3 unmet needs that could guide your ministry

Here is the way needs of spiritual seekers are best understood.
February 29, 2016   Bob Whitesel

More reasons to let your pastor lead

Here are two more reasons to let your pastor be the one who makes big, important proposals for big, important changes.
February 23, 2016   Brian Thorstad

Personal evangelism: from “how to” to “want to”

My school-age son knows what evangelism is all about.
February 22, 2016   Kris Eldridge

Are you saying these 7 important things about money to your church?

Even though I was uncomfortable, I learned this was an important task of pastoral leadership.
February 18, 2016   Margaret Marcuson

10 conversation starters to promote unity

It became clear that if the church is to minister effectively to an increasingly diversified, polarized nation, it will require authentic and deliberate conversations.
February 16, 2016   Parnell Lovelace, Jr.

Discover how core competencies will empower your mission and vision

Why do so many lay leaders roll their eyes when a new pastor wants to re-edit the mission and vision statement?
February 15, 2016   Bob Whitesel

3 essential ingredients for life

Our lives should be a healthy mixture of doctrine, experience, and practice.
February 12, 2016   Jeff Klick

Writing and the art of rest

It took me a long time to learn to avoid setting impossible schedules for myself.
February 10, 2016   Ken Walker

Trading your comfort zone for your sweet spot

But where, exactly, are we supposed to go when we leave our comfort zone?
February 09, 2016   Gerry Lewis

7 lessons from Peyton Manning for church leaders

As leaders, here's what we can learn from this famous athlete.
February 05, 2016   Greg Atkinson

Senior pastors are workplace leaders too

There seems to be a self-imposed separation between church leadership and leaders in other areas of society.
February 03, 2016   Rob Streetman

4 potent prayers to invigorate evangelism

These four, simple prayers will help solve a pastor’s most enduring and most important problem.
February 03, 2016   Bud Brown

You are invited!

What would it be like if we loved the Lord with a whole heart, an honest heart, one that was open to God and not willing to hold anything back?
January 30, 2016   Phillip Foster

4 strategies to free your congregants from the worry trap

In church surveys, worry ranks first among women and second among men as their most common struggle.
January 29, 2016   Dr. Pamela Ovwigho

4 traps of ingrown churches

Slowly over time most churches grow primarily inward in their focus, rather than focusing outward to meet the needs of those outside the church.
January 28, 2016   Bob Whitesel

7 traits of churches with increasing per-member giving

The important question for congregations to consider is—what is the average giving by each member?
January 28, 2016   Thom Rainer

7 reasons why church people criticize pastors

If you serve in a church, criticism comes with the territory.
January 25, 2016   Charles Stone

Why every pastor needs a therapist

A pastor must be very wise in choosing a confidant.
January 23, 2016   Mark Lenz

How Gen X could save the church

We can save the church. But what does that really mean?
January 21, 2016   Dr. Boyd

Prioritizing pastoral roles

Which roles come naturally to you?
January 19, 2016   Jim Farrer

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This means that anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person. The old life is gone; a new life has begun!
2 Corinthians 5:17 (NLT)
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