5 principles for making your church a haven

Here are five principles to focus your church on reflecting God’s love and reaching those who are hurting and longing for security.
  Bob Whitesel

Book review: The Unstuck Church

Tony Morgan’s book, The Unstuck Church: Equipping Churches to Experience Sustained Health is a tremendous tool for ministry leaders.
  Brian Thorstad

Flip the script from consumerism to discipleship

How can we plant so many seeds of consumerism and expect the fruits of discipleship?
  D Eric Schansberg

When to break the rules

Do unnecessary rules keep you from leading well?
  Mike Bonem

Helping young leaders transition

After College: Navigating Transitions, Relationships and Faith, by Erica Reitz, will guide the next generation from the university and into the marketplace.
  Ronald Keener

Setting your course for a new season

Here are two things that need to be in place to set a course for a new season.
  Wayne Cordeiro

When does honesty become a liability?

Every day, we read about misstatements, miscues, errors in judgment, lack of candor, misinterpretations, white lies, exaggerations and spin.
  Bruce Zoeller

How exercise shapes my spiritual health

Here are three things I do to stay physically healthy and in turn spiritually stronger.
  Ben Marshall

Why some pastors are better leaders than others

Here’s my take on the four basic principles pastors can utilize to step up their leadership game.
  Margaret Marcuson

Taking care of your soul

The past few months, God has instructed my heart to slow down. Here is what I have learned on this journey.
  Kim Niles

Refusing to limit growth

Though we are often oblivious when we become “stuck” in our personal growth, the evidence is compelling.
  Richard Blackaby

Have you settled?

Are there areas where you have settled? How does it impact growth? Charlotte Gambill, Pastor of Life Church UK, alongside her husband Steve, encourages leaders to examine what they're building.
 

Book review: Through Colored Glasses

Through Colored Glasses: How Great Leaders Reveal Reality by Tom Harper provides a leadership fable full of characters each of us have seen in real-life individuals and a story we can relate to.
  David Bowman

The importance of love in leadership

Typically the words “leadership” and “love” are not found in the same sentence unless someone tells you “they love to do leadership.”
  Brian Thorstad

5 questions to ask when church members leave

I still have painful memories about the first time I experienced losing church members as a pastor.
  Thom Rainer

Do you desire to be rich?

Is the aspiration to be rich against biblical teaching?
  Robert Netzly

An ethics quiz for business leaders

What do you do with these issues?
  Greg Leith

The importance of renewing your mind

Does this truth apply to leadership along with the layperson? I believe so.
  Joseph Lalonde

Book review: Building the Body

In Building the Body: 12 Characteristics of a Fit Church, Gary L. MacIntosh and Phil Stevenson identify characteristics that distinguish fit churches from the merely healthy.
  Bud Brown

Learning leadership from Winston Churchill

There is much to learn from how this man approached leading through tough times.
  Margaret Marcuson

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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 ...