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.

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.

7 tips for introducing new ideas

Most attempts to introduce a new idea will not start the church on a new life-cycle, but rather split it into two smaller groups of which neither will survive.

How to create an inviting small group

Consider these 10 tips on how to improve your groups.

Why churches need blue-ocean strategies

Being strategic has to do with your audience. What is your strategy and who does it involve?

What types of stories does God write?

Do the stories God writes always have a purpose?


Book review: Pastor Unique

This book, Pastor Unique: Becoming a Turnaround Leader, is a roadmap for real change.

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.

Self-published books need a professional edit

Consulting with professional advice first, could save you time and money.

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.

Defining the new role of the Baby-Boomer leader

If Baby-Boomer leaders hold the baton of leadership too tightly or too long, the whole team will fall behind.

6 insights about “Nones” and “Dones”

Is this a new trend? How have things changed?

Is your leadership relevant or irrelevant?

Discover these ways to be relevant and irrelevant in your leadership. Where do you land?

Calling Steve Jobs: “I can’t figure out this smartphone”

You have to admit that the smartphone you carry everywhere affects mind and body as well as moral and ethical considerations of us all.

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