Does church leadership look different after 500 years?

We just celebrated the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. But what has been achieved?
  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.
  Brian Thorstad

This is for everyone

How do we live a life where this statement is true? How do you pursue unity?
 

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.
  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.
  Scott Couchenour

Changing an overcommitted church to a balanced one

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

The oft-repeated cycle of church history

How would you define the primary purpose of the church?
  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.
  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.
  Jim Farrer

The overcommitted church

Many churches have become too busy for their own good.
  Thom Rainer

Bridging the gap between Millennials and the church

How do we respond when church isn't a priority for the Millennial generation?
  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.
  Bob Whitesel

Book review: The Power of Proximity

Awareness isn’t enough—become proximate.
  Ronald Keener

How to create an inviting small group

Consider these 10 tips on how to improve your groups.
  Brian Thorstad

How to conduct a strong interview

You created the perfect job description, and now it's time to begin the interview process.
  Fred Noble

Check your motivation

Motivation is a big deal in the kingdom of God.
  Rob Streetman

How to focus and simplify your workload

If you're anything like me, you get more requests to do things than you can possibly honor.
  Gerry Lewis

The need for BiblicalLeadership.com

This site answers one of the greatest organizational needs in the church and the marketplace.
  Tom Harper

How to create a thriving team

Yes, with coaching, your team can likely accomplish significant goals you never imagined possible.
  Ronald Keener

Why churches need blue-ocean strategies

Being strategic has to do with your audience. What is your strategy and who does it involve?
  Bob Whitesel

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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 ...