support your mission and the accompanying strategies. Your culture must also be aligned with the kind of talent you have to accomplish that strategy. Perhaps the most important question a leader can ask themselves is, "would I want to work here?" In this video, Dr. Cloud walks leaders through how to define the culture they desire for their organization.

Employees Perspective of Culture

It is the role of a leader to keep a pulse on how their people and organization is doing. That should include asking team members questions to get both a general and specific sense of how they view the organization's culture and their role. Listen for specific questions that a leader should ask in order to understand their employees' perspective on culture.

Characteristics of Successful Cultures  

When you look at organizations that do culture well, you sense a strong identity. From one healthy organization to the next, there is likely not the same culture but there is a culture. Much like an individual, when an organization is still trying to find themselves, their identity just seems a little lost. Watch as Dr. Cloud shares about characteristics of successful cultures and encourages leaders to claim a unique, strong identity for their organization.

The Most Important Factor of Healthy Cultures

The question of what's most important is always difficult to answer. But one essential culture factor that would be near the top of the list has to do with a narrow definition of the word integrity. It's about treating people well, being honest, doing what you say you will do, and not cutting corners. In this clip, Dr. Cloud shares his perspective on the most important thing you can do to create a healthy culture.

Mistakes in Culture-Building

The top mistake that is made in culture-building is passivity. Without actively shaping a culture, patterns will emerge that harden over time. Listen as Dr. Cloud details what happens when leaders don't get in front of culture-building, and what they should do in the face of cultures that have been formed by default. 
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1. What is Organizational Culture 3 MINS
2. The Role of Leadership 3 MINS
3. How to Evaluate Your Culture 2 MINS
4. Root of Organizational Culture ... 2 MINS
5. Defining Your Culture 4 MINS
6. Employees Perspective of ... 4 MINS
7. Characteristics of Successful ... 3 MINS
8. The Most Important Factor of ... 3 MINS
9. Mistakes in Culture-Building 2 MINS
Millennials and Gen Z in the Workforce

Everyone is now working with Millennials and/or Gen Z'ers in the workforce, so it's important to understand them and not make assumptions. For example, research shows there are actually two groups within the Millennials, one that tends to fit the stereotype of overly-entitled, while the other group are duty-bound high achievers. When you know that these generations are outcome-oriented and motivated by a higher purpose, you can maximize their contributions in your organization. Watch for practical information about these young generations in the workforce.

Mistakes in Developing the Next Generation 

The biggest mistake leaders often make in this area is simply neglecting to think about developing the next generation. Succession is a vital component of any healthy organization, which doesn't happen unless the leader is developing their bench strength. That development should involve identifying future leaders, engaging them, and creating paths for them to move forward on. Listen to learn from common mistakes made when it comes to developing the next generation.

Benefits of an Intergenerational Workforce

An intergenerational workforce mimics the family model, which human beings are designed for. The advantages to this model are substantial as one generation collaborates with the next and passes on what they have learned. There is something each generation can learn from the others. In this clip, Dr. Cloud makes the case for building intergenerational workforces.

How to Develop the Next Generation

One thing leaders must do to develop the next generation is elevate that value on a messaging level. Ownership of the task of creating the strategies around how future leaders are developed should be clearly delegated. The leader is then responsible for resourcing that strategy. Watch this clip for more wisdom from Dr. Cloud about developing the next generation.

Learning from the Younger Generation  

Any time we get around people younger then us, we are infused with their youthful energy, which is a benefit in-and-of itself. In addition to that, older generations have the opportunity to learn key aspects from the younger generation: business innovations through technology, optimism, adaptivity, and strong collaboration skills. Listen as Dr. Cloud shares more about what older generations can learn from young people in their sphere.

Wisdom for the Younger Generation

Leadership development is the most important thing that the younger generation can start now, rather than waiting for later. Job training isn't simply about specific skills but about those leadership skills that are essential to growth. Don't miss this video from Dr. Cloud in which he shares his personal wisdom with the younger generation.

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1. Millennials and Gen Z in the ... 5 MINS
2. Mistakes in Developing the Next ... 2 MINS
3. Benefits of an ... 3 MINS
4. How to Develop the Next ... 2 MINS
5. Learning from the Younger ... 3 MINS
6. Wisdom for the Younger ... 2 MINS
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Improving Listening Skills

Listening is one of the most important skills a leader can have. Among other reasons, it is key in building trust and reaching solutions. And like any other behavior, a leader shouldn't assume that they already know how to do it. In this video, Dr. Cloud teaches leaders how to improve their listening skills.

