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A short 40-minute ride on the S8 Bahn out of Munich gets you to Seefeld-Hechendorf, gateway to the Benedictine monastery in Andechs that has been brewing beer for over 500 years. The landscapes were gorgeous on the ride. (Just don’t … Continued


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Munich was founded in 1158, when the Duke built a bridge across the Isar next to a settlement of Benedictine monks along he Old Salt Route. After going faster than I’ve ever gone on land, we arrived in Munich. Our … Continued

4 Thoughts for Leaders

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1. Leaders in congregations and congregations themselves can be understood as: Growing (innovating, deepening faith, high learning) Out of Breath (cautious, tired, over-functioning, low learning) Stalled (already know enough, not learning) New (passionate, want to make a difference, low experience and skills, volunteering in other nonprofits) Where … Continued

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