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Here are eight questions a leadership team can ask to discover their target group.
Here are four of Jesus' promises that are sure to impact your leadership.
In my experience of helping churches with strategic-planning tasks, the most controversial part of the process is choosing a target or focus group.
There are two things we can do to lead our cause-driven young adults to Christ-driven leadership for the cause of Christ.
When it comes to leading difficult people, who do you continue to invest in and who do you stop spending time and energy on?
What is vision to you? How does it differ from mission and strategy? Does it really matter how you define those terms, as long as you have an overall goal?
Excellent biblical leadership enables people to taste, smell and touch the culture of God’s kingdom. Here are 10 things Jesus understood and practiced about culture, which will help us do the same.
Consider this mode of mission to help clarify, challenge and encourage church leaders toward missional effectiveness and multiplication.
In a secular society passionate about including others, we cannot afford an atmosphere of exclusivism if we want our ministry message to be heard.
In every situation, we have the opportunity to focus on God and live by faith.
The mission must be greater than the method or we are in trouble. This isn't just a church problem, but a business problem as well.
Are you in the habit of tackling life at a frenetic pace? You may want to rethink that.
As a biblical leader in business, and in life, wisdom requires you to be a fool.
What do our methods look like and what are we reproducing? Is there diversity? Variety? Unity?
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We may not be the next Billy Graham, but we ought to be an authentic version of the person God has always intended for us to be.