Traits of an Effective Communicator

Effective communicators know that it's less about the content and more about the connection. Once you've connected, you must then stay authentic. Storytelling, and the sharing of experiences, serve as an authentic point of connection and provide clarity in messaging. Learn from Dr. Cloud about what we can take away from effective communicators in order to grow in our own communication. 

Topics for Regular Team Communications

The executive function of the brain allows it to prioritize in order to take action. You are able to attend to what is relevant, inhibit what is not relevant, and access memories. Leadership communication should act in the same by keeping what's most important in front of the team such as the mission, values, and strategy. Watch for more tips from Dr. Cloud about what to regularly communicate to your teams.

Measuring Effectiveness of Communication

In evaluating our communication, the first component is subjective; did you communicate what you hoped to communicate? On the other side, you must ask, are those that I'm communicating to receiving the message? And externally, are you getting the intended results from the communication? In this clip, Dr. Cloud walks us through how to evaluate our communication so that we may course correct as needed.

How to Deliver Bad News

Bad news falls into a soil, so you must start by asking where it's going to land. Ideally, in the soil there is a lot of trust and belief in your leadership which is something to keep in mind as you're building your culture. When people hear bad news, they need to leave with a clear understanding of the truth, but also a hope that is greater than the bad news itself. Listen as Dr. Cloud walks leaders through how to deliver bad news in a way that leads to cohesiveness and forward progress.

Impact of Increased Electronic Communication

Electronic communication comes with pros and cons. One of the most clear downsides of electronic communication is the inherent lack of boundaries due to the nonstop access it allows. But perhaps the biggest resulting problem is distraction and lack of focus; it's essential that leaders put boundaries in place in order to stay present and handle the onslaught of communications. In this video, Dr. Cloud teaches us how to manage the impact of increased electronic communication.

Communication Through Middle Management

Effective communication requires the appropriate dosage of the message so that the listeners are able to metabolize it. As a leader, your organization needs to hear from you, but that message must also be communicated by your generals on the front lines. That requires that your voice be delegated to middle management through systems that ensure clarity so that the message is not lost in translation. Watch for more wisdom about how to communicate effectively in a layered organization.

The Role of Affirmation

Affirmation is essential because when people feel something positive, it facilitates connection. Neurologically, the brain needs to hear five to seven positive comments in order to metabolize one piece of negative feedback. And in addition to general affirmation, your people must hear specific praise from you in order to feel understood. Click play to learn more about the role of affirmation.

Mistakes in Communication

One of the worst mistakes you can make in communication is predictability that indicates a lack of connection between the leader and the team. There is no substitute for genuineness in communication because people can spot smoke a mile away. People must also understand how the message is relevant to them in order to fully engage. In this video, Dr. Cloud explores these and other common mistakes made in communication.

Communicating During Times of Change

When you are in a season or organization of constant change, your messaging must communicate that as a norm. If you can reach that point, change will no longer feel disruptive but simply the force that's taking you from point A to point B. The leader's role is to help the team find their bearings along the way. Listen to grow in how to communicate during times of change.

Balancing Transparency Against Oversharing

Confusion about this concept often leads to vacuums of communication in which people fill in their own blanks because a leader was not appropriately transparent. Leaders must ask themselves what someone really needs to know in order for them to take the next step. Discernment is required to share appropriately; people ultimately want to know if they are being deceived. Watch as Dr. Cloud shares about how to utilize transparency to build connection and trust.

Symptoms of Poor Communication

A common symptom of poor communication is triangulation in which someone who has an issue with another does not go to them directly. When poor delivery is at play, people are torn down instead of built up. Divisiveness is another clear indicator that something has gone awry in communication. Listen to learn more about how leaders can spot poor communication and adjust.
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1. Improving Listening Skills 4 MINS
2. Traits of an Effective ... 5 MINS
3. Topics for Regular Team ... 3 MINS
4. Measuring Effectiveness of ... 4 MINS
5. How to Deliver Bad News 4 MINS
6. Impact of Increased Electronic ... 4 MINS
7. Communication Through Middle ... 3 MINS
8. The Role of Affirmation 3 MINS
9. Mistakes in Communication 3 MINS
10. Communicating During Times of ... 3 MINS
11. Balancing Transparency Against ... 3 MINS
12. Symptoms of Poor Communication 3 MINS
Henry Cloud
***This series is a limited special release and will only be available on RightNow Media @ Work through April 1, 2020***

Trust, in its many forms, is a crucial component of effective leadership. We put this to the test on the Autobahn, the German highway without speed limits. We will explore what elements need to be in place in order for you to trust those you work with and have them feel confident placing their trust in you. Join Dr. Henry Cloud as he travels to the Autobahn in Germany and focuses on this critical aspect of leadership.

