Guiding cause-driven Millennials toward Christ-driven leadership

There are two things we can do to lead our cause-driven young adults to Christ-driven leadership for the cause of Christ.
  Bethany Macklin

Leading open and closed people

When it comes to leading difficult people, who do you continue to invest in and who do you stop spending time and energy on?
  Dave Blundell

4 solutions to vision, mission and strategy challenges

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?
  Ryan Sanders

10 ways this effective leader understood and encountered culture

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.
  Ralph Mayhew

A missional people

Consider this mode of mission to help clarify, challenge and encourage church leaders toward missional effectiveness and multiplication.
  Ed Stetzer

3 ways to cultivate a toxic leadership culture

In a secular society passionate about including others, we cannot afford an atmosphere of exclusivism if we want our ministry message to be heard.
  Bethany Macklin

4 mistakes to consider from biblical leaders in the Old Testament

In every situation, we have the opportunity to focus on God and live by faith.
  James Bruyn

3 ways to elevate mission over method

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.
  Ben Marshall

Wise leaders develop a vision for rest

Are you in the habit of tackling life at a frenetic pace? You may want to rethink that.
  Ken Walker

They said I was a narrow-minded leader

As a biblical leader in business, and in life, wisdom requires you to be a fool.
  Robert Netzly

Are you ready for change?

What do our methods look like and what are we reproducing? Is there diversity? Variety? Unity?
 

3 things to consider about spiritual giants

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.
  Richard Blackaby

How to say “no” and create margin

Saying “no” is hard work. Leaders and business owners are often wired with a “yes” gene.
  Ken Gosnell

How to lead like Moses (when you don't have 40 years)

Here are six ways to temper your vision for your church with realism.
  Margaret Marcuson

The homogenous church is declining and dying

When you are in your worship services next Sunday, look at the people around you. Do they all look like you?
  Thom Rainer

9 habits to develop an outreach culture

I am convinced that the Church is all about quick fixes in outreach ministry.
  Kris Eldridge

Are you growing your leaders?

If you don’t have a clear vision that drives you, chances are you are in a maintenance mode rather than multiplication mode.
  Jonathan Hayashi

The freedom in "No"

How many times have you given in to guilt? How often have you wanted to say no but ended up saying yes?
  Jeff Klick

Case study: Building a culture of servant leadership

Profitability, operations performance, quality output, schedule fidelity and employee morale were all well below what a high-performing organization would be delivering. Our problems were not uncommon, yet our stakes were higher than most.
  Mark Deterding

Are you looking at leadership through rose-colored glasses?

Check your perspective and learn from this leadership fable, Through Colored Glasses, by Tom Harper, to become a more effective leader.
  Charles Stone

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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 ...