"Leadership is a privilege and a responsibility. Especially in the church, you’re leading people who are placing their trust and respect in you."
We must take great care, then, not to assume that even in our religious environments, where we put the Scriptures under so many noses, that it is Jesus the exalted Christ who is being worshiped.
Christians are called to do things differently than rest of the world. This applies to work ethic, as well.
What I wish I had known when my husband took the role of pastor.
I am convinced the battle for truth before the throne of God is mirrored on the earth.
This isn't any one group's fault, but rather a combined failing.
Now more than ever, it's imperative parents teach their children a biblical view of manhood and womanhood.
People literally go unreached because church leaders feel they need to do everything themselves.
Church growth isn’t about attendance or giving…it’s about the gospel.
Todd Wagner, pastor of Watermark Church, offers the following video explanation of why he doesn’t use altar calls.
Our faith works like this too. In order to go into the future, we must reach into the past. We must go back to the future.
How many of these can you currently see on your team?
Many churches have become too busy for their own good.
"The size of a church never limits the scope of God’s power."
Purpose is just as important as talent.
It is always disappointing when a leader fails. This is because many times it was avoidable.
Many pastors are hurting. Thom Rainer identifies several keys behind the struggle.
One of the facts of leading a growing ministry is that you are going to have to get really good at hiring a great team.
Instead of being defined by their struggles, these leaders are now known for their commitment to Jesus Christ and the advancement of the gospel.
Many are looking for the perfect church. The trouble is, a perfect church doesn’t exist. And as one old preacher used to say, “If you ever find one, don’t join it or you’ll ruin it!”