Exploring the newness people crave

People usually sense a need for change immediately prior to the point of spiritual transformation. If God intends spiritual reconnection to be a reaction to crises, then how do we help people in the midst of crisis?
April 17, 2017   Bob Whitesel

Key tips on leading a strategy team

How do we get from the church assessment to the implementation of a new church culture?
April 13, 2017   Jim Barber

Why every person in your church needs 7 friends

What do friendships have to do with church growth?
February 20, 2017  

Book review: The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership

This book directly ties leadership skills to the greatest commandment as explained by Jesus.
January 04, 2017   Jeff Klick

Accessibility for the poor: Veggies, protein, and the bread of life

If your church wants to welcome poor or working class families, you may want to consider providing meals with your classes and activities.
November 10, 2016   Elizabeth Drury

Revitalizing your church: 5 crucial steps to changing DNA

How do you implement intentional change?
June 01, 2016   Matthew Fretwell

Can ordinary pastors become turnaround pastors?

The short answer is a happy “Yes!”
May 17, 2016   Brian Thorstad

Delegating versus releasing authority: what's the difference?

I learned an important lesson about the difference between delegating tasks and releasing authority.
May 11, 2016   Mark Lenz

3 tactics to help you tackle ministry

To maintain a healthy balance between an inward and outward church focus is to tackle ministry needs.
May 03, 2016   Bob Whitesel

The Great Commission: moving from “casual” to “devoted” prayer

Most churches pray. But, not all are praying churches.
May 03, 2016   Kris Eldridge

3 keys to managing momentum in ministry

One of the most valuable forces in any organization is momentum.
April 27, 2016   Mark Lenz

Leadership re-examined

How can you be a better leader?
April 26, 2016   John B. MacDonald

5 excuses for church gossip

Everybody knows that gossip is wrong. Almost everybody knows that gossip is harmful.
April 23, 2016   Brian Thorstad

3 dynamics of multi-ethnic ministry

How do you create an environment where people from all walks of life actively participate?
April 22, 2016   Parnell Lovelace, Jr.

Restarting the conversation for long-range vision

When it comes to vision statements, many church leaders have lost interest.
April 19, 2016   Will Mancini

Stop talking about small group multiplication

Here's a better way to get your groups to reproduce.
April 10, 2016   Mike Mack

How to harness the power of chaos in your ministry

Effective structures provide the stability an organization needs to successfully implement its strategies.
April 07, 2016   Steve Lawson

What drives your motivation?

Pastoral ministry is a boiling cauldron of relentless deadlines, impossible demands, unreasonable expectations, and inadequate resources.
March 25, 2016   Bud Brown

7 more ways to raise a pastor’s performance potential

A turnaround situation demands extra energy to meet current needs and to also cultivate new members and assimilate them.
March 15, 2016   Jim Farrer

5 things to ruthlessly eliminate from your services

A key strategy in creating an amazing worship service is not what’s added, but what’s eliminated.
March 05, 2016   Mark Lenz

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Book review: #GOSPEL
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For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Romans 6:23 (ESV)
Tom Harper

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Andy Zawacki

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