How do you lead in crises?

Here are four leadership lessons I learned from hurricane Harvey.
  Mike Bonem

What types of stories does God write?

Do the stories God writes always have a purpose?
 

Welcome to Biblical Leadership!

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

Responding to headlines about white supremacy

Here are five biblical principles to consider as you discuss this controversy.
  Bob Russell

What it looks like to be too generous

In my line of work, I've met people who were TOO generous. Yes, it’s possible.
  Margaret Marcuson

What do people say about your leadership?

Asking for feedback isn't easy, but realizing how others perceive you is a valuable tool.
  Phil Wood

9 ways to lead through decisions

Here are some suggestions which many churches have found to be conducive to good, God-honoring decision-making.
  Brian Thorstad

3 reasons to kick Robert's Rules out of your church

I’m not talking about a person in your church, but the book, Robert’s Rules of Order.
  Brian Thorstad

Should I perform my niece’s wedding—she and her fiancé are living together?

As the culture continues to turn away from biblical morality, having certain policies about marriage ceremonies are often considered extreme, legalistic, judgmental, and worse.
  Bob Russell

8 signs your church may be closing soon

We call it the death spiral. By the time I am contacted about a serious problem in a church, it is often too late.
  Thom Rainer

What do we do with painful stories?

“Sometimes the story God writes is not fun," says Jeff Vines. How do we continue to let God write our story when life hurts?
 

If Jesus were your pastor

If Jesus were a new pastor candidate, many congregations might hesitate hiring Him.
  Jim Farrer

2 more perils of the internal candidate

This may not solve all of our internal candidacy problems, but God will be glorified if it prevents some of them.
  Brian Thorstad

Western Christian cultural entitlement

What if our pluralism and the hostility to all things Christian was exactly what God wants for Christians?
  Dave Blundell

Do you have a “no-man” on your team?

Can you pinpoint the tactical leader on your team? Dr. Bob Whitesel discusses how this type of leader results in a more balanced team.
  Bob Whitesel

I call it heresy

What is this heresy and what can we do about it?
  John B. MacDonald

7 ways to deal with gnats in ministry

All who serve in vocational ministry know about gnats. They come with the call.
  Thom Rainer

We trust that graduates learn one lesson: life has consequences

There’s an adage, often used in statecraft that actions have consequences. This is what happened to a pregnant 18-year-old girl, in Hagerstown, Md.
  Ronald Keener

3 perils of modern leadership

Leadership is an interdependent mixture of intuition, experience, and inspiration. When it comes to modern leadership, here are some obstacles that get in the way.
  Bob Whitesel

4 ways to excel

When it comes to excelling in ministry and life, keep these in mind.
  Jeff Klick

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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)
Jim Farrer

A broadly-trained church consultant, Jim Farrer is the founder of Vital Signs Church Consulting and ...

Charles Stone

Dr. Charles Stone is Lead Pastor at West Park Church (London, Ontario) and founder of ...