Denying your brokenness can help you succeed…for a season. But if you want to thrive and become all that God has purposed for you to become, you’ll have to be broken.
We leaders often enjoy the affirmation and adulation of others as we express our ideas, provide direction and set future courses. But falling for it is a danger to your ministry.
How to create a positive, biblical culture in your church and then how to protect it.
In a behind-the-scenes video for PAUL, APOSTLE OF CHRIST, Jim Caviezel offered a simple yet deep truth. “In order for us to be great in the eyes...
If churches desire to reach families, they must be prepared to reach children.
One of the most challenging tasks of leadership involves sorting through seemingly endless opinions you hear almost every day about pretty much everything.
As America mourns more loss of innocent, young life in a senseless school shooting, church leaders around the country are thinking about what to...
What do you do when people are trying to be kind (or wimping out), and what you hear from them is not honest?
A newspaper's decision to reveal government secrets contains lessons for leaders.
In a Russell Moore exclusive interview for ChurchLeaders, the president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission advises church leaders not to give in to the temptation of easily explaining away evil or where God was as a gunman killed innocent teenagers in Parkland, Florida.
Some of you are wondering whether to quit your jobs. Some of you are wondering whether to quit ministries you have within your local church. You’re discouraged and you’re ready to give up. Should you?
Christians tend to rally around one another when there is an outside attack or threat, but it seems we do not fare so well when the battle is amongst us.
Sometimes a church's failure to grow has everything to do with the way it's organized.
Something spiritual happens when we get up close, share meals with our people, weep with them, remind them gently of the gospel, listen to their stores, hold their hands when they’re hurting or dying.
One question on the minds of all pastors is "why did they leave?'
You’d be amazed at the pressure on the preacher to sound like a professional speaker, and the perfectionism we put on ourselves when we don’t.
High morale to a church staff team is like momentum is to the overall church.
I walked through my first Lent in 2004. I had been raised and later ministered in a church that didn’t observe Lent. This was...
When was the last time you had an unanswered prayer? Did you wonder, “was my prayer not answered positively because of I lack faith?”
By asking yourself three simple questions, you can not only get an accurate gauge of how you’re doing but an instant sense where you might need to improve.