Have you positioned yourself for God’s call to more?

The most important position for hearing and understanding God is a prayer position.
  Rob Streetman

King Jehoshaphat & 3 examples of godly leadership

Consider this the next time you’re making decisions as a leader.
  Matthew Fretwell

Book review: Fervent — A Woman's Battle Plan to Serious, Specific and Strategic Prayer

This book is sure to enrich your prayer life.
  Kim Niles

Revitalizing your church: 5 crucial steps to changing DNA

How do you implement intentional change?
  Matthew Fretwell

What makes you think God will bless what you are doing?

Sometimes our focus is mistakenly doing it on our own and then praying for success.
  Phillip Foster

Planning: a revitalization faith-walk

Church leaders sometimes have an aversion to planning.
  Jim Barber

What does aggressive ministry look like?

I’m a conflict-avoiding, noncompetitive type who struggles to relate to the warrior imagery that frequently appears in Scripture.
  Allen Hamlin

We’re praying for revival, but we need this instead …

How do we live within culture, and yet counter-cultural?
  Matthew Fretwell

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

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

Building on a strong foundation

It can be said that foundations are doubly important for workplace leaders.
  Rob Streetman

Tips for guest worship leaders

Do such a good job that you will be asked back and give God the glory.
  Greg Atkinson

3 great helps for proclaiming the gospel in a hostile culture

Needless to say, believers are commanded to proclaim the gospel.
  Matthew Fretwell

Pursuing a healthy paradigm

Workplace leaders operate out of their paradigms.
  Rob Streetman

The Great Commandment as a motive for evangelism

I personally believe that the greatest implication of the gospel on one’s life should be a focus on the Great Commandment.
  Kris Eldridge

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.
  Mark Lenz

3 essential ingredients for life

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

4 potent prayers to invigorate evangelism

These four, simple prayers will help solve a pastor’s most enduring and most important problem.
  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?
  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.
  Dr. Pamela Ovwigho

Prioritizing pastoral roles

Which roles come naturally to you?
  Jim Farrer

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Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.
1 John 3:18 (NIV)
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