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1. Establishing Trust 1 MIN
2. Investment 4 MINS
3. Connecting 3 MINS
4. Motivation 4 MINS
5. Ability 3 MINS
6. Character 3 MINS
7. Track Record 4 MINS
8. Outro 1 MIN
Before Peter preached to Jerusalem, before Paul put pen to papyrus, before John proclaimed the Second Coming, their lives changed with a few words: follow me. It’s no different today. Before there were sermons to plan, budgets to balance, or potlucks to organize, Jesus called us to follow.

The Christian life is first and foremost an act of following. Discipleship begins with shouldering the cross of Christ and settling into his footsteps. After all, it’s his church, it’s his mission, and it’s his Way we walk. Let’s shoulder only the burden he’s placed on us and find—in him—rest.

The RightNow Conference is for pastors and ministry leaders looking for refreshment and a chance to grow in their faith. Experience our main lineup of speakers who will challenge you to grow in your relationship with God, to lead your team well, and to reach the world. For more information on the speakers or sessions, download the full conference program below.

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1. Gospel Metaphors As A Ministry ... 40 MINS
2. The Precious Pearl of Patience 39 MINS
3. Soul Care for Pastors 47 MINS
4. With-ness 44 MINS
5. Survival Skills 40 MINS
6. When the Wilderness is His Will 41 MINS
7. Follow in His Footsteps 31 MINS
8. Greatest Threat to Your ... 31 MINS
9. Bottles and Bags 37 MINS
10. The War in Our Minds 37 MINS
11. Leadership and Repentance 31 MINS
12. Get Up and Live In God's Great ... 31 MINS
13. Ministering to Millennials ... 1 HR 1 MIN
14. How to Die (Breakout) 52 MINS
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Our world is full of hurting people who struggle with a range of emotional issues, such as anxiety, loneliness, and depression. We also contend with relational struggles, professional disappointments, and identity issues. Often people have been struggling with those problems for years. 

In A Healing Body, psychologist Dr. Henry Cloud teaches that there are biblical solutions to help work through these issues and find healing on the other side. Scriptural principles of grace, forgiveness, and sound wisdom promote wholeness, giving struggling individuals hope for healing.
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1. Grace and Truth 11 MINS
2. Bonding to Others 11 MINS
3. Separating from Others 11 MINS
4. Sorting Out Good and Bad 10 MINS
5. Becoming an Adult 9 MINS
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With churches full of hurting people, pastors spend a lot of time helping others get better. They counsel and comfort those struggling with a range of emotional problems, such as anxiety, loneliness, and depression. But often our pastoral leaders do not spend time on helping themselves heal, and wounded leaders are hindered from effective ministry.

