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How to lead with confident humility

God will bring people and experiences into your life that will keep you humble.

Why it takes 5 to 7 years to become the pastor

You are ready to lead and move the church forward, but not without dealing with these obstacles.

Christianity is primarily about following the rules, right?

Today, it can be difficult to have a civilized conversation in such a hostile culture. How do you approach those who think differently than you?


5 signs you're not taking conflict seriously

In the most difficult church conflicts, the pastor and other key leaders must take a stand.

3 challenges to the traditional search committee

Re-thinking pastoral succession is not going to be easy.

Are your goals harmful to your health?

Focusing on these health areas in the right order makes a difference.

Is your church guilty of infobesity?

How do you handle communication overload?

10 tough pieces of advice you'll want to consider

The last thing pastors need is someone to offer them advice.

5 leadership lessons I learned from my dogs

When I reflect on my relationship with my dogs, here are five things I learned from them.

Creating vision for a new hire

I hope our next hire for pastor includes these character qualities.

Are you taking conflict too seriously?

Do you spend a lot of time and energy worrying about what to do? Seriousness is a sign of anxiety, and makes it harder for us to think creatively.

Check your motivation

Motivation is a big deal in the kingdom of God.

“Pastor” is a leadership title

It isn’t the pastor's whole of responsibility, but it is a mission critical component for any church that wants to revitalize and return to the place of effective evangelistic ministry in its community.

How do you lead in crises?

Here are four leadership lessons I learned from hurricane Harvey.

5 reasons for making disciples

Have you considered why you should make disciples?

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