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Killing The Competition Between Ministries

Killing the Competition Between Ministries

Your church should have a clear purpose, a specific mission and a defined strategy.
8 Reasons Why Most Churches Don't Break the 200 Attendance Mark

8 Reasons Why Most Churches Don’t Break the 200 Attendance Mark

All churches want to reach more people, but why do some end up staying small?
The 1 Tactic Your Church Needs to Do to Boost Year-End Giving

The 1 Tactic Your Church Needs to Do to Boost Year-End Giving

30 percent of all charitable giving will be done during the month of December.
What to Do When You're Tired (and the Battle Rages)

What to Do When You’re Tired (and the Battle Rages)

At times, I’ve grown weary in well-doing. It’s not as easy to swing the sword as it once was. Frankly, I’m a mess. A bloody mess.
The 1 Tactic Your Church Needs to Do to Boost Year End Giving

The 1 Tactic Your Church Needs to Do to Boost Year End Giving

Effective year end giving campaigns needs to be thoughtfully planned out and elegantly executed.
4 Ways to Grow Your Church This Christmas

4 Ways to Grow Your Church This Christmas

Our team has come up with a strategy and content to maximize this season.
Pastors, Trust In The Providence of God

Pastors, Trust in the Providence of God

Pastors teach about God’s providence to His people regularly. With a deep believe and conviction, we counsel people about God’s guidance and protection through life.
20 Apps and Gadgets That Make my Ministry Easier

20 Apps and Gadgets That Make My Ministry Easier

Here is a list of the technology that is currently making my ministry so much easier and enjoyable.
Are You a Church Planter or a Pirate?

Are You a Church Planter or a Pirate?

I assume the best of motives for pastors and lay-people who desire to plant a new campus or church without hurting other local churches.
The Top 7 Reasons Guests Return to Your Church

The Top 7 Reasons Guests Return to Your Church

The most common reason people leave your church is they don’t feel connected.
13 Questions to Ask This Thanksgiving

13 Questions to Ask This Thanksgiving

We can easily find a multitude of reasons to be thankful. God's common grace has provided us with an abundance of physical blessings.
I Have a Dream

I Have a Dream

I dream of a mighty spiritual movement in this nation. Something that history would record—not just in human writing, but in heavenly records...
The Futility of Control and Your Reason To Rest

The Futility of Control and Your Reason to Rest

Are you propelled by the security of your Father's sovereign care?
7 Seconds: Make the Most of It – 1…2…3…4…5…6…7

7 Seconds: Make the Most of It – 1…2…3…4…5…6…7

7 seconds…that is how much time you have to make a first impression. Have you ever thought that your guests are looking at their experience in much the same way they might evaluate a “buying” decision?
The Best Kind of Busy

The Best Kind of Busy

The opposite of busy in today’s world is sustained, focused attention. It is deep engagement in activities that really matter to us, or in conversations with those we care about.”
Victim Shaming

How to Prevent Victim Shaming in Your Church

Churches have to face the reality that sexual abuse, and victim shaming, can happen anywhere—including in the church.
Pastors and Church Leaders, Do You Remember When...?

Pastors and Church Leaders, Do You Remember When…?

The church covenant—ignored though it was—was plastered on the wall of the church?
Don't Let Your Love Grow Cold

Don’t Let Your Love Grow Cold

As I sought God on the matter, He began to reveal the bitterness that had taken root in me. Then He invited me into the long and arduous process of learning forgiveness.
Dear Pastor's Wife, You Are Not Disadvantaged

Dear Pastor’s Wife, You Are Not Disadvantaged

Instead of allowing your struggles to isolate you from the body of Christ, feeling yourself to be in a unique category, you can use them to find connection with dozens of others who seek grace in the same situations.
The Top Preaching Books to Read Before the End of the Year

The Top Preaching Books to Read Before the End of the Year

There remains no other better way to learn from someone else than to dive deep into their thoughts, processes, insights and wisdom inside a book.
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