Maybe God is calling you to be a small-church pastor

Karl Vaters begins his new book, Small Church Essentials with three facts that may change your perspective on small-church pastoring.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: A Prophet with Honor (The Billy Graham Story)

There is an emptiness in life without Billy Graham. So long as he lived, there was a feeling that all might still be right with the world.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: Stronger Than the Struggle

In leadership, if we're not aware what is going on around us, then we won't be able to lead effectively.
  Ben Marshall

Book review: Embracing Followership

Allen Hamlin Jr’s book Embracing Followership: How to Thrive in a Leader-Centric Culture is a fascinating look at the unique nature of followership and its relation to leadership.
  Mark Lenz

A new opportunity for senior leadership

If you're a senior pastor who is uncertain about your future, consider your impact through interim ministry.
  Brian Thorstad

Book review: The Ideal Team Player

Humble. Hungry [passionate, committed, diligent]. And [people] smart. Does this characterize your leadership?
  Allen Hamlin

Book review: Creating Great Choices

Problems are meant to be solved—creatively, collaboratively and successfully.
  Matthew Fretwell

Are you looking at leadership through rose-colored glasses?

Check your perspective and learn from this leadership fable, Through Colored Glasses, by Tom Harper, to become a more effective leader.
  Charles Stone

Book review: The Master Coach

While I am not that far removed from the business world to be unaware of the term, “coaching,” I have not purposefully participated in the process. At least, I didn’t think so until I read the book!
  Jeff Klick

Book review: Through Colored Glasses

A review of Through Colored Glasses: How Great Leaders Reveal Reality—A Biblical Leadership Fable and interview with the author, Tom Harper, about how you can become a better leader.
  Joseph Lalonde

Book review: The Genius of One

Discover more about Jesus' final prayers in Greg Holder's book, The Genius of One: God’s Answer for Our Fractured World.
  Mike Bonem

Book review: #GOSPEL

Refreshing is the word that comes to mind when I consider the content of #GOSPEL: Life, Hope, and Truth for Generation Now by Daniel Rice.
  Ben Marshall

Book review: The Joseph Calling

Looking for purpose? Discover how God leads and guides through Os Hillman's book, The Joseph Calling: 6 Stages to Discover, Navigate, and Fulfill Your Purpose.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: Barking Up the Wrong Tree

Don’t think for a second that Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success is (Mostly) Wrong, by Eric Barker is a dry or pithy textbook regurgitating formulas of success. Far from it!
  Richard Frazer

Book review: Working With Emotional Intelligence

As biblical leaders, we shouldn’t need this book, Working With Emotional Intelligence, by Daniel Goleman, but we do.
  Brian Thorstad

Book review: The Joy of Following Jesus

Embrace these biblical leadership principles from Oswald Sanders' book, The Joy of Following Jesus.
  Richard Blackaby

Book review: Forward

Forward: 7 Distinguishing Marks for Future Leaders, by Ronnie W. Floyd, is a cheery sketch of a gifted pastor’s judgment about the future of pastoral leadership in the context of a rapidly culture and crusty tribalism within the church and without.
  Bud Brown

Book review: I Once Was Lost

Delightful. That’s my one-word review of the book by Presbyterian pastor Don Everts and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship coordinator, Doug Schaupp (IVP Books).
  Brian Thorstad

Book review: Trust Factor

How important is trust for your church or organization?
  Mike Bonem

Book review: How to become a multicultural church

There is a difference in moving a church more fully into a multicultural membership and ministry, as compared to, say, advancing an already racially and culturally integrated congregation.
  Ronald Keener

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Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.
Philippians 4:8 (NIV)
Mike Mowery

Dr. Mike Mowery is the President of Servant Leadership Implementation for SGR, a leadership development ...

Kris Eldridge

Kris Eldridge lives in Chicago and is the Community Impact Pastor at Christ Community Church ...