Choosing to be different in the workplace

Would I compromise my convictions in order to be received into the group?
  Jeff Klick

What I must change

This list is neither complete nor exhaustive. God is still working on me.
  Thom Rainer

How to differentiate yourself as a servant-leader

You won’t find it in most business classes or leadership books. Or hear about it around most boardrooms or breakrooms.
  Mark Deterding

The truth about time management

There’s a hoax being perpetuated that time management is essentially about technique.
  Margaret Marcuson

Who will you follow?

Even more important than your following will be the leader you choose to exemplify.
  Phillip Foster

4 ways to build leadership transparency

Without trust, leadership suffers. However, when a staff, customers or congregation trust their leaders, good things happen.
  Charles Stone

Understanding my narcissistic boss

If you have come to the conclusion that your boss is selfish, mean-spirited, lacking in basic social graces, and only interested in his own success, you are definitely not alone.
  Andy Zawacki

Can leadership be learned?

Is leadership something we’re born with, or is it something we learn?
  Ed Stetzer

How changing attitudes can increase evangelism

When push comes to shove, the church leadership will tell you, “I want the church to change how they behave in the matter of…”
  Bud Brown

What every leader can learn from Jesus

I believe that there are five essential leadership lessons every leader could learn from Jesus.
  Ken Gosnell

The most important reason why we work

We must live in such a way that those who don’t know God recognize something different.
  Jonathan Hayashi

Discover hidden opportunities

Life happens and what you see depends on your perspective.
  Wayne Cordeiro

Don’t pray so often

How does your prayer life align with your actions?
  D Eric Schansberg

What leaders can learn from the Parable of the Talents

I want to take a look at this piece of scripture in a different light. One that leaders can learn how to lead better.
  Joseph Lalonde

Book review: The Daniel Dilemma

Pastor Chris Hodges helps us all in capturing the full intent of the book of Daniel in his own new book, The Daniel Dilemma: How to Stand Firm & Love Well in a Culture of Compromise
  Ronald Keener

How to keep the mission in the middle

I work in a church, so talking about faith in the workplace seems irrelevant. But is it?
  Ben Marshall

How to find (and keep) your joy in ministry

If your joy in ministry depends on everything going your way, you’ll be miserable for much of your ministry.
  Rick Warren

Book review: Hit the Bullseye

Paul Borden’s Hit the Bullseye: How Denominations Can Aim the Congregation at the Mission Field, is even more timely now than when the author penned it.
  Brian Thorstad

Key principles for understanding multi-cultural churches

To help our churches grow in the most ways possible, it helps to understand how we can journey toward reconciliation.
  Bob Whitesel

Why pain precedes change

Here are reasons great pain often precedes restoration.
  Bud Brown

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Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.
Romans 12:2 (NIV)
Ben Marshall

Ben Marshall is a Pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Holland, Michigan. He oversees youth ...

Mike Mack

Smallgroupologist Michael Mack believes life change happens best in groups because he has experienced it ...