The crisis of influence

What influence has God given you? Are you ready to step out in leadership when a crisis comes?
December 20, 2017   Robert Netzly

My relationship with leadership

I have a love/hate relationship with leadership.
December 18, 2017   Ed Stetzer

Are we multiplying what works or what is biblical?

Derwin Gray challenges us to think outside the circles of people with which we've surrounded ourselves.
December 17, 2017  

7 common reasons pastors get cold feet

Many people have this naïve view that a pastor just has to preach and love people.
December 14, 2017   Thom Rainer

4 ways to share Jesus with your neighbors at Christmas

As you pray and think about how to show God’s love in practical ways this Christmas, you’ll find that God often gives you creative ways to communicate with people about how they can follow Jesus.
December 13, 2017   Kris Eldridge

4 insights that will change your team mindset

One of the greatest measures of leadership is how you treat your team.
December 02, 2017   Gerry Lewis

4 ways great churches keep it simple

Great churches can’t make everything simple. However, some important matters can be simplified, and the results are worth all the trouble it takes to get there.
November 30, 2017   Brian Thorstad

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

3 ways great churches focus on action

It sounds simplistic, but I believe it’s true. Mediocre churches focus on words; great churches focus on actions.
November 23, 2017   Brian Thorstad

This is for everyone

How do we live a life where this statement is true? How do you pursue unity?
November 17, 2017  

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

How to change for the better

When implementing change, it can easily turn into a reenactment of the wilderness journey to the promised land. However, change doesn't always have to look this way.
November 13, 2017   Scott Couchenour

Changing an overcommitted church to a balanced one

What would it look like to take your church into a new season?
November 10, 2017   Thom Rainer

The oft-repeated cycle of church history

How would you define the primary purpose of the church?
November 09, 2017   Bob Russell

3 reasons God calls us to more

Our ability to navigate God’s call to more rises and falls on our understanding, belief and obedience to His greater purposes.
November 08, 2017   Rob Streetman

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

The overcommitted church

Many churches have become too busy for their own good.
October 29, 2017   Thom Rainer

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

7 tips for introducing new ideas

Most attempts to introduce a new idea will not start the church on a new life-cycle, but rather split it into two smaller groups of which neither will survive.
October 16, 2017   Bob Whitesel

Book review: The Power of Proximity

Awareness isn’t enough—become proximate.
October 09, 2017   Ronald Keener

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Do you have the proper vision?
Pastors often lack vision for making disciples and disciple-makers—and then, of course, they fail ...
No need to fear the culture trap
If the point of visionary leadership is to take our team toward the new and ...
Oh give thanks to the Lord; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples!
1 Chronicles 16:8 (ESV)
Scott Couchenour

Scott is Founder/CEO of Serving Strong Enterprises, an affordable coaching platform that helps church ...

Brandon Cox

Brandon Cox has been a pastor for twenty years in churches of every size and context. After ...