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Bored With the Gospel?

When I sit back and read the deluge of thoughts and opinions online about what the church ought to be doing, I sense a noticeable lack of focus on the gospel.

Are You a People-Pleasing Pastor With Your Board?

People pleasing can be a real problem for pastors, and it can keep them and their churches from reaching their highest potential.

How To Avoid Making an Idol of Your Marriage and Spouse

What helped my wife and I most avoid idolatry in marriage was that over the years, we came to say—and to really believe—that we were each other's second best friend.

False Teachers and the People Who Follow Them

Some false teachers aren’t just misinformed. Some are narcissistic and proud. Some are evil. Not everyone who has something to say about God is motivated by good. Their character is off. Their devotion to God is fake. Some have the appearance of godliness, but deny its power.

50 Best Memorial Day Quotes: Famous Sayings to Remember Our Heroes

To honor the brave men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military, we've gathered a list of Memorial Day quotes for you to use in recognition of their sacrifice.

What You Need to Get Hired for Speaking Opportunities

If you’re serious about being a speaker at any level, here’s my recommended list of what you need to make available to anyone who can book you for speaking opportunities.

Don’t Let Your Spiritual Senses Atrophy

Use it or lose it, Christian. Don't let your spiritual senses atrophy. As a child of light, don't spend your life dwelling in the darkness.

How To Create Effective On-Ramps for Church Engagement

Every pastor recognizes the necessity of local church participation and engagement.

13 Signs Your Organization Has a Healthy Learning Culture

Smart leaders are passionate about personal growth, and part of growth is constant learning. Combining these two fundamental leadership concepts results in the creation of a learning culture.

10 Church Growth Myths That Ruin Pastors

there are a number of subtle beliefs that still creep up that aren't healthy. In fact, they're downright superstitious and, at times, dangerous to the church. They are church growth myths.

4 Reasons Why Money Lures Us Away From the Faith

Why does money have the potential to make us wander from the faith? Here are four reasons for you to consider.

4 Insights I Learned About Leadership From a Bunch of Creatives

It takes great self-leadership to say yes to the solitude writing requires. Good leaders can’t lead churches or businesses or ministries without leading themselves. A productive creative understands self-leadership.

Share Your Sermons and Teaching on Amazon Alexa

StreamingChurchTV has a new concept that gives pastors and teachers a new platform for giving millions of people access to their sermons and teaching through Amazon Alexa devices.

7 Good Questions To Shepherd Leaders in Their Spiritual Life

It’s true that leadership is influence and we all have influence, but it must be activated by exercising our calling and using our gifting for the purpose of advancing God’s Kingdom.

The Broken-Hearted Pastor

I thought I could pastor without it. No more. If you’re a pastor, you’re going to have to learn to pastor sometimes as a broken-hearted pastor.

Thom Rainer: 5 Things That Masked The Death of a Church

I think it’s worth noting why some members were really surprised when their church closed its doors. Find out more about the death of a church.

Tool Belts and Seminaries

Seminaries across the nation are in decline, and many have shuttered their doors.

The Absence of Trust: 4 Keys To Rebuild When It’s Broken

Trust is foundational to all communal endeavors—whether they revolve around accomplishing an organizational objective, or making a marriage work. In the absence of trust, your team cannot succeed.

What To Do When You Hit a Wall

Rest is THE answer to our exhaustion. Rest is what God has provided as the best medicine for weariness when we hit a wall.

It’s Time We Bring the Orphans Home

In America, many Christians are eager to send money and even visit orphanages in faraway countries to help orphans—it feels like the best way to help. But what if the reality of these children’s situation is more complex? 

Mark Yarhouse: How Pastors Can Address Gender Identity With Compassion, Civility,...

Dr. Mark Yarhouse joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to talk about how pastors can engage people in the area of gender identity with wisdom and compassion while holding to their convictions.

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