Tasks versus people: which should I choose?

I am deeply committed to people, but I can also be deeply obsessed with accomplishing my agenda.
  Roy Yanke

5 habits worth cultivating

Here are five habits that can make ministry more joyful and less stressful.
  Margaret Marcuson

The challenges of good writing

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

3 tips for transformational training

Training can often reinforce, but it is a hard tool for transforming people.
  Phil Wood

What's your life plan?

My greatest significance is in helping others discover why God created them and how they can honor him and serve others.
  David Bowman

3 things you’re probably doing wrong with your evening

I often hear about what successful leaders do with their mornings. What I don’t often hear is what those same leaders do with their evenings.
  Ryan Sanders

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.
  Ken Walker

Are your goals harmful to your health?

Focusing on these health areas in the right order makes a difference.
  Matthew Fretwell

Are you taking conflict too seriously?

Do you spend a lot of time and energy worrying about what to do? Seriousness is a sign of anxiety, and makes it harder for us to think creatively.
  Margaret Marcuson

How to focus and simplify your workload

If you're anything like me, you get more requests to do things than you can possibly honor.
  Gerry Lewis

Welcome to Biblical Leadership!

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

Self-published books need a professional edit

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

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

6 tips to writing the perfect job description

Once you define the culture, you need to do something that will attract them. The job description will give you a tool to do just that.
  Fred Noble

4 steps to avoid becoming a slave to your technology

I can spend an entire day being completely unproductive while working with productivity tools. Do you see the problem? Can you relate?
  Gerry Lewis

6 steps to better thinking

Thinking is one of those things we take for granted. Everyone does it, right? That’s true, but not everyone does it well.
  Tony Llewellyn

Serial comma is preferable for clarity

You can tell you are in the presence of grammar nerds when the phrase “Oxford comma” can touch off long-winded discussions.
  Ken Walker

Is your leadership relevant or irrelevant?

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

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.
  Ronald Keener

Warming up for leadership

Do you need to do some “stretching” before you lead? It might save you from being sidelined with some troubling injuries.
  Mike Bonem

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Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.
Romans 12:2 (NIV)
Ben Marshall

Ben Marshall is a Pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Holland, Michigan. He oversees youth ...

Mike Mack

Smallgroupologist Michael Mack believes life change happens best in groups because he has experienced it ...