Here are the best two ways I know to help people in your congregation become more generous.
It seems that regardless of what happens this person on your team always find the negative and continue to feed into fear and doubt.
Here are some suggestions which many churches have found to be conducive to good, God-honoring decision-making.
The world is crying out for good leadership. From politics to commerce, from media to the church, the lack of effective leadership has left a large gap to be filled.
It seems Millennials are being blasted by the media for being selfish and lazy. How will we respond?
I’ve become convinced that leaders have a fallback behavior on which they rely when they are uncertain, conflicted and/or under pressure.
What is that thing you believe will finally give you satisfaction and contentment?
If you’re a church leader wanting to maximize the kingdom-impact of your church in today’s rapidly changing culture, Sticky Leaders is a must-read.
I’ve seen too many people in vocational ministry fail to launch.
While many churches do not understand how to change this religious decline, other churches do not even see this generational neglect as a problem.
Once you define the culture, you need to do something that will attract them. The job description will give you a tool to do just that.
I’m not talking about a person in your church, but the book, Robert’s Rules of Order.
Maryam’s release follows a series of harsh prison sentences imposed on Iranian Christians.
If Baby-Boomer leaders hold the baton of leadership too tightly or too long, the whole team will fall behind.
Is this a new trend? How have things changed?
I can spend an entire day being completely unproductive while working with productivity tools. Do you see the problem? Can you relate?
As the culture continues to turn away from biblical morality, having certain policies about marriage ceremonies are often considered extreme, legalistic, judgmental, and worse.
Thinking is one of those things we take for granted. Everyone does it, right? That’s true, but not everyone does it well.
It is important to consider how we think about this call.
Here are four possible reasons your leadership didn't stick around.
A new human life phase is beneficial to both Millennials and the rest of us.