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.
December 12, 2017   Ronald Keener

Book review: The Ideal Team Player

This book is a great resource for any church or organization that is seeking to build healthy teams.
December 06, 2017   Mike Bonem

Working with teens is “the roller coaster ride of your life”

Family expert Jim Burns, president of HomeWord and senior director of the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family at Azusa Pacific University, has authored a handy guide for parenting teens.
November 28, 2017   Ronald Keener

Book review: Leadership and Self-Deception

A review of the Arbinger Institute’s Leadership and Self-Deception book.
November 24, 2017   Mike Bonem

Book review: Who broke my church?

This question is asked by author Kent. R. Hunter, in his new book, that discusses seven proven strategies for renewal and revival.
November 21, 2017   Ronald Keener

Book review: Using Technology for Your Church

Are you struggling with technology in your church? Do you want to learn how to use some new outlets for your message?
November 15, 2017   Margaret Marcuson

Book review: A Spectacle of Glory

This daily devotional will encourage and challenge your relationship with God.
November 07, 2017   Kim Niles

Book review: “Neglect is a deadly form of abuse” in the church

Wounded in the Church, by Ray Beeson and Chris Hayward, is a resource that should be on every pastor's shelf.
October 21, 2017   Ronald Keener

Book review: The Ideal Team Player

As a leader desiring to be guided by biblical principles, The Ideal Team Player is attractive for many settings.
October 12, 2017   Phil Wood

Book review: The Power of Proximity

Awareness isn’t enough—become proximate.
October 09, 2017   Ronald Keener

Book review: God Breathed, by Josh McDowell

Need a little inspiration? God Breathed is a refreshing reminder of the reliability and power of the Word.
October 01, 2017   Tom Harper

How to create a thriving team

Yes, with coaching, your team can likely accomplish significant goals you never imagined possible.
September 19, 2017   Ronald Keener

Why churches need blue-ocean strategies

Being strategic has to do with your audience. What is your strategy and who does it involve?
September 18, 2017   Bob Whitesel

Book review: Pastor Unique

This book, Pastor Unique: Becoming a Turnaround Leader, is a roadmap for real change.
September 15, 2017   Brian Thorstad

Welcome to Biblical Leadership!

This new "megablog" site is for Christian leaders who want to learn and apply biblical principles.
September 11, 2017   Tom Harper

How to support families dealing with dementia

Christians need to understand dementia, long before it strikes.
September 05, 2017   Ronald Keener

Book review: Sticky Leaders

If you’re a church leader wanting to maximize the kingdom-impact of your church in today’s rapidly changing culture, Sticky Leaders is a must-read.
August 12, 2017   Mark Lenz

Book review: Sticky Leaders

Reviewing Sticky Leaders, by Pastor Larry Osborne was a joy because the insights in this book are inspiring, important, and easy to understand. As a church consultant, I’ve read many wonderful books on church leadership, and Sticky Leaders does not disappoint. I highly recommend you read it. Here are four ...
July 28, 2017  

Serial comma is preferable for clarity

You can tell you are in the presence of grammar nerds when the phrase “Oxford comma” can touch off long-winded discussions.
July 28, 2017   Ken Walker

Book review: The Map Maker

This book will encourage, equip, transform and edify all who read it.
July 20, 2017   Kim Niles

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Recognizing changing seasons of leadership
Could the seasons have changed in your leadership career without you noticing?
8 signs you may be an anxious leader
When a leader leads as an anxious leader, he stifles his leadership effectiveness. So, what ...
And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ.
Philippians 1:9-10 (ESV)
Bud Brown

An experienced ministry leader, writer and educator, Bud Brown is co-founder of Turnaround Pastors and ...

Greg Atkinson

Greg Atkinson is the Founder of Worship Impressions and Executive Director of ExPastors.com. Greg ...