Pastor How To's
We are loaded down with so many shoulds we find ourselves paralyzed by the inability to apply what we know.Full Story
Great leaders recognize the privilege of the trust placed upon them and work hard to protect it.
There are riches waiting in Ash Wednesday, especially for many of us who are unaccustomed to a formal church calendar.
We cannot outsource the work of the combined church to one individual, no matter how talented they may be.
Imagine all of your dreams for your mission and ministry being fulfilled. What would you do then?
“Leadership is disappointing your own people at a rate they can absorb.”
“The person who neglects ethical integrity is telling a lie about God with his life and his attitude.”
Pastors need community, too, just as we would encourage our church to live life together with others.
Rather than look for ways to push people away, Jesus looked for opportunities to invite people in.
Social scientist Malcolm Gladwell shares surprising data every leader needs to know about decision-making.
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