In this five-session study, psychologist Dr. Henry Cloud shows how spiritual growth and formation can lead to healing clinical issues, relational struggles, and professional discouragement. Why should pastors dedicate time and energy to their own healing? Because leaders who are healed can better lead churches that heal.
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1. Intro 3 MINS
2. Grace and Truth 12 MINS
3. Bonding to Others 12 MINS
4. Separating from Others 11 MINS
5. Sorting Out Good and Bad 11 MINS
6. Becoming an Adult 11 MINS
Building a church community can be a difficult task. Building a sustainable church community is even more difficult. Join Dr. Henry Cloud as he will explain what it takes to build a church community by providing you with the tools to succeed.
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1. Spiritual Growth in ... 4 MINS
2. Why Relationships Are Critical 3 MINS
3. Four Categories of ... 4 MINS
4. Corner Four Relationships 4 MINS
5. Getting Fueled 4 MINS
6. Freedom & Responsibility in ... 3 MINS
7. Balancing Forgiveness & Grace ... 3 MINS
8. Achieving Biblical Community 4 MINS
The path of spiritual growth is different for everybody. Some people have been on the journey for many years, while others are brand new to the faith and just beginning their journey. Join Dr. Henry Cloud as he gives you the tools to better equip you regardless of where you find yourself on that journey.
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1. The Bible 5 MINS
2. Suffering & Grief 5 MINS
3. Becoming a Righteous Person 3 MINS
4. Discipline 4 MINS
5. Spiritual Poverty 4 MINS
6. Obedience 4 MINS
7. Sin & Temptation 6 MINS
8. How Truth Deepens Growth 3 MINS
9. The Importance of Activity 5 MINS
10. Time 5 MINS
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Stress is a constant for many people today. There are so many things vying for our time, making it easy to fall victim to stress. Join Dr. Henry Cloud as he speaks on some of the greatest contributors to stress and also how address stress.
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1. Relationships 6 MINS
2. Who Has Control? 5 MINS
3. What is Stressing You Out? 6 MINS
4. Focus of Attention 5 MINS
5. Get Some 5 MINS
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Based on his book, Changes That Heal, join Dr. Henry Cloud as he walks you through many different areas of struggle and the ways in which we can make positive strides to better ourselves when faced with various struggles and issues life chooses to throw our way.
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1. Grace & Truth 5 MINS
2. Emotional & Spiritual Problems 6 MINS
3. Bonding 4 MINS
4. Learning to Bond 5 MINS
5. Separating From Others 5 MINS
6. Boundaries in Ministry 6 MINS
7. Sorting Out Good & Bad 8 MINS
8. Accepting Good & Bad 7 MINS
9. Owning Our Authority 5 MINS
10. Becoming Mature Adults 6 MINS
11. Handling Those Dealing with ... 5 MINS
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Conflict is something that everyone will encounter. Many will encounter conflict daily, whether at work, at home, on vacation or . . . church. Join Dr. Henry Cloud as he discusses this tough topic that many people do not like to face.
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1. Sins of One's Spouse 3 MINS
2. Immaturity or Brokenness of One ... 2 MINS
3. Hurt Feelings That Are No One's ... 2 MINS
4. Conflicting Desires 5 MINS
5. Desires of One vs. Needs of ... 3 MINS
6. Known vs. Unknown Problems 4 MINS
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Dr. Henry Cloud uses these short videos that are scripturally-based to address marriage.
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1. Trust in Marriage 8 MINS
2. Boundaries in Marriage: ... 4 MINS
3. Laws of Sowing and Reaping 4 MINS
4. Law of Responsibility 5 MINS
5. Law of Power 2 MINS
6. Law of Respect 4 MINS
7. Law of Motivation 5 MINS
8. Law of Evaluation 4 MINS
9. Law of Proactivity 3 MINS
10. Law of Envy 3 MINS
11. Law of Activity 3 MINS
12. Law of Exposure 2 MINS
13. Boundaries for Yourself 2 MINS
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Dr. Henry Cloud uses these short videos that are scripturally-based to address marriage. This series is incredibly rich with principles, values and advice to ensure your marriage flourishes.
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1. Love of God 3 MINS
2. Love of Spouse 3 MINS
3. Honesty 2 MINS
4. Faithfulness 2 MINS
5. Compassion and Forgiveness 3 MINS
6. Holiness 2 MINS
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Dr. Henry Cloud uses these short videos that are scripturally-based to address mental health issues by providing practical and helpful advice.
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1. Dealing with Depression 4 MINS
2. When a Loved One is Battling ... 3 MINS
3. Role of the Church in Dealing ... 5 MINS
4. Role of Local Church Staff in ... 3 MINS
5. Should the Church Have ... 4 MINS
6. Role of Christian Business ... 4 MINS
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Dr. Henry Cloud uses these short videos that are scripturally-based to address the impact of pornography and how to handle this pervasive problem.
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1. How Pornography Damages 4 MINS
2. How do Church Leaders Deal with ... 5 MINS
3. Best Practices for Dealing with ... 4 MINS
4. Churchwide Accountability 6 MINS
5. Steps of Godly Healing 4 MINS
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Dr. Henry Cloud uses these short videos that are scripturally-based to address divorce.
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1. Walking Through Divorce with ... 4 MINS
2. The Church's Response 3 MINS
3. Helping Children 2 MINS
4. Children's Spiritual Success 3 MINS
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