A better way to create followers

My suspicion is that discipleship programs over the past 50 years must take some, if not much, of the blame for the malaise. They are useful, but not as comprehensive or powerful as intended.
December 08, 2017   John B. MacDonald

Can any leader be trusted?

How do we know who to believe and who not to believe? Sex abuse allegations highlight the need to restore biblical values.
December 05, 2017   Bob Russell

A fraternity brother's angle on grace

Has grace truly changed you? How does it impact your leadership?
December 03, 2017  

Does church leadership look different after 500 years?

We just celebrated the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. But what has been achieved?
November 25, 2017   D Eric Schansberg

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.
November 16, 2017   David Bowman

500-year-old principles that never get old

This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation of the church. Reviewing its foundations can bolster your church for its next era.
October 30, 2017   Jim Farrer

Bridging the gap between Millennials and the church

How do we respond when church isn't a priority for the Millennial generation?
October 27, 2017   Matthew Fretwell

How to know you're ready for more

Positioning ourselves properly before God is the necessary first phase in navigating God’s call to more.
October 25, 2017   Rob Streetman

Why I'm thankful for my anxiety disorder

Could something distressing actually make life better?
October 11, 2017  

How to create an inviting small group

Consider these 10 tips on how to improve your groups.
October 06, 2017   Brian Thorstad

Book review: God Breathed, by Josh McDowell

Need a little inspiration? God Breathed is a refreshing reminder of the reliability and power of the Word.
October 01, 2017   Tom Harper

Responding to the fears of natural disasters

Has nature gone crazy? Here are four responses to the chaos.
September 22, 2017   Jim Farrer

What types of stories does God write?

Do the stories God writes always have a purpose?
September 17, 2017  

Welcome to Biblical Leadership!

This new "megablog" site is for Christian leaders who want to learn and apply biblical principles.
September 11, 2017   Tom Harper

7 costs to being an evangelistic leader

Why has the topic of evangelism grown strangely quiet?
September 11, 2017   Thom Rainer

Is your dream dead? Resurrection may be in store

Do you have a dream that's losing traction? Seeking God's perspective on it can offer a renewed plan for the future.
September 08, 2017   Tom Harper

Finding results in the midst of frustration

Am I making an impact?
September 06, 2017   Jeff Klick

How do you determine right from wrong?

What was considered abhorrent a generation ago is now widely accepted.
August 27, 2017   Bob Russell

How to embrace grief and survive

Grieving is not something most people gravitate toward, but it is a powerful tool God uses.
August 26, 2017   Rob Streetman

Are you ready for heaven?

“You won’t survive. Are you ready to leave?” How would you answer this question?
August 23, 2017   Jeff Klick

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Recognizing changing seasons of leadership
Could the seasons have changed in your leadership career without you noticing?
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When a leader leads as an anxious leader, he stifles his leadership effectiveness. So, what ...
And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ.
Philippians 1:9-10 (ESV)
Bud Brown

An experienced ministry leader, writer and educator, Bud Brown is co-founder of Turnaround Pastors and ...

Greg Atkinson

Greg Atkinson is the Founder of Worship Impressions and Executive Director of ExPastors.com. Greg ...