Pursuing a healthy paradigm

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

I want a super-sized ministry

Success in the kingdom of God looks different from our American culture.
April 01, 2016  

4 important characteristics of leaders

Like it or not, leaders have influence. So what should we expect from them?
March 31, 2016   Tony Llewellyn

What drives your motivation?

Pastoral ministry is a boiling cauldron of relentless deadlines, impossible demands, unreasonable expectations, and inadequate resources.
March 25, 2016   Bud Brown

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

3 kinds of church staff members ...and how to best utilize each

Do you divide people into these three different categories?
March 21, 2016   Mark Lenz

The bigger is better syndrome

If you lead a small church, you probably want your church to grow. But consider this: Exactly why do you want that?
March 17, 2016   Tony Llewellyn

Pastors, don’t say these 7 things about money to your church

When pastors talk about money, they have a list of things they commonly say.
March 16, 2016   Margaret Marcuson

The Great Commandment as a motive for evangelism

I personally believe that the greatest implication of the gospel on one’s life should be a focus on the Great Commandment.
March 15, 2016   Kris Eldridge

3 observations of church revitalization

It is obvious that American Christianity is hemorrhaging. Revitalization is essential.
March 15, 2016   Matthew Fretwell

7 more ways to raise a pastor’s performance potential

A turnaround situation demands extra energy to meet current needs and to also cultivate new members and assimilate them.
March 15, 2016   Jim Farrer

The incarnational leader

Jesus is the one who mediates God’s presence to God’s people. This is important in how each of us leads.
March 11, 2016   Steve Lawson

Raising the pastor’s performance potential

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

3 unmet needs that could guide your ministry

Here is the way needs of spiritual seekers are best understood.
February 29, 2016   Bob Whitesel

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

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

7 leadership tips I wished someone told me

Here's what I've learned as an entrepreneur—sometimes the hard way.
February 19, 2016   Matthew Fretwell

Are you saying these 7 important things about money to your church?

Even though I was uncomfortable, I learned this was an important task of pastoral leadership.
February 18, 2016   Margaret Marcuson

10 conversation starters to promote unity

It became clear that if the church is to minister effectively to an increasingly diversified, polarized nation, it will require authentic and deliberate conversations.
February 16, 2016   Parnell Lovelace, Jr.

Discover how core competencies will empower your mission and vision

Why do so many lay leaders roll their eyes when a new pastor wants to re-edit the mission and vision statement?
February 15, 2016   Bob Whitesel

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

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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 ...