More pastors and church staff are losing their jobs because of what they post.
Tomorrow’s leaders have a healthy reaction to what modern leadership has become.
Looking for a good time to take a break? Here are reasons you should make rest a priority—today.
Fred Sanders' book, “The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything,” is theology at its best, and stretched my thinking about the Holy Spirit.
Consider including and adapting these thought-provoking questions and answers when honoring graduates.
Do you feel God has you in transition? Maybe He has something else for your life?
Repeat a cliché often enough, and it will soon be taken as God’s truth—and that is as sure of Christian clichés as any other.
Let’s face it; we’re good at speaking but not always good at listening.
Are you an approachable leader?
We are created in the image of God. And God works! The Lord designed us also to be productive.
It is unfortunate, but normal, that we look for scripture to validate our previously held convictions.
Leadership transitions are a big deal for a church.
The Deep Things of God (Fred Sanders) showed me that while I’ll never fully grasp the mystery of one God in three persons, the triune nature of our God is something to be welcomed, celebrated and shared with all the passion with which we share the gospel.
Think about how you evaluate the quality of your spiritual walk. How much do experience and emotion play into your evaluation?
The current Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” has brought suicide into the spotlight. Now, more than ever, our churches must be a place to provide hope for those touched by suicide.
Leadership is an interdependent mixture of intuition, experience, and inspiration. When it comes to modern leadership, here are some obstacles that get in the way.
What is your ministry team running after? What’s your primary objective?
It may be there is a sermon, article, or even a book about your experience that is worth sharing with others.
Whether it’s been someone down the street, or on the other side of the planet, I put that person in crisis through my little self-righteous test.
It is a question that many pastors and leaders quietly ask.
When it comes to excelling in ministry and life, keep these in mind.