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Report: Clergy Burnout Growing

New research calls attention to growing rate of ministry burnout among church leaders.

Graham Reserved, Positive on Obama's Faith

Franklin Graham speaks out about the status of President Obama's faith.

Leadership And Emotional Intelligence

High IQ doesn't guarantee good leadership.

5 Attributes of a Church in Decline

"If we’re unwilling to address these critical elements, then we’re not going to shift the declining trends," says Tony Morgan.

Minister Plans Twitter Communion

Rev. Tim Ross embraces technology to launch Twitter Communion Service.

No More Pretending

John Buke, pastor of Gateway Community Church, says that authenticity is hard work—especially for leaders.

LifeWay: Pastors' Salaries Steady with Inflation

A new study by LifeWay Research finds that compensation for pastors is slightly above the inflation rate.

Should Your Church Increase Its Budget?

Financial advisors offer opinions on budget increases for churches in 2011.

Study Shows Retirement Crisis for Pastors

A recent news article says many pastors find themselves in financial trouble as they approach retirement.

Engage the Bible with Action

Steven Furtick believes Bible study is about more than going deeper, it's about getting active.

10 Reasons Why Small Churches Stay Small: Part 2

Want your church to reach people, expand and grow? Avoid these pitfalls.

Top 10 Reasons to Start an Online Church

“Church online? That sounds crazy!” As soon as the average churchgoer hears about LifeChurch.tv’s Internet Campus, currently the only one in the U.S., the...

Confessions of a Megachurch Pastor

A conversation with several well-known megachurch pastors to help us get to know them.

Pastors’ Strategies for Mobilizing Men to Pray

If men are going to effectively fight on their knees, they will need pastors who take spiritual warfare and strategic prayer personally and seriously.

The Case for the Hour-Long Church Service

For some Christian leaders, an hour-long service can be viewed as too short, if not restrictive. For the people we are trying to reach, however, an hour may seem long, if not excessive.

The Expectation to Do Member Visitation

Aubrey Malphurs challenges the assumption that the pastor must do visitations and pastoral care as a primary responsibility.

Greg Locke Says Autistic Children Are Demonized: ‘Ain’t No Such Diagnosis...

"'Are you telling me my kid is possessed,'" Locke asked rhetorically. "No! I'm telling you your kid could be demonized and attacked, but your doctor calls it autism."

Jackie Hill Perry: Why We Have the Wrong Idea About God’s...

Jackie Hill Perry joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share why the holiness of God is far more beautiful than we often think it is.

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