How to use this communication style to increase results

Jesus had a specific way he communicated. This method evoked the deepest change in the people he met.

4 ways this extraordinary leader built his network

Consider these places Jesus focused on when finding new prospects.

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.

5 ways to steward your words

As a biblical leader, it’s important to steward wisely your words as they have a ripple effect greater than you can imagine.

10 critical trends for churches in 2018

As we begin 2018, I have never seen local congregations at such a critical juncture. Amid the waves of these seas of negativity exist mercy drops of hope and possibilities.

Ways leaders can capture readers' attention

This was one of the first lessons I learned to reach my audience.

How to encourage deep relationships

Spiritually edifying conversations are desperately needed today. Here are tips to promote those types of interactions.

4 most common reasons that get pastors fired

Pastors and other church leaders: Please heed the words in this article and don’t do stupid.

The challenges of good writing

Looking to publish your leadership expertise? Here are three tips to help in the process.

5 ways to know if your book is ready for editing

Too many first-time authors think their job is done once they have put forth the effort to get words on paper (or screen). However, that’s only the beginning.

Is your church guilty of infobesity?

How do you handle communication overload?

How do you converse on social media?

Conversing via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter isn’t easy when there is an onslaught of opinions and perspectives.




Welcome to Biblical Leadership!

This new "megablog" site is for Christian leaders who want to learn and apply biblical principles.

21 unforgettable leadership quotes

A bit of inspiration from top-notch leaders from the realms of business, church, activism, media and government.

Where are the forgotten half of emerging adults?

While many churches do not understand how to change this religious decline, other churches do not even see this generational neglect as a problem.

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