Building on a strong foundation

It can be said that foundations are doubly important for workplace leaders.
April 26, 2016   Rob Streetman

5 excuses for church gossip

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

Help your pastor succeed by doing what you enjoy

What guidance do you have for a younger pastor?
April 21, 2016   Bud Brown

3 categories of beliefs, and why separating them is important

Changing a belief or a belief system is a big deal because our minds are wired to think that our beliefs are the correct ones.
April 14, 2016   Mark Lenz

3 components of Bible engagement

Although this term "Bible engagement" has become more popular, we still lack a commonly understood definition of what it means.
April 12, 2016   Dr. Pamela Ovwigho

3 great helps for proclaiming the gospel in a hostile culture

Needless to say, believers are commanded to proclaim the gospel.
April 12, 2016   Matthew Fretwell

Stop talking about small group multiplication

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

Pursuing a healthy paradigm

Workplace leaders operate out of their paradigms.
April 05, 2016   Rob Streetman

Why do you preach? 4 relational perspectives

If you’ve attended worship at any variety of denominational congregations, it’s readily apparent that the sermon is a major facet of the gathering.
March 22, 2016   Allen Hamlin

The measure up mentality in today's church

Consider these thoughts on the 'measure up mentality' in ministry.
March 21, 2016   Charles Stone

Freedom from religion

Religion…I am referring to any system of belief that compels people to please a deity with rules, rituals, systems, and moral behavior.
March 17, 2016   Dave Blundell

154 key ways to tell if you are too busy

Being busy is a self-imposed condition. Very often we choose to be busy rather than something else.
March 17, 2016   Paul Greasley

4 ways to be stupid with your smartphone

I finally bought a smart phone. Now I have to learn how to use it. More importantly, I have to learn how not to use it.
March 08, 2016   Brian Thorstad

Raising the pastor’s performance potential

Many pastors work long hours and face the juggling of many tasks.
March 01, 2016   Jim Farrer

Personal evangelism: from “how to” to “want to”

My school-age son knows what evangelism is all about.
February 22, 2016   Kris Eldridge

6 key areas in which to develop margin

Ever wonder why some days you seem to handle things better than other days?
February 20, 2016   Mark Lenz

3 healthy boundaries every leader needs with critics

We need feedback, and how we respond determines how well the feedback helps us.
February 15, 2016   Charles Stone

3 essential ingredients for life

Our lives should be a healthy mixture of doctrine, experience, and practice.
February 12, 2016   Jeff Klick

Writing and the art of rest

It took me a long time to learn to avoid setting impossible schedules for myself.
February 10, 2016   Ken Walker

2 critical components of caring for your missionaries

Every idea I jotted down fit into one of two categories (and sometimes both).
January 15, 2016   Allen Hamlin

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Recognizing changing seasons of leadership
Could the seasons have changed in your leadership career without you noticing?
8 signs you may be an anxious leader
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